Kim Kardashian West’s Controversial Birkin

Kim Kardashian West’s Controversial Birkin

Kim Kardashian flaunts her toddler sized HERMÈS Birkin illustrated by George Condo

Kim Kardashian flaunts her toddler sized Birkin

Kim Kardashian flaunted her toddler-sized HERMÈS Birkin again during Paris Fashion Week. Kanye West gifted the Birkin his future wife 2013. It isn’t any $40,000 Birkin with some DIY applied nude but an art piece by contemporary artist George Condo. He painted a nude image of a woman surrounded by three other bodies with warped faces. (One had a slime green demonic visage with a gaping red mouth.) West had also tapped Condo to illustrate his 2010 album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.

Get inspired by this example, get an affordable, authentic replica Birkin in our store and get the Acrylics out. If you lack talent, find some at the local art fair.

 

Rich People Buy Fake Bags (You Should Do too)

Rich People Buy Fake Bags (You Should Do too)

As it turned out, those Birkins, Loubs, and Tiffany baubles she was so eager to show off on national television aren’t even real.

Texas beauty queen ‘The Real Housewife of Houston‘ Theresa Roemer, who showed off her closet full of luxury bags and high-end jewelry on Good Morning America, was robbed shortly after that. As it turned out, those Birkins, Loubs, and Tiffany baubles she was so eager to show off on national television aren’t even real. The thieves exposed the super fake designer bags and luxury items after the refusal of ransom.

Theresa Roemer’s closet in her 18.000-foot mansion was three thousand square feet and three stories high.

This bizarre tale happened already in 2014 but is amusing telling again. Theresa Roemer’s closet in her 18.000-foot mansion was three thousand square feet and three stories high, with the floors connected by a white spiral staircase. On the first floor, the walls were lined with bright white shelves to hold Theresa’s CHANEL sunglasses, her 150 handbags, including 60 HERMÈS Birkins, and her extensive collection of jewelry. On the second floor were more white shelves to hold her 300 pairs of shoes, including 75 pairs of Louboutins other shelves to hold her belts, made by HERMÈS, CHANEL, and GUCCI, and a rack draped with LOUIS VUITTON and CHANEL scarves. Hanging from one wall are dozens upon dozens of dresses and gowns. On the third floor is her collection of furs: lynx, mink, chinchilla, beaver, white fox, raccoon, and rabbit.

Theresa Roemer’s Closet

An impressed Harper’s Bazaar pronounced Theresa’s closet “the biggest” in all of America.

The media called the place: “Woodlands woman’s three-story closet is her half-million dollars ‘she cave,'” On its website, an impressed Harper’s Bazaar pronounced Theresa’s closet “the biggest” in all of America, and the Huffington Post described it as a “wonderland of shoes, clothes, and accessories.” Fashion and celebrity bloggers devoted seemingly endless Internet copy to Theresa’s creation. “Everything really is bigger in Texas!” gushed Hollywood’s Perez Hilton on his gossip site.

Rapper Gucci Mane filmed a music video for his song ‘Nonchalant.’

Her closet had gone viral, when a burglar broke into the Roemers’ home.

Suddenly Theresa had become the most-talked-about social climber in Texas, maybe the entire country. The chatter intensified in early August 2014, just one month after Theresa and her closet had gone viral, when a burglar broke into the Roemers’ home while they were at a country club, less than a mile away, having dinner. It just so happened that the Roemers had neglected to turn on their alarm system or lock the doors to Theresa’s closet that night.

Grainy home surveillance video shows the burglar in a light-colored hooded jumpsuit and baseball cap casually picking through the jewelry and stuffing various pieces into one of Theresa’s Birkins. In the surveillance video of the burglary, an intruder, wearing a jumpsuit and a hoodie, broke in through a bathroom window. The video shows he made four trips over 40 minutes, filling designer luggage with loot.

Two weeks later, the burglar declared that some of the stolen jewelry was fake.

Two weeks later, the burglar, using a burner phone and a voice modulator, called a reporter for the Houston Press, an alternative weekly newspaper, and declared that some of the stolen jewelry was fake.

Theresa claimed that close to $1 million worth of jewelry, watches, and handbags were stolen. But two weeks later, the burglar, using a burner phone and a voice modulator, called a reporter for the Houston Press, an alternative weekly newspaper, and declared that some of the stolen jewelry was fake. To prove his assertion, the burglar mailed the press a few pieces, which did indeed belong to Theresa.

“I contacted Theresa Roemer and explained to her that her items were fake,” the burglar told the paper. “I requested over half a million dollars to return her items and not expose her to the news. The deal never went through. I’m following through with my threat.”

The burglar felt like he was wronged when he went to go fence this stuff, he was allegedly told this was fake.

“It was odd,” a reporter said, of his conversations with the purported burglar. “It sounded like the burglar felt like he was wronged when he went to go fence this stuff, he was allegedly told this was fake. It felt like he was the victim here.”

According to the Houston Press, the burglar had requested more than $500,000 from Roemer to return the stolen items and not tell reporters that they were allegedly fake. Roemer says later, “he claims that whatever it is that’s in there is fake. Well, you know, if you walk into any one woman’s closet, there’s gonna be valuable things, and there’s gonna be costume things, and there’s gonna be vintage things”.

She says not everything in her closet was high-priced. You mix and match.

She says she never pretended that everything in her closet was high-priced, although she has proof of sale from Neiman Marcus and other retailers for most items. “It’s like any person’s closet. You mix and match.

The Legacy of Karl Lagerfeld

The Legacy of Karl Lagerfeld

An extraordinary creative individual, Karl Lagerfeld reinvented the brand’s codes created by Gabrielle Chanel: the CHANEL jacket and suit, the little black dress, the precious tweeds, the two-tone shoes, the quilted handbags, the pearls, and costume jewelry. Regarding Gabrielle Chanel, he said, “My job is not to do what she did, but what she would have done. The good thing about Chanel is it is an idea you can adapt to many things.” A prolific creative mind with endless imagination, Karl Lagerfeld explored many artistic horizons, including photography and short films. The House of CHANEL benefited from his talent for all the branding campaigns related to Fashion since 1987. Finally, one cannot refer to Karl Lagerfeld without mentioning his innate sense of repartee and self-mockery.