Designer Vs High Street

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Sometimes when I’m out shopping I see something that reminds me of something else. Today I saw this dress at John Lewis and it reminded me of a dress by Rodnik. It’s similar but different enough. One looks designer and one looks , I think it’s interesting to look and understand the differences: not just the price point but the fabric, the cut and who the wearer is.

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2 comments on “Designer Vs High Street

  1. roxxii
    March 17, 2008 at 19:19

    isnt it strange when you see a dress in next or Mand S that looks exactly like one in vogue magazine??!!

  2. kaycee
    March 24, 2008 at 22:22

    the reason for this reminder is because high street shops see designer clothes tat they like and copy them. (not exactly because of the copyright law). honestly they get a dress like above and add things or take things away, and fabric always different.

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