Fakes Are Never In Fashion

Fakes are never in fashion. It's a bold statement. One of which Harper's Bazaar is willing to make. With the launch of the magazine empire's new site, more focus is being drawn to the fraudulent ways of fashion.

With luxury good prices soaring at an alarming rate, more and more middle-class citizens cannot afford to buy their favorite brand's bag anymore. So where do they turn? Fake goods.

Is it a right? Or a wrong? Is it preference? Or a downright choice? These are all questions running through fashionista's minds at the moment.

With child laboring rates at an all-time high in China, where most of the fakes are made, can we really be that selfish to have these children work night and day to produce something superficial, that in our minds will make us feel more important or valuable? Think about it.

To anonymously report a fake visit www.fakesareneverinfashion.com to join the revolution.

Michael Kors Fall '07-'08 Accessories Line

Michael Kors is known for his conservative bags and soccer
mom-esque purses. But whoa. If you were one of the lucky TeenVoguers to be chosen to give your opinions on his upcoming fall accessories collection, you would be shocked.

All 13 girl's mouths dropped as they brought in bag after bag. His signature old-looking canvas totes had turned into metallic bags with chain handles and satin evening bags to die for. So what was Mr. Kors trying to do? His reps said his goal was to try to target younger audiences, and he is doing an exquisite job.

Three months from now, Michael Kors will have made a new name for himself in the world of risqué, chic fashion.