With this look I've created above, it's telling a story about the woman who is all about fashion and love. Even though "Paris" is not a logo or a slogan, it's still written style.. When I think of Paris I think of fashion and love because it's the fashion capital and the city of love. I've never been to Paris so I don't really have a perspective beyond that but the look I've created fits this mindset.
This Madewell Paris tee paired with these Asos Whitby jeans speak of love. The jumbled letters in Paris remind me of how love can be confusing and the rip in the jeans are symbolic of a broken heart. These Erickson Beamon earrings are simply exquisite and remind me of elegant fashion in Paris. Red is the color of passion, which is a must when you are in love and Paris is known for luxury fashion like these Valentino pumps (although Valentino is headquartered in Milan).
I find it interesting how brands are using slogans and mimicking different brands. These also tell a story about the person who is wearing them, which is not necessarily positive. This Ballin' Paris snapback gives the perception that the person who wears it has a lot of money and they want the world to know it. They are likely the person that shops for the brand and not for quality.
The "parental advisory" logo tee by Alexander Wang speaks about a person who is a rebel or participates in behavior that most people are not fond of. A mother would hate for her child to look up to these people.
The "#Célfie" logo tee is mimicking the Céline brand. It's for the person who is often conceded and feels the need to always take a "selfie" and post it on instagram. It's one thing to be social with the world and something totally different to take a "selfie" every few minutes because you want attention. This is also saying something about the brand even though it's not their t-shirt. Is this the clientele they are catering to? I hope not.
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