Here are some of the more strategic flashy items I saw in the first episode of the new season. sunset sale: An oversized Dior ‘Book Tod’ bag like a precious commodity on a stainless steel table, Chanel logo necklace with matching earrings with the channel logo, Verified Balmain collections, Versace shoes, Louis Vuitton and Remo furniture , Louis Vuitton furniture and Remova.
The first chapter sets the tone for an attack on the senses: the true opulence of opulence. Not to mention the multi-million dollar list of clothing and accessories that real estate agents wear.
Of course I’m obsessed. A disgusting watch quickly became a must. Last season, fifth in the series, though disappointed, I will pick up the special sunset sale that appeared on Netflix today.
* Fashion designer Kristen Quinn breaks the most beautiful look of a sales agent at sunset
* Sunset Sale was created for the HR dream of TV, which reflects real problems in the workplace
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* Harry says: Sunset Sale is the perfect TV show
Over the course of five seasons, the costumes worn by O Group agents have become increasingly gruesome. They sell Los Angeles dreams, so their appearance is an exaggerated version of the city’s best summary and how real estate agents dress: a unique blend of business and casual attire, professional and relevant.
They work hard and make money, and they use clothes, bags and shoes to deliver their financial success – and their power.
Vogue reported in 2020 that the logo-centered look caused behind-the-scenes problems. “Sometimes there was a production like we are not allowed to [to show them]“. And I said: Sorry actor choice. Kristen Quinn, the show’s self-proclaimed fashion queen, explained you have to deal with it. “I’m not going to wear a Target shirt because you’re worried about not getting permission.”
That was two years ago; The icons are bigger now. This is the opposite of that mysterious “Stealth Wealth” look that is currently being won with another exciting program, Anatomy of a Scandal.
There are signatures to their looks: These ladies love the color (pink is a favorite of Chrishel Stowes and Heather Ray El Moussa), a tight estate jacket, a cropped top and a skirt suit. Everything should be worn with sharp heels and a designer handbag.
But unlike the stars of Real Housewives, these agents are clearly more invested in following fashion in the sense of brands and designer trends, rather than the top-reality TV franchises involved in power struggles.
Reviews of the past season indicate that it has been executed very clearly, and the same can be said about fashion. Clearly, many women have used makeup to create their appearance. This is Reality TV: the costumes are carefully designed for the camera.
Quinn is working with stylist Kate Cusick on her appearance on the report, telling the women’s daily teams that they plan what will have the most impact on the scene. They work well. I think of the fact that the image of Queen in pink as an angel for a picnic on the beach, and to lure the British to a tea party. Quinn knows she’s playing a character and she needs a costume to do that.
Chelsea Lazcany, who will become the queen’s blonde ‘black Barbie’ this season, is the couple’s first encounter with Balmain, the meeting of thoughts and styles. It turns out that Laskani is still a fashion fanatic (look in her wardrobe) and has the money to burn down her hanging Van Cliff & Orbels ‘Freewall’ necklace for Versace’s long platform set.
The couple obviously think they are the most stylish, but it’s actually Amanza Smith. In Double Dim and Spice Girl, she was a former dancer and model, and helped the model who knows how to dress without getting dressed (think Davina here, she’s never been so comfortable).
Best look of the Amansa group in the last episode: a white tank, light blue jeans, a short black jacket and straight hair up to her waist. As it sells out at sunset, its leather castle should definitely have the Celine logo on it, and Prada’s mini muffin should be covered with Swarovski crystals.
Like the other power dynamics on the program, each character is the ultimate “boss” (in the words of Quinn’s self-help book), using the power of fashion to impress and seduce her clients.