Chick lit takes on fake fashion
Or how about those Web sites that allow you to purchace shoes that look just like the red-soled Christian Louboutins -- but for a fraction of the price.
There are those who are fans of fashion fakes, and then there are those who think it's a crime.
Earlier this year New York councilwoman Margaret Chin submitted a bill that would could have fake fashionista paying more than they bargained for. Chin is suggesting a $1000 fine or up to a year in jail for buying counterfeit goods.
In her latest chick lit page-turner J'adore Paris, Eastern Townships-based author Isabelle Lafleche tackles the tricky topic of fake fashion.
Isabelle Laflèche also just released Carnet d'une romancière à Paris, a girls guide book to the city of lights. To enter to win a copy, tell us what you love most about Paris, or what you would most like to see if you have never visited.
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