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Counterfeit goods have become a big online business. And, a new report by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) reveals the most coveted fake designer brands and goods.Fake goods, of course, are illegal and unethical but looking at the report
"I would rather buy local or yung mga mas affordable bags than buy class A Hermes, LV, or whatever," says one netizen.
Last week, Rica Peralejo-Bonifacio caught the attention of netizens for posing with a fake designer bag on Instagram. The former actress casually mentioned it in her caption along with other details of her outfit, writing, "Very tita vibes on a Friday. On me:
I just want to own a darned bag. Or a darned shirt.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 48 hours or so, you must have heard about the drama that unfolded between supporters of two popular local celebrities. At the center of it all is a very expensive Dolce &
Plus the unfortunate story of the blogger scammed into buying them.
Luck was definitely not on Sarah Tirona's side when she decided to buy herself a pair of Gucci Peyton Loafers. Local boutiques didn't have them in stock, and when she flew to Hong Kong for them, she couldn't find them in her
Unpacking the faux fascination, once and for all.
From big-ticket labels like Gucci, Prada, and Louis Vuitton, to other luxury brands like Longchamp, Kate Spade, and Michael Kors, there seems to be a fake for every designer bag and shoe in existence. The Philippines is a breeding ground for massive