C. Wonder Opens its Doors to Californians

C. Wonder opened a new store in Los Angeles’ famous shopping center Fashion Island.

The Newport Beach store is the first West Coast location for the brand. In total, there are four stores which have been opened in the past year (with stores in New Jersey, New York, and now, California). It is currently considered a national brand, and there are plans to expand the Empire to locations around the World.

Products sold by this lifestyle brand include: apparel, accessories and home decorations. Chris Burch, the CEO and Founder of C. Wonder has stated there has been an exponentially high demand for C. Wonder’s apparel. The highest in demand apparel products are available in fabrics including knits, denim and woven cloths. Moreover, prints are incorporated into many of the products (such as rugs). Furthermore, they offer interesting products such as green and white city bikes.

The personalization of products is a 21st century retail trend. At C. Wonder you have the ability to personalize products, for example some monogram cuffs or home accessories, and one can even embroider jeans!

The L.A. store’s layout is based on various rooms that emulate various geographical regions. Room styles include: an English countryside, a Morocco-theme, an American styled kitchen-styled area and a Mexican Estate-referenced space.

At the opening event for the Southern California location, customers enjoyed beverages, the “Wheel of Wonder” and dj’ed musical entertainment.

Image: Stylish roller-blades sold at the new C. Wonder location. (Photo credit: WWD/ Lexie Moreland)

Image: Trendy jewelry displayed at C. Wonder. (Photo credit: WWD/ Lexie Moreland)

Image: The colorful entrance to Fashion Island’s C. Wonder. (Photo credit: WWD/ Lexie Moreland)

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Well, Mattel you have done it again. You have made a new doll in the likeness of Jennifer Lopez and once again have made her figure unrecognizable to anything that resembles JLo’s curvy body

Well, Mattel  you have done it again. You have made a new doll in the likeness of Jennifer Lopez and once again have made the figure of the doll unrecognizable to anything that resembles JLo’s curvy body. Just as the original Barbie doll is overly exaggerated to be an unrealistic version of a woman, you have cut the curves from Jennifer like you were slicing corned beef in a deli; ultra thin and very unsatisfying to receive.

Jennifer has long embraced her curvalicious form to the great delight of millions of fans. She has built her wardrobe around her booty and her thighs to show she is proud of her womanly figure and not afraid to show it. But Mattel in their misogynistic-type judgement has decided Jennifer is not perfect enough to show in true form but needed a little sculpting.  Hence the doll that looks like Jenny From the Block’s super skinny counterpart.

Let’s compare the two, shall we? Here are the dolls, dressed in outfits Jennifer has worn in real life. On the whole the dolls are pretty but with the trademark look that Mattel has established as a “real” woman’s body; big boobs, small waist, skinny thighs.

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A side view showing her “JLo booty”:

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Here is Jennifer dressed in the outfits in real life:

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The doll is obviously not playing up her “ass”ets and is another disappointment to real women everywhere when the doll maker is once again promoting the idea that the “real woman” is going to be 36-18-33 in measurements. (Maybe in the 1800’s when women were wearing whalebone corsets and squeezing their innards into organ damaging shapes.) For once, I would like to see a doll that really shows the configuration of the person that they are trying to sell.

photos by: dailymail.uk.co; papusilemele.com

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