I started to notice.

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  1. It’s kind of weird. (well, for me)
    Walking the extremely long way back to the train stadium from school. I say a woman pushing a pram; I looked down and noticed a LV bag (attached to it).
    The first thing rushing to my mind was; what kind of LV bag was it and was it authentic. It’s not the first time I look at bags in public, I kind of like doing it. Like spying on people while I wait for the train, it always gives me inspiration to paint something. You can say I study them.

    What I have found out is:
    Danish people tend to buy the same bags. This is what they choose from.
    LV, Puma, Friis & Co. and HM bags.

    It’s a shame that Danish (people in the area where I live) people don’t care that much. LV bags are all over the place as goes for Friis and Co.
    Of course it’s different if I travel to Copenhagen, it would probably be more labels, but not around these parts.

    I started to notice. Now I just need to spot a real designer bag when I see it. Just for the fun in it.

    The conclusion is: All the people in my area need to start buying new stuff, instead of sticking with the old.

  2. When I was in Copenhagen this week I saw at least 3 paddingtons walking around.. a couple of Balenciagas too if I don't remember it wrong. and yes, a LOT of LV's.