The Kardashians yet -- and you secretly can't help

The Kardashians yet -- and you secretly can't help but respect their business savvy -- snap up some of their new designs for the Kardashian Kollection at Sears. The line seems pretty affordable compared to most, priced at $22 to $99 regularly, but you can land a 30 percent discount during the store's 72-hour presale, going on now through August 10.While it's less expensive than most of the Kardashians' couture costs, the fashions do look like garments the girls would wear.



The collection includes a leopard-print jumpsuit that I could definitely see on Kourtney, a black-and-white one-shoulder dress in the style of Khloe, and fancy footwear that is very similar to the spiked heels Kim often wears.The trio is also selling notice-me jewelry, chain handbags, and lacy lingerie.Of course, the big question is whether or not fans will want to buy the glam Kardashian sisters' looks at a discount store where I'm almost certain the trio never shops.

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Fiona Apple was born on 13th September 1977 is a Grammy-winning American singer-songwriter. She gained popularity through her 1996 album Tidal, especially with the single "Criminal" and its music video. Her music is influenced by everything from early jazz, pop, to alt-rock. It is also characterized by Apple's candid personal lyrics and imaginative productions, often featuring idiosyncratic arrangements with instruments as varied as the french horn and optigan.



"Criminal," the third single, became Apple's breakthrough hit. The song reached the top forty on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, while the controversial Mark Romanek-directed music video ? in which a scantily-clad Apple cavorted in a '70s-era tract house ? became very popular on MTV. Apple later said: "I decided if I was going to be exploited, then I would do the exploiting myself"



It did not fare as well commercially as her debut, though it was an RIAA-certified platinum album and sold 1 million copies in the U.S. The album's lead single, "Fast as You Can", reached the top 20 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart and became Apple's first Top 40 hit in the UK. The videos for two follow-up singles, "Paper Bag" and "Limp" (directed by then-boyfriend Anderson), received very little play.



Apple recorded a cover of "Sally's Song" for the special edition release of the soundtrack, released in 2006, for the Tim Burton film The Nightmare Before Christmas. In May 2006 Apple paid tribute to Elvis Costello on VH1's concert series Decades Rock Live by performing Costello's hit "I Want You"; her version was subsequently released as a digital single.