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What is an Inspired Style?
What does "We Found it!" mean?
What does "Check this out!" mean?
How can I find something you don't list on your website?
Why don't you list all products from a movie?
How do you know the item found is the exact item featured in the movie, tv show etc? 
What is a Spotter?
What is a Spotter?: A person who has recognized, identified and sent us information (what, where, description) on a product, fashion, brand or item they have seen in a movie, tv show, video game, magazine and/or music video.

What is an Inspired Style?

Sometimes we can not find the exact item featured in the movie, tv show etc. This can happen when the item has been discontinued, we are still searching for it, it was an original made specifically for the movie or tv show or it simply may not be available online. In other cases our section editors have found something similar to the featured item which they feel our readers would be interested in. In both cases we use the "Inspired Style" listing to indicate that it is not the featured item but our inclusion on of it on the website was inspired by the featured item.

What does "We Found It!" mean?
We use this designation to indicate when we have located the exact item (make, model, brand, designer etc) featured in the movie, tv show etc.
What does "Check this out!" mean
We use this designation to indicate when we have located the brand, make, model of a item featured in the movie, tv show etc but are not completely sure it is the exact item. Sometimes we have not had confirmation that it is the actual item or there are either many variations of the item so we want to show them to you or we think you may like some of the variations available so we show those in addition to giving you information on the exact item
How can I find something you don't list on your website?
The easiest way is to go to our forums and post what you are looking for giving as much detail as possible. This way you get your other fellow forum members to also help identify the items. Of course you can also continue to look for it yourself and then post on the forum letting others knows “I Saw it in…and I found it”, which would then make you an official spotter.
Why don't you list all products from a movie?
We try to be as comprehensive as possible but of course there will always be items we don’t list. In most cases we try to add a listing of at least the brands we spotted to help our readers identify the exact item and become a spotter.
How do you know the item found is the exact item featured in the movie, tv show etc?
We don’t always know. In most cases we attempt to verify the product make, model etc with our contacts at the designer, brand, studio or manufacturer. In other cases we rely on our information sources from the industry, which usually are quite accurate. But there is never a 100% guarantee that the item found is exactly what was one the screen sometimes the color is slightly off from what was in the movie or tv show (this is called teching referring to the alteration, coloration, distressing etc that may be done by the studio as part of their creative process).
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