She’s iconic when it comes to her sense of fashion.
And Christine Quinn, 31, looked striking once again when she was pictured on a shopping trip in Beverly Hills on Thursday.
The Selling Sunset star wore a $1,800 (£1355), blue lambskin leather coat by Saks Potts which had an oversized shearling collar and cuffs.
Icon: Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn looked striking in a $1,800 blue leather Saks Potts coat with shearling collar and cuffs as she left the Chanel store in Beverly Hills on Thursday
The coat is a celebrity favourite with Kendall Jenner and musician Cardi B owning the green version.
Singer Jessica Simpson has the pink and model Abbey Clancy has been seen the yellow colourway – the blue is already sold out and has been discontinued.
Christine, who wore her blonde locks in a slicked back ponytail, was laden with Chanel bags after visiting the store in strappy high heels.
Christmas has come early: Christine, who wore her blonde locks in a slicked back ponytail, was laden with Chanel bags after visiting the store in strappy high heels
She had no doubt picked up some Christmas presents and perhaps a little something for herself, too.
Selling Sunset premiered in March 2019 and became more popular than ever during the coronavirus lockdown.
Christine put the show’s recent success down to people seeking glamour and escapism during the difficult lockdown period.
All the colours: Kendall Jenner (left) has a version of the coat in green and Jessica Simpson (right), has it in pink
Here we go: British model Abbey Clancy has got the cult coat in yellow and wore it on a recent shoot
Acid green: Cardi B was also rocking a version of the coat in 2018
The show was created by Adam DiVello, creator of The Hills and Laguna Beach after he spotted the annual billboard Bret and Jason Oppenheim put up for the show’s brokerage in the middle of Sunset Boulevard.
While the brothers initially had reservations about documenting their business on a reality show, Christine said she was the first one to embrace it.
Christine recently admitted that she’s had plastic surgery and it takes ‘almost three hours’ for her to become the ‘full Christine’ for the cameras.
‘Do not take social media too seriously. [It’s] all just superficial. I don’t wake up looking like this!’ The Oppenheim Group realtor said in her
‘Obsessive [body dysmorphic] disorder is a real thing. It costs a lot of money on makeup and aesthetics to look gorgeous. [I’ve enhanced my] breasts and lips, and I live with Botox.’
The gang: Selling Sunset has aired three seasons so far and Christine hinted during an interview it has been renewed to at least season five, before adding: ‘Did I say that? ‘