Since leaving TVB two years ago, married couple Jason Chan (陳智燊) and Sarah Song (宋熙年) have been managing their increasingly popular YouTube channel instead. Their vlogging chanel, “Sarah & Jason”, documents the couple’s day-to-day lives and covers various lifestyle topics such as food, travel, hobbies, and many others. Their channel has now reached over 127,000 subscribers. As the couple continues to add new content, their following is anticipated to rise.
Most recently, the couple uploaded a vlog about Sarah’s purse collection. Calling it “Sarah’s Collection”, the intended video series will introduce many of Sarah’s brand name purse collections. The first video focuses on her Chanel collection. During the video, it was revealed that only one of the purses featured in the video was purchased by Sarah herself – the rest were gifts from Jason.
Although worried that the topic of the video will garner negative reception from fans and viewers, Sarah emphasized that each purse has a sweet story and memory behind it. She stressed that she never requested Jason to buy her expensive purses. Instead, it is Jason’s attentiveness that led to the tradition of buying purses as gifts. Sarah reflected, “His weakness is that whenever he notices what I like, he would really want to buy it for me.”
Jason recalled a time when he was out of town for filming and spotted a purse that he thought would match with Sarah. Knowing her love for Chanel, he subconsciously would pay attention whenever he passed by stores that featured the brand. He expressed, “When we travel for work, it is inevitably that we would miss each other. So, I wanted to buy the purse and give it to her as a surprise.”
On her love for Chanel specifically, Sarah shared that Chanel’s purse models are classic and can withstand the test of time. In addition, its classic look also makes it an easy pairing with various outfits. She said, “Buying brand name purses do not mean one is superficial. If I had a daughter in the future, I would gift my purses, which would be considered vintage at that point, to her. I could also gift it to my daughter-in-law the future. I think this is a very meaningful thing.”
This article is written by Huynh for JayneStars.com.