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On this week's episode of Cop or Drop, we linked up with YouTube's Emma Chamberlain to get her thoughts and feelings about parting with hard-earned cash on various products from the Highsnobiety world.

First up are Maison Margiela x Reebok Tabi's in black — straight off the bat, it's a drop. Later on, she cops Sean Wotherspoon's adidas ZX 800s but drops a pair of Yeezys. An unexpected choice, perhaps, but one that makes sense when asked if she would consider herself a sneakerhead — the answer? A definitive "absolutely not."

As it turns out (and as anyone that watches her YouTube channel will be aware of), she's is way more about the fun, silly items. She's taking a $30 Nintendo Supre Mario Table Lamp, for example, and a $12 face mask shaped like a duck beak (non-medical, obviously). Find out what else she decides to cop in the video up top, along with a little anecdote about munching ants.

ICYMI, Chamberlain is also Highsnobiety's Frontpage cover star this week — for a deeper dive into her world, head here.

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