BGD565KT-7D BABY G HELLO KITTY
You might be as surprised as I was to learn that the brand that conjured up Hello Kitty in their cuteness lab doesn't consider the character a cat, despite her whiskers and general cat-like appearance, but rather, a girl. She also does not have a mouth. I'm not making this stuff up. Making her grand debut in 1974, Sanrio's quintessential character has since charmed her way beyond the tween market and into the hearts of the masses with her adorable demeanor and signature red bow, reveling in the steady commercial success the franchise garnered largely throughout the 1990s and beyond.
Launching on the scene in 1994, the Baby-G became G-Shock's answer to watches specifically marketed to women and girls. Chunky, colorful, tough, and unafraid to toy with the trends that dominated the teen market at the time (think translucent cases and Jelly shoes), the Baby-G attracted almost cult-like popularity, becoming a ubiquitous symbol of cool in school hallways everywhere.