Roger Vivier Tejus Faceted Clutch: Snob or Slob?

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viviertejus1.jpgRoger Vivier (inventor of the stiletto heel and of the pilgrim buckle fame) has a new clutch that doesn’t seem to quite capture the essence of the legendary designer. The tejus (tejus is a type of lizard with distinctive poka dotty spots) faceted clutch is interesting in itself and really does not require the multi hued colors (that resemble mold). A solid shade would have been much more chic plus it’d be less noticeable that only bits and pieces were used to make this 850 Euro/$1200 clutch. I do like the modernized pilgrim buckle and I guess one could argue the prism like patches look edgy and modern in a Star Trekkish way (have you seen? I’ve heard so much about it but am just not a Trekkie and don’t care!) but still– it’s a lot of money for pieces of scrap skin.

ROGER VIVIER – TEJUS FACETED CLUTCH is 27cmx17cm and available at Luisa via Roma.

What do you think? Snob or Slob?

6 thoughts on “Roger Vivier Tejus Faceted Clutch: Snob or Slob?

  1. Joanna on said:

    No thanks. It looks like a “transformer” gone wrong

  2. “TRANSFORMER” slob. Joanna wins the description.

  3. i love this! expect a plain dress to be seriously jazzed up by this piece, which looks so couture, it might as well be out of this world; hence transformers eh.

  4. lol, transformers is the perfect description! slob!

  5. I don’t know why, but staring at it makes me think of songs by The Cure.

  6. It looks really, really cheap. Imagine it in the window of some tacky shop, you would definitely go ugh..

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