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Rachel Zoe Collection: Take Your Zoe To Go

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Can’t get enough of Rachel? Her foray into bags is proving to be strong, studied, and most definitely snob-worthy. At frugal-snob prices, to boot. From her chain-strapped clutch – with smooth, geometric lines, the black leather Charlotteicon ($450) is a satisfying blend of modern and classic that will glide from day to night and back again – to the office-perfect satchel – ostrich-embossed leather brings intrigue to the Jane’s ($525) timeless and roomy silhouette – the new collection has all of your bag-bases covered. The effortless Edie Deux ($375), an updated version of her shoulder style, nails the breezy bohemian-cool day look. A vaguely saddle-esque style with a hint of seventies influence will get plenty of wear. Rachel’s rendition of the bucket bag? Slouchy and versatile. The yummy pebble-leather Joniicon ($475) will get better with age – good thing, as this is a toss-around bag casual girls will carry to death. But the best of the bunch might be the smallest of the bunch. No Zoe collection would be complete without a heavy dose of glam. The Margaux minaudiereicon ($250), shining with black and silver lizard-embossed leather and granted a tough-chic twist via an unexpected chain detail, proves fab things come in sleek little packages.

Certain styles are available for pre-order at Neiman Marcusicon.

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5 thoughts on “Rachel Zoe Collection: Take Your Zoe To Go”

  1. [MARKED AS SPAM BY ANTISPAM BEE | Server IP]
    I love RZ, her show is hysterical! the bags are way better than the clothes, have you seen?

  2. I agree with Harry. I was so pumped about going to Nordstrom’s to purchase one of her bags. Let’s just say that the leather on the Dooney that I bought was 100% better and $200 cheaper.
    Hopefully, the new ones are better. If not, she needs to lower the price and sell them on QVC.

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