Maggie Copeland founded Brooklyn-based Palethorp with a focus on high-quality leathers and snakeskins (even the signature lining is snake-printed), or more often than not, a juxtaposition of the two. The results are perfect summer fun, and as if the prices weren’t reasonable enough to begin with, the label is offering Snobs an exclusive 40% discount!
Body chain? Necklace? When the piece in question looks this good, titles don’t really matter!
I absolutely love this! Never one to complacently go with the ordinary designer grain, mix-master designer (and husband to Isabel Marant) Jérôme Dreyfuss always has a distinct, unmistakable way of shaking up textures and colors. But this three-way combo of denim, suede, and snake is flat-out genius.
Sprinkled with a little Marc by Marc Jacobs’ pixie dust, and the most basic of shapes goes from boring to incredibly cute. Narciso may be the king of colorblocking, but you can always look to Marc by Marc for a tasteful (and well-priced) interpretation of the trend – with added texture-blocking to boot!
Those with small apartments know the importance of making the most of their space, but even people with larger, cluttered homes would benefit from this sleekly designed organizer. Conceal a mini office or a mini bar in this space age style trolley!
The theme of Alexander Wang’s Fall 2014 collection is something to the effect of “cool urban survivalist,” so it’s no surprise one of the first bags to be released is the Survival Kit belt bag.
Sleek, clean, and created for instant organization: Consider Maiyet’s Amonet bag your new little helper. We’re seeing a lot of these über-compartmentalized bags lately, as if it’s almost a new trend, and I’m loving it. It’s like designers are finally getting the fact that function is just as important as the way things look.
Oh, Karl. Love him or hate him, at the end of the day, you still kind of have to love him.