Here’s a prime example of the Marni conundrum: this oversized leather clutch that hangs over the shoulder is very directional – and that’s part of the appeal – but it’s almost too much so.
I have been in love with Jill Haber’s evening bags since day one (literally!). She’s come a long way since then, and I can’t say I’m surprised. A single look at one of her first designs, and it’s clear she was a star on the rise. Well, that love continues to grow to this day, as this star only shines brighter.
The Neo Classic is one of Balenciaga’s, well, classic styles, but we’re just now seeing it in perfected mini form. The smaller version is so great, so much better than her bigger (and bulkier) sister, which makes for an overwhelming bag that’s heavy thanks to ample hardware.
I’m not usually one to go gaga over a minaudière, but Nina Ricci’s Ecrin has caught my eye before and in black and white woven grosgrain, it’s truly gone in for the kill.
This old riddle comes into play when checking out the current trend that takes black and white to whole new heights. The answer to this age-old joke is, of course, the newspaper (as in, read all over), and I definitely consider this trend newsworthy.
Frilly? Yes. Adorable? Definitely yes. Designer wunderkind Simone Rocha realizes a little bit of ruffle goes a long way, and this detailing travels the right amount of distance.
While it’s easy to get caught up in the new softer textures and pastel-pale palettes of spring, let’s not forget, it’s still prime shopping time for the end-of-season sales. Just look at this delectable piece of arm candy from Pierre Hardy, now a full 50% off.
This little bag is so freaking adorable! I’ve already been on a round bag kick to begin with, but this one is special to me. I always love Loewe’s buttery-soft nappa leather and such a shape, lightly scrunched and all mush-able, really relishes the suppleness.