This simple envelope-style bag by Marni piqued my interest when it was plain and unadorned, and now it’s been turned up to another level. With the addition of gorgeous floral python appliqués, it’s beyond and I can’t get enough.
This season, Marni is wisely offering the look of woven rattan for summer, without any of the prickly maintenance that comes with it.
Some bags manage to strike their own version of perfection, one that simply can’t be denied. Like Valextra’s Manzoni shoulder bag: it’s simple and chic, countered with an unpretentious dose of intrigue we all want in everything we wear.
The Anatole marks the arrival of a great new shape from Jérôme Dreyfuss, who seems to just get better each season. Full of unique details without looking overcomplicated and casually versatile with enough intrigue to keep you interested, it’s a day bag you can carry to help shake up the week.
A simple, elegant shape like this is born ready to receive the gorgeously printed treatment. Naturally, you can trust Valentino to adorn their top-handle tote without any hesitation, and the result is a look that’s full of bold personality and chic confidence.
Most makeup removers do one thing: remove makeup! And often, they don’t even do that well. Not only does Natura Bissé’s Diamond White Instant makeup remover take off even the most stubborn waterproof mascaras, it also protects and strengthens lashes with Panthenol.
Loewe’s much-lauded Puzzle bag, the one that’s a favorite of Julianne Moore, is an inspired design that’s about as original as bags come. The pieces are attached in such a way that creates a 3D effect, and the front panel (with the zipper pocket) is like a pyramid.
As groundbreaking as it is likely to remind you of your favorite sweater, I have mixed feelings about Alexander Wang’s latest release for Balenciaga…