Mansur Gavriel has already cemented their status as a brand that knows how to take a style that’s generally lacking in sophistication and finesse it with a cool, grown-up makeover. Now here’s the counterpart to their popular bucket bag: This backpack makes perfect sense.
Did you catch us on HSN last night? We had such fun talking about our new bag line, and one of the highlights is this black and white paint splatter style! It’s the only print in the spring collection, and the pieces it decorates are quite possibly my favorites (I’ll never tell, though! Would you have a favorite child?!).
Huge thanks to our friends at Who What Wear for this amazing feature. Check out my favorite five ways to style our new bag collection!
After over a year in the making, our Snob Essentials handbag collection is finally available. Actually, we have already finished designing the Spring 2015 collection; it’s crazy how the fashion timeline works! But for now, Spring/Summer 2014 backpacks!
This one requires me to start with a disclaimer: the only reason this number isn’t a “rag bag” is because the ultimate Gym Snob who uses this strictly to carry her spare trainers and a fresh T-shirt could do this backpack justice. Napa deerskin is butter-soft and tactile, but let’s be real: 700 bucks for a glorified drawstring sack?
Remember when we all gasped at Lupita N’yongo’s stunning Golden Globes’ gown (and pretty much every other time she appeared anywhere)? The woman behind that look – as well as those of Michelle Dockery – is Micaela Erlanger. She’s the stylist to the stars – and the best-dressed ones at that!
Okay, pricey exotic backpacks aren’t exactly casual, but they’re the perfect middle ground for Snobs who want to get the cool girl look without dressing like an actual schoolgirl. I saw a beautiful woman toting this exact Nancy Gonzalez the other day (her croc was in gray, but I can’t resist featuring this bright cobalt!).