Is Balenciaga attempting to usher in a new era of label-flashing? Looks like they’re at least giving it a go. I have mixed feeling about these new Cabas totes. On the one hand, a simplistic logo set on beige canvas and trimmed with black leather is so modest and pared-down, it’s chic…
Thanks to Louis Vuitton’s Neverfull, the original coated-canvas shopper tote released in 2007, we are spoiled. What could be easier for a day out, particularly one when you’re perusing shops and stocking up on new purchases, than a big bag you can toss everything into?
What a way to start the year! We know they can’t all be winners, so it’s only normal that some bags beg the question: Where do we draw the line of bad taste?
Do you ever feel like you’re being watched? Maybe it’s because there are suddenly too many bags to count out there with eyes of their own! From the subtle and sophisticated to the unapologetically campy, I’ve narrowed it down to just five gaze-worthy bags. But even with five, I can promise you’ll still get an eyeful.
ring on the beach! Or the jungle. Or the wallpaper of famed New York City restaurant Indochine, for that matter. Whatever the reference this motif brings to mind, fresh foliage-print bags are making for a truly tropical take on resort. Bring them out now, sunny holiday or not, to take yourself out of the current season, so to speak.
Some say, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” but Victoria Beckham’s not afraid of taking that risk, and this play on her much-loved Quincy proves that she’s more than up for the challenge.
Maybe it’s because today is Friday, or maybe it’s because My Theresa has such great pieces right now (and free shipping worldwide from Nov. 18-24), but I’m feeling the spirit of holiday gift-giving already and I’ve pulled together a list of presents any Snob would be happy to receive!