Many people are under the impression that fanny packs (or belt bags or waist bags…whichever makes you cringe the least!) were never on-trend, and that’s just not true. Crop tops and fanny packs pretty much defined my college years in the ‘90s. And I wasn’t in the minority there, either…
At first glance, this shot of Kate Moss suggests the style icon was perhaps a little, well, wasted. Instead, her clever costume was both a trick and a treat. The famed supermodel dressed up as the young supermodel of the moment, Cara Delevingne.
Unlike most celebrities, RiRi isn’t one to follow style rules. She wears bras as tops, doesn’t wear bras with tops, and if she loves a bag, she will carry it over and over again.
All month I’ve been dressing in pink and highlighting friends and celebrities who are doing the same in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so of course, Jennifer Garner caught my eye in this fluorescent Dior. Being a Bag Snob, though, the shiny Roger Vivier Maxi Boite de Nuit clutch got my attention almost as quickly!
Had you told me 15 years ago that one day Ms. Bradshaw would be carrying a bag that Kelly and I designed, I would have fainted, which is almost what I did this morning when I saw the lovely SJP with our green Jewel Box!
This outfit makes me want to go pick a few pumpkins, then go sip on an appletini while curling up next to a fire. Is it just me? Rihanna is wearing the coziest outfit ever, draped in a Stella McCartney Long-Sleeve V-Neck Chunky Sweaterdressicon and carrying the corresponding Stella McCartney Crossbody Bag (they’re sold together!).
The ever gorgeous Emmy Rossum rung in her 28th birthday this weekend with none other than the wine-hued Snob Essentials croco-embossed pouch!
It-Brit luxury brand plus It-Brit supermodel: it was only a matter of time before the stars of Mulberry and Cara Delevingne aligned.