If you’re only buying one evening clutch for the season, let this be it. With a book-like gusset, you get the structure of a perfected minaudière but the overall feel is much more casual, allowing you to dress it however you wish and need.
Yes, you read that right! I got us an additional 20% off already reduced items on Luisa via Roma. They really love us Bag Snobs there! Some of these are pieces you’ve been pining over all year, waiting for them to go on sale, so here’s your chance to snatch them up at an even bigger discount.
I love hosting parties. Any excuse to celebrate, right?! Next up: I’m hosting the opening of “Birdcage” at Lord & Taylor in New York City tomorrow, Thursday, October 2nd, from 6-8pm.
While my club days are long behind me, I can still keep up with the best of them thanks to Edie Parker’s glow-in-the-dark clutches. These are the perfect conversation pieces, whether you’re looking to impress girlfriends, meet a guy, or just be the life of the party in general!
A clutch for evening, a pouch for day, and an organizer for your tote when you need a larger bag: these types of bags are the ones that always land at the top of my list. And once I start using them, I can’t stop. BOYY’s Samuel bag is on the larger size, bigger than wallet scale, which makes it an ideal daytime clutch.
It’s easy to get so wrapped up in Karl Lagerfeld’s stunning work for Chanel and Fendi that we forget he has his own eponymous line. But he does, and it’s pretty desirable in its own right, especially the Spring ’15 collection.
Have you entered to win our final Forzieri giveaway? We’re finishing the series with a bang, courtesy of this Valentino Rockstud clutch!
At the end of September, we’re finally starting to feel a fall chill coming, but it’s hardly time to break out the full-length fur. I’m not willing to wait any longer, though, so I’ve found a few smaller pieces to tide us over (faux-enthusiasts, included!).
Am I seeing some twister chic? All it takes is a single standout detail to make a bag, and in the case of J.W. Anderson, all it takes is a simple, twisted take on a single handle. The inspiration seems to be a little bit origami, a little bit girlish bow, and a lot modern sculpture. Not to mention all J.W., who’s proving to be a precocious connoisseur of everything avant-garde yet wearable.