Not all dots are created equal. Harsh as it may sound, some polka dots are simply way better than others. I always love a good spotty-dotty print, but when the pattern is elevated thanks to some artistic abstraction, a harmonious blending of multiple prints, or an altogether unexpected feel, it’s enough to make me crave the classic motif all over again.
You can have all the diet and exercise resolutions in the world, but I have a surefire way for a great start to the new year. Kick things off with a brand-new bag that has all the bells and whistles you wish for, like this latest number from Jimmy Choo.
Wow! Here’s to even more art as bag and bag as art. In celebration of Art Basel, exotic-skin mix-master Adriana Castro has applied the fierce talent and unique eye of acclaimed Spanish Pop artist Antonio De Felipe, whose work the designer fell for during one of her trips to Spain.
Striped crocodile?! Yes, please. Nancy knows what we want, and for this coming spring, it’s great, thick lines of contrasting croc. Her level of ingenuity with the exotic skin is still unparalleled, and this collection makes for the most innovative use of crocodile I’ve seen since I can remember.
This latest Nancy Gonzalez satchel is a unique treasure to behold. The intricate lace pattern that lies over both sides, reminiscent of a Victorian wrought-iron fence, has a cool retro vibe.
From home goods (including jewelry boxes and even tampon cases!) to hardware-light bags, few can work an exotic skin like Elisabeth Weinstock. Since 2002, she’s cemented and maintained her unreal hand with decadent anaconda.