I love green in all its many incarnations, from forest to moss to lime to mint, but it’s military that’s perhaps the most versatile of them all. On the tomboyish side of the spectrum, it eliminates the prissiness from any ensemble, but don’t think the army-inspired shade can’t feel fresh and alluring.
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.
I am surprised and delighted to find Valextra’s Fall collection comes with a new sense of ease. The structured lines and rigid leathers we’ve come to know (and quite often love) have been replaced by softly structured hobos and tactile haircalf totes for a more relaxed mood.
I don’t care how many you own; you can still never have enough basic shoulder bags that get you through the day without fuss. That being said, there’s nothing standard about the latest Zagliani bag.
I had such a fun time today shopping for jewels and lunching with longtime girlfriends, along with a few new ones. I need these kinds of days; we all need these days, when we keep things light, let out steam about our husbands and kids, and get just plain silly.
Now that Milan Fashion Week has wrapped up, it’s official: It’s no surprise that the best bags on the Italian runways belong to Fendi, from the incomparable Karl Lagerfeld.
What’s more glamorous than celebrating Tom Ford’s new handbag boutique at the poshest department store in the world?
Be honest – do you find this bag repulsive, intriguing, or gorgeous? Or maybe all three? No matter how you feel about it, something that automatically forces so many emotional states has its merits. You have to give it that.
Jason Wu’s Spring ’15 collection gave way to my favorite show thus far. Simply put, it was beautiful. Sans bells and whistles, no stage antics: the clean, gleaming runway let the pieces, as well as the ladies wearing them, shine as they should.