Glistening, abstract stripes of gunmetal, steel blue, and cool gold beadwork on pristine black silk: this gorgeous piece is just what the season calls for. So gorgeous, in fact, that I’m inclined to say it doesn’t even matter which season we’re talking about.
I am completely bipolar when it comes to Fendi bags. Or is Karl the bipolar one? Now that I think about it, the latter is the more likely option. Someone please tell me: How did these two bags come out of the same house?
A good friend of mine, Jane Lerman, quietly started her own line of handbags as a creative side project. She runs her own PR agency and showroom, and her handbags quickly caught the eye of not only friends like me, but editors and bloggers who were coming to her office to pull looks for various shoots.
The Ghesquière revolution has officially commenced! When the Petite Malle was originally introduced on the Fall ’14 runway at Paris Fashion Week back in March, there was no doubt it was destined to be coveted and clutched by swooning Snobs everywhere.
This season, Charlotte Olympia and I are on the same page when it comes Chinese appreciation. Well, I always have Chinese appreciation, but I will be taking a trip to Taiwan this fall to spend extended time with my family, so my reverence is at a high. From the look of her latest bags, it looks like Charlotte’s feeling the same way for Fall ‘14.
When you think “frame bag,” you envision a ladylike, possibly vintage piece. Leave it to Riccardo Tisci to bring the style into the 21st century and way beyond!
Kara’s got a brand-new look, and I’m liking it. The precious-stone master is changing things up, and the result is a decidedly more modern and rustic-luxe vibe.