Proenza Schouler just took their quintessential PS style to striking new heights. Not just striking but highly luxe (as proven by the price tag). This exhibits a brilliant use of fresh print and exotic skin on an already great bag.
We are so excited to return to HSN with our third collection: Holiday 2015! This time, it’s all about strong structure and old-world glamour. We found ourselves inspired by the innate elegance and unapologetic sophistication of vintage Hollywood stars. Enter the Anara bag.
Has kitsch gone too far? I think we’ve already established the answer is yes, probably. There is a fine line between animal magnetism (just look at Fendi’s cute yet intelligently abstract Demi Jour Penguin bag and animal madness.
Looks-wise from the outside, this bag isn’t anything special and the red “cow print” and rather cheap looking strap aren’t something I would jump to get my hands on, but once you open up this bag, wow!! It’s pretty awesome.
Lately, I’ve been shifting into neutral when it comes to my bags. White may not seem like the most audacious color (or technically, even be a color), but set against rich, autumnal reds, oranges, and yellows, there’s no better way to set yourself apart.
Roland Mouret’s, also known as the master of chic dresses, foray into handbags has been one of the most exciting launches in recent designer history. From his origami-inspired folds and focus on sleek geometry to his cool graphic prints and art-inspired graffiti, his aesthetic continues to be spot on, each and every time.
I love Giuseppe Zanotti. I really do. His shoes are exquisite and fabulous, and I can only wish I had the stamina to wear his stilettos daily. So as much as it pains me to do so, I’ve got to call it like I see it…