When the season changes, powerful statement pieces are a blast to buy, but you’ve got to have elements to balance them out. That’s why it’s so nice to have something new and pared-down for fall, so you’re free to go to town on the rest of your outfit. Sergio Rossi’s Viva clutch is the answer to your punch-packing graphic prints, tricked-out bomber jackets and textural exotics.
Loewe’s Monochrome collection has it just right – two-tone neutrals for days when you need something to easily coordinate and animal prints for when you feel like getting wild. We have the tasseled Flamenco in leopard printed calf hair, as well as basic stone colored leather trimmed in black.
If you ask me, sometimes the most sumptuous bags are the simplest. After all, why reinvent the wheel when you can just showcase great quality and true luxury?
A bag like this proves that nobody, even after all these years (18 since he presented his first ready-to-wear collection), does color-blocking like Narciso Rodriguez. Tri-toned slip-dresses and easy-equation geometry abounds in his Fall 2013 collection, but I prefer to take this matter into my hands, via a roomy tote.
Fall welcomes a great new bag from Marc Jacobs. With fur stoles, oversized Peter Pan collars, elements of lingerie (hot pants, anyone?), and lush overcoats, his ready-to-wear collection is all about the vintage vixen gone modern. Which is actually a good way to describe this bag.
Forget JT – Mrs. Timberlake is the headliner today! Pulling off a high-low combo of sweats with Roger Vivier’s ultra-luxe Cabas Prismick is no easy feat. I almost fell off my chair when I saw the bag’s price, but before you start crying a river, take stock of the features.
What’s in a name? According Hedi Slimane, apparently not much! We all know he caused a major commotion for the epic design house of Yves Saint Laurent when he took over and changed the name to Saint Laurent Paris. But Yves will always have his stamp on his brand – and on his brand’s logo. […]