Whether in charming mini size or a roomier, classic-tote scale, it’s effortless from work to weekend and whatever happens in between. I’m a sucker for a gorgeous interior, and this one reveals lush suede lining with multiple pockets. Obviously, the outside is just as good. Not only is the look of the design divine, but bless you, Reed, for the slim exterior back pocket that fits the iPhone 6.
For a long time, Mary Kate and Ashley were known for their oversized bags (and oversized dresses, sunglasses…you know), but it seems they know how to pare down just as well as they know how to go big.
We may want every new bag that hits the market, but the fact of the matter is that we couldn’t (or at least shouldn’t) actually buy every single one. It’s all about picking and choosing. While the occasional trendy piece is a justified indulgence, what you really want to invest in are the classics.
This structured Bertoni top handle tote possesses a great classic shape and features a cool trio of three-dimensional stripes, but that’s not what got me hooked here. I’m most interested in the bag’s unique closure. It’s a ball that glides through the keyhole opening…
Prada’s little sister is all grown-up! Just don’t think her any less playful. The essence of Miu Miu has always been that of a woman who’s old enough to know better but is too spirited to care, and the polished New Madras collection perfectly embodies that effervescence.
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.
We all love carrying a good doctor’s bag every once in a while, but some real differentiation is a must when I’m getting a new one. Tyler Alexandra’s take on the classic style fits the bill. The fully structured yet soft, light feel is appealing on many levels.
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.
This is Marc’s house, and no two ladies know it better than the duo currently at the little-sister line’s helm, Luella Bartley and Katie Hillier. While they’re currently heading up the design team (and doing an excellent job of it), that doesn’t mean Marc isn’t here in spirit. Or in actuality, as a matter of fact.