What do an average third-grader and a diehard Moschino girl have in common? A love of cartoon creatures and iconic toys, of course. Yes, when it comes to Moschino these days, there’s no amount of kitsch Jeremy Scott can deliver that will shock us.
This old riddle comes into play when checking out the current trend that takes black and white to whole new heights. The answer to this age-old joke is, of course, the newspaper (as in, read all over), and I definitely consider this trend newsworthy.
Frilly? Yes. Adorable? Definitely yes. Designer wunderkind Simone Rocha realizes a little bit of ruffle goes a long way, and this detailing travels the right amount of distance.
Who’s the Snobbiest Bag Snob of all?! Victoria Beckham, that’s who. Her personal style and hair (from cropped to long, frosty blonde to rich brunette) have changed greatly throughout the years, but one thing has remained constant: her bags. More specifically, her great taste in bags.
Luella Bartley and Katie Hillier are on a hot streak. This bag is one of the best and most intriguing pieces to come from MARC by Marc Jacobs in a while.
Say hello to your new spring tote! Victoria Beckham’s strength in design lies in her ability to effortlessly combine timeless, tried-and-true shapes with relevant trends. That’s not just because she’s a highly capable designer; it’s also because she is a true Bag Snob to the core.
This bag is so brilliant, I am already totally in love. Sometimes all it takes is a simple equation to strike Snob gold, and in the case of Sonia Rykiel’s Stephane bag, a tote + a pouch = genius. While you can obviously ditch the tote and use the pouch on its own when the urge strikes, that’s not the clincher here.