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.
This season’s Firenze4Ever theme was Obsessions. As women, we’re overly obsessed with so many things that our lives sometimes end up paralyzed by the ridiculous standards society places upon us; yet even more paralyzing are the unobtainable standards we place upon ourselves…
Here’s a trend I can fully commit to! I love print and while I usually don’t like wallpaper florals, what appeals is all about timing. And right now this look just feels right. Speaking of timing, spring is the annual age of newness, so consider opting for something that’s out of your comfort zone…
From the half-moon cutout handle to the lean, triangular lines, J.W. Anderson’s Moon tote and its audaciously architectural shape is striking and brilliant.
Though 2015 may have just begun, Vogue is already preparing to crown the year’s “it” bag – and they’re letting you make the call!
Thanks to Louis Vuitton’s Neverfull, the original coated-canvas shopper tote released in 2007, we are spoiled. What could be easier for a day out, particularly one when you’re perusing shops and stocking up on new purchases, than a big bag you can toss everything into?