What happens when two great American brands collide? Such a one-two punch of chic makes my heart palpitate. Derek Lam and Mark Cross have combined their powers for a sweet and seamless union. The totes won’t be hitting stores until New York Fashion Week, but we have all the details now.
Some bags make more of a whisper than a shout – but a whisper can be just as effective, and sometimes even more so. Just look to Bottega Veneta for a prime example of a softly beguiling creation. Sure, the design may not be earth-shattering or revolutionary; it is just a shopper tote, after all.
I am so proud of our Magazine Tote. The design perfectly fits our needs and speaks to our aesthetics so harmoniously. We wanted a bigger tote for days when we have that need, but it’s not without the details that take our breath away like the front pocket with a removable pouch.
Abstract florals or an elaborate English labyrinth? Stella’s latest take on the Boston bag is like a Rorschach test – it’s up for interpretation!
Who needs monogrammed logos and trademark signage when a singular detail is as universally and instantaneously recognized as Tom Ford’s? Indeed, the man needs no introduction, and that includes his bags.
I need to make an amendment to my Friday post on burgundy bags – this is one of the top five! Namely because finding a sophisticated tote of this quality under $1,000 just doesn’t happen. With an exterior flap pocket, expandable gussets, and a simple chain lock, Carven keeps the focus on subtle, functional details.
This glossy black MM6 Maison Martin Margiela tote has been going fast, and it’s no mystery why – it has a special, hidden feature! I love the adjustable strap detailing, with holes lining the entire length of the straps, but the detachable pouch is what really got my attention.