As we start shopping – and getting earnestly excited to wear – the Spring 2014 collections, you can’t ignore Roger Vivier. But can you ever?! Thanks to effortless geometry, the unified contrast of strong lines and sweet delicacy, and a pastel-perfect palette, the Prismick feels very on-trend this season. But Roger Vivier’s quintessential bag is actually far ahead of the current trends. The elite Vivier has been doing this for years.
On Monday night, an eye-opening, mind-blowing Roger Vivier exhibit came to life at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. Like many people, I assumed Vivier’s brand launched in the late ‘60s, with the buckled Pilgrim shoe Catherine Deneuve made famous in Belle de Jour. On the contrary…
Stop what you’re doing right now and take a look at your new favorite accessories! I’ll give you a minute to gawk. I certainly needed one. Combining calf hair with houndstooth (or to be more specific, the Prince of Wales check) is the most inventive use of the pattern ever. We can always count on Roger Vivier to offer up a fresh take on luxury.
Roger Vivier’s Prismick Zig Zag shoulder bag is one of the best pairings of black and white I have ever seen. Asymmetric and geometric, it delights with expertly stitched lines for a multi-dimensional effect.
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.
Houndstooth: a perennial Fall favorite that’s gained extra momentum in recent years, thanks to forerunners like Salvatore Ferragamo and Proenza Schouler. But no one has done a quintessential version of the pattern quite like Roger Vivier. Not only is this one of the best printed bags I saw during Paris Fashion Week, it is definitely […]