I don’t care how many you own; you can still never have enough basic shoulder bags that get you through the day without fuss. That being said, there’s nothing standard about the latest Zagliani bag.
While Zagliani doesn’t always create the biggest stir with their impeccable, handmade creations, their exotic skins are supreme and the house is about as Italian as a centuries-old piazza. So I’m not entirely surprised they’ve managed to finesse the ever-tricky bucket bag.
It’s been a little while since we’ve covered a Zagliani bag, and I can confidently say their new Fall 2014 collection is most definitely making me sit up and take notice once again. Recently appointed Creative Director Giorgia Scarpa (formerly of Prada and Dior), now on her third collection for the Italian luxury house, is hitting her stride. As they say, third time’s a charm.
Or only hit the slopes in spirit! Sometimes a vacation calls for a snowy mountain getaway over a tropical beach holiday. I’m not one to necessarily take on a Black Diamond, but I am happy to cozy up in the lodge with a mug of hot chocolate…and a winter-ready bag that looks just as good in motion as it does at my side by the fireplace.
Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?! Maybe if Juliet had managed to nail this beauty she would have maintained the will to live, with or without her man. There are great daily bags, and then there are the great daily bags that transcend their genre. The Zagliani Romeo falls at the top of the latter category.
Boring? Maybe. Amazing? Absolutely. When it comes to copious amounts of crisp, clean, uncluttered python, Zagliani is where it’s at. I have long loved their Tomodachi bowling bag, especially in its smaller size, so it’s safe to now say I will love it forever. The enduring pull of python skin in the lush, matte shade … Continue reading Zagliani Python Large Tomodachi Bowling Bag: The Long Haul