Bags are beginning to blur together. Perhaps that’s why I’m currently so attracted to bags like the insect Damien Hirst for Prada Entomology bag. These days, it takes a lot to stand out, even for designers with a wealth of creativity. Take Stella McCartney, for example.
Every year when fall rolls around, pony-hair is a seasonal must, no questions asked. Nothing will get you in the mode to enjoy the rest of October and ease right into winter like natural texture that’s lush yet subdued.
As the line between art and fashion continues to blur (just look at Chanel’s Spring ’14 collection), so does the line that divides jewelry and bags. If Tom Ford has anything to do with it (and what does Tom Ford not have a hand in, really?), it will evaporate entirely.
Givenchy’s Lucrezia bag is a current classic for modern snobs who aren’t afraid of a little edge or to take a risk. While we’re used to seeing it in color or alligator-stamped texture, the latest edition just reinforces the fact that Givenchy isn’t afraid of a lot of edge.