Man Snob
Thu 03.15

Santiago Gonzalez: Crocodile Pour Homme

As a member of the Bag Snob team, you cannot help but be a fan of Nancy Gonzalez and her lovely and luxurious crocodile goods. They have always proven to be showstoppers! Well, for the boys, there’s Santiago Gonzalez, the line from her prodigious son, and they’re quite the hit. We’re talking ultra high quality […]

Mon 02.27

Boys’ Spring Vests: Just Dapper

I don’t know about you, but I love seeing my boys in dapper getups. Sure, I only have girls, but this is how I like to dress my nephew, and it is so beyond adorable! Especially with Easter coming, getting our little boys suited up doesn’t have to be so hard or serious. A vest […]

Mon 01.30

Brunello Cucinelli Leather-Canvas Messenger Bag – A Message from the Messenger

Brunello Cucinelli is one hell of a man. Brunello has managed to redefine the modern male wardrobe when it comes to luxury, and he has always used the finest of everything; his bags are no exception. Recently, I was asked by a friend to name a designer who makes a fantastic messenger bag, and after […]

Fri 01.27

Top 5 Gifts for Men on Valentine’s Day: Soothe His Heart Away

So Valentine’s Day is on the horizon like a shark in the water, and you don’t know what to get an important guy in your life. Well, I’ve got news for you: he wants to be pampered! While we may not admit it, guys like to feel and look good too! So here’s a go-to […]

Mon 06.27

The Five Essentials Featuring Kyle Anderson, Senior Accessories Editor – ELLE Magazine

Funny, witty, and with a sharp eye for style, Kyle Anderson is every girl’s dream BFF. Did I mention he is also the Senior Accessories Editor of Elle magazine? Enough said. Kyle tells me he looks at about a gazillion bags a week (oh, so envious!), so to say he knows a thing or two […]

Sat 03.12

Chanel x The Away Project Limited Edition Tote

In France, football, or soccer as Americans call it, is taken very seriously. So is it any surprise that nation, known the world over for its cutting-edge fashion and design, has finally turned to some of its most iconic brands to participate in a unique project? Nike created a special jersey for the 11 players […]

Thu 03.03

"Fleurs d'Excès" by Victoire de Castellane

Any girl worth her jewels knows the name Victoire de Castellane. The bubbly and whimsical mademoiselle with magnetic child-like tendencies made her name at Chanel, where she designed costume jewelry for 14 years, before joining Dior as its first-ever creative director in 1998. This week the Gagosian Gallery in Paris unleashes her second exhibition, this […]

Mon 02.28

Jil Sander Fall 2011

Structured bags ruled supreme at Jil Sander, a noticeable juxtaposition to the deconstructed shapes and Warholian flashes of colors in the clothes. The bags and clutches, of which there were a smattering of, included stiff envelope handhelds and granny double-handled handbags that were in dark, muted colors that, to be honest, didn’t really pop. Architectural […]

Mon 02.28

Bottega Veneta Fall 2011

While the ready-to-wear had a decidedly Sixties “Mad Men” aesthetic to it, Tomas Maier’s fall Bottega bags were noticeably sportier and more relaxed in their shapes, many of them elaborately hand-worked in construction. Adding variety to the mix was the use of innovative materials to further illuminate the eccentric effect, illustrated, for example, in a […]