As we noted during our look at all the saddle bags suddenly on the market for Fall 2015, the 70s trend that popped up all over the runways has indeed translated to retail. That has implications beyond just bag shape, though; it also means that the color palette for the season skews decidedly retro, most notably in the resurgence of tan leather and suede bags.
If you’ve been tuned into Louis Vuitton‘s and creative director Nicolas Ghesquiere’s various social media channels over the past week, you’ve probably seen this coming little by little, but we now have enough of the Louis Vuitton Fall 2015 ad campaign, dubbed Series 3 by the designer, to collect and evaluate the effort.
Just in time for the long weekend, we’ve got some excellent shopping news to give you. Net-a-Porter’s sale is now in its finale clearance, which means both that prices are up to 70% off and that a huge selection of markdowns are also eligible for an additional 20% discount. All you have to do is enter code SALE20 at checkout for items that are labeled for the extra discount. Get to shopping!
If you’re wondering why this week’s round of bag deals has already arrived, congratulations: you’re very observant. Because the PurseBlog team is taking tomorrow off for the Fourth of July weekend, we wanted to make sure we left you with plenty of shopping opportunities for the days ahead. Below, check out our favorite picks from across the Internet.
This week on our Picks page, we are all about red, white and blue. With the 4th of July around the corner, we’ve added the perfect white bikini, lash plumping serum and the chicest pair of white Christian Louboutin pumps. A red bag is a a great statement piece, and we found everything from an Alexander Wang bucket bag to a polished Saint Laurent Tote. Check back daily for updates!
It’s almost as if the powers that be at Louis Vuitton sent out a secret, celebrities-only missive instructing all their celeb field operatives to bust out their newest, nicest Louis Vuitton bags if they wanted to remain in the brand’s favor.
Two years ago, I asked you all what you thought of designer bags for children. You shared a wide array of comments, and the resounding theme in the responses was that you should get a designer bag for a kid when they are able to appreciate it.