Welcome to another edition of the PurseForum Roundup. Each and every Friday, we bring you a sampling of the bags, accessories and conversations our members are sharing over at our home away from home, The PurseForum.
I may be beyond sick of novelty bags and their often-limited cleverness, but I’ll never tire of a bag design that genuinely catches me off guard. That’s exactly what bags from Taiwanese designer JumpFromPaper are designed to do, and the simple shapes accomplish their goals with an almost startling efficiency.
This is a serious question: how many “Kendall + Kylie” fashion lines are the Jenners legally allowed to vend at the same time? I ask because we’re up to three. That being said, their new line of shoes, apparel and accessories will probably be far more appealing to those who would never deign to enter a PacSun or Topshop.
In the fashion world, spring has sprung and sandals are already available for purchase. When you look at shoes as much as I do, you begin to notice a lot of commonalities in what designers want to push each season, and so far I’ve noticed a rise in denim accessories and oxfords; today, we’re adding chunky, block-y heels to the list.
Ever since news broke that Marc Jacobs was doing away with his Marc by Marc Jacobs diffusion line and consolidating products under his main label at a variety of price points, we’ve been waiting to see what exactly that would mean in practice, since brands traditionally limit product to a relatively narrow price range.