Last fall, we gave you an intimate look at some of the bags from the Tiffany & Co. Fall 2014 collection, and though it still feels and looks like winter outside, I want to brighten your day and your accessories collection with the Tiffany & Co.
Kim Kardashian attended the Brit Awards to support hubby Kanye West, and over on TalkShoes, we have all the deets on the shoes she wore for the event. We also spotted Karlie Kloss at LAX, wearing supermodel-fave Stuart Weitzman boots. While Fashion Week has moved on to Paris, Gucci’s Fall 2015 shoes in Milan were very furry. We’re not looking ahead to fall entirely, though–Christian Louboutin is focused on Spring 2015 with this vivid Tribalou Collection.
Even as an American customer, British stores are some of my favorite online shopping destinations, both for inspiration and acquisition, and the MATCHESFASHION.COM Shoe and Bag Guide is here to do both. British style has such a sense of boldness and fun to it, which leads to different stock choices, even when it comes to the sites’ buyers making selections from US brands.
Last week, we had quite a discussion over the lack of great American luxury handbag designers right now. I’ve heard many of you say you want to see more diversity in the brands we feature, so I’ve been spending time looking for bags and brands that I love that are a bit different from our usual suspects.
Being able to browse stores near and far is one of the greatest advantages of online shopping, and farfetch.com takes things one step further by letting you order from luxury boutiques worldwide that might not otherwise have e-commerce capabilities. That means huge selections and lots of brands and colors, so if you’re looking for something not carried in your area (or in your country), you’re in luck. Through March 5, you’re in even more luck: farfetch.com is offering free global shipping on full-price orders over $160, no code required.
This is not one of those celeb bag roundups where everyone looks totally relatable and down-to-earth, and half the celebs we feature are just grabbing some fro-yo in West Hollywood. This is one of those celeb bag round-ups where (almost) everyone brought their A-game, right along with their A-game handbags.
Price increases for the big brands all seem to be hitting around the same time this year, and that is not good for anyone in the market for a new bag. First we told you Hermès was upping its already steep prices in the beginning of the year, next came the rumors of the Louis Vuitton price increase, and now it’s Chanel.
Another fashion week has come and gone (this time, Milan Fashion Week), and all that’s left are the great bags to look forward to and the street style shots of the fashion insiders and celebs who attended. We’ll have more on Milan’s most notable runway bags tomorrow, but right now, we wanted to take a look at the best things we saw outside.