Yawn. C’mon Marc Jacobs, I know you have more to give than what I am seeing here. Sure, there isn’t anything horrible about the Marc by Marc Jacobs Totally Turnlock Clutch but there also isn’t anything that makes me want to go out and buy it right away.
Archives for: August 2009
Having been on vacation for the last week, I did what I always like to do while on vacation abroad. That is, gather fashion inspiration from wherever I may have gone. And this time, the things I noticed in Prague were: tons of tourists wearing unoriginal touristy garb, lots of worn, vintage-looking dresses, flat gladiator sandals, and cotton tee-shirts and scarves with cotton fringe and plastic beads on the end.
Has anyone noticed a glut of JPK Paris nylon handbags in stores lately? First I noticed them in Nordstrom, and then I saw them at a boutique this weekend, and now they’re also being carried by Nordstrom’s website.
What scares a bunch of gay men and young, urban women more than a pregnant lady? As it turns out, not much! And that might be the primary lesson that we learned on this week’s Project Runway.
If this bag is any indication, Lanvin is continuing their endless mission to morph their bag line into an a slighty hipster-y version of Chanel. I generally hate it when others complain that a bag looks like it’s Chanel just because it’s quilted or has a chain handle, but I can’t help but think that it’s an incredibly apt comparison in this case.
I love purple, I love studs, I love soft leather, and I love handbags that cost less than $500. All of those things are great things in and of themselves, and you would think that when you combine them all together, they would be even better.
Piperlime is a great site for savvy price worthy handbags. There is so much to choose from and you are bound to find something that won’t make your wallet and/or bank account cry.
At the same time, the site also offers picks from superstar stylist Rachel Zoe.
Sigh, here is a bag I can’t decide if I like or not. Today is one of those days in which I could just make up my mind. While other days I don’t mind being on the fence, I just want to have make a decisive decision.
I’ll be the first to say that I can appreciate when a designer does something a little weird. If no one ever went off the beaten path, we’d never have any new trends to look for and fawn over, and it’d be much harder for me to find stuff to write about every day.