You guys, I’m ready to make a somewhat surprising declaration: Last night’s episode of Scandal was good. Not “good for this season,” or “good relative to all the bad episodes lately,” but legitimately, objectively good. The stuff going on felt exciting and like we were continuing to move through the plot, and even though last week’s episode had a pretty significant red herring, this week didn’t slow down when it reversed course.
Amanda's been handling editorial duties at PurseBlog since 2009, but that's not where her skills end. Au contraire! Amanda is also highly proficient in buying black clothing, Instagramming pictures of cocktails she's about to drink and wearing jewelry that men find off-putting.
She's an Atlanta native and University of Georgia graduate (go Dawgs) who now resides in New York City. The most important thing to know about Amanda is that she started putting purple streaks in her hair long before it was trendy, thank you very much.
There ain’t no party like a Chanel party because a Chanel party is full of beautiful people with even more beautiful handbags. As they do every year, Chanel and Karl Lagerfeld descended on the Tribeca Film Festival to host the Chanel Artists Dinner, which celebrates Lagerfeld’s favorite people: actresses and other creatives, mostly (but not always) of the indie variety.
It’s time to celebrate another work week completed with another round of bag deals, and this week, we’re clearly ready for spring. We found a bunch of bags both bright and pale to suit whatever your warm-weather style might be, but if your preference (or your office dress code) runs more toward neutrals, we have several of those as well.
As the weather has steadily warmed in New York City, I’ve heard a familiar refrain from my friends: Ugh, my feet are so gross from winter. Ugh, I need to get a pedicure. New York is especially difficult on feet because of all the walking involved in living here, and the task of undoing all the winter’s snow-booted damage can seem daunting.
It probably won’t surprise you to hear that we are staunchly Team Treat Yo’self. Everyday life can be drudgery, and everyone has to find his or her own ways to make it sparkle. Our preferred method is the stalking and eventual acquisition of beautiful accessories, and if you need a little extra encouragement we’ve got it below.
It’s that time of year when we all contemplate our wardrobes for the changing weather, and if you’ve made your way here, you’re probably also contemplating a new acquisition or two. If that’s the case, I have some good news: the Barneys Purple Card Event runs from today through April 26!
Chanel has some much-discussed plans to venture into in-house online retail, but until September 2016 at the earliest, you’ll still have to get creative if you want to buy Chanel bags and accessories online. That’s why we think you’ll want to jump at the What Goes Around Comes Around vintage Chanel trunkshow currently happening on Moda Operandi; it’s full of pre-owned bags both vintage and recent, in addition to the brand’s iconic costume jewelry and small accessories, all just a click away.
This week has brought with it several smart shopping opportunities, and now we have a number of interesting deals and sales to tell you about at Bloomingdale’s. First, the Bloomingdale’s Private Sale is on now through April 26, which means discounts of up to 60% on a huge selection of bags, shoes, clothes and accessories.
When the Fendi Bag Bug came along a few seasons ago, it practically created its own fashion category: the bag accessory. Although bag charms had had pockets of popularity here and there, especially in Asian markets, a high-end worldwide trend like the one going right now is something of a first, and consumers have more options than ever.
If you’re in a shopping mood, we’ve got some good news for you–the Saks Friends & Family Sale has begun, and you can get 30% off a huge selection of goods from some of your favorite brands with code FRNFAM. Most F&F sales offer between 15 and 25 percent, so the big three-oh is indeed cause for celebration.