Last week, several of Givenchy’s Resort 2015 bags appeared on Bergdorf Goodman’s website as available for pre-order. They were removed shortly thereafter, and although I don’t know why, I know that I’d like them to come back so that I can share them with you–they were great, and there’s a new floral for everyone to obsess over.
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We recently spotted Jaime King carrying a Dior bag that we think is about to become quite popular, and that sparked our curiosity: what else does the model-turned-actress have in her handbag stash? As it turns out, the answer to that question is quite varied.
We’re always on the lookout for bags that push the normal bounds of what consumers are generally expected to pay for a handbag on the Internet, and now we’ve got a promising entrant into that arms race. The Maison Ullens Crocodile Tote, which is billed as an ultra-luxe weekender for very fancy travel needs, will set you back a whopping $56,100.
As most of you know, the interests of the PurseBlog staff extend well beyond handbags, even when we’re still talking about the accessories realm. In this week’s edition of Want It Wednesday, we’re looking at all the bits, bobs, wallets and leather goodies we’d love to load into our handbags (and onto ourselves) now that fall has arrived.
When the first version of the Fendi Buggie Peekaboo made its debut last season, it sold out in a matter of hours and wasn’t replenished after it was gone. If you’ve been irritated with yourself for not snagging one ever since, you’re in luck: a Fall 2014 version of the bag is now available!
Kitsch, quirk and extreme literalness are accessories trends that have survived through multiple seasons and only seem to be gaining steam among both designers and consumers. Mostly these ideas manifest themselves in things that are charming or nostalgic, but it’s a very fine line to cross between a cute and cartoonish Fendi Bag Bug and, well, the bags below.
Word on the street is that there might finally be some good news in the pipeline for Mulberry. The struggling British brand, which has been without a creative director since fan-favorite Emma Hill left over conflicts with former CEO Bruno Guillon, is reportedly eying Johnny Coca, head of accessories design at handbag wunderkind Céline.
Nothing eats away at your sanity than not being able to figure out who made a particular handbag, and when it’s a bag we just keep seeing, that makes it even harder. We spotted one such bag on the arms of several fashion celebs in paparazzi shots outside the Spring 2015 shows, and now we’ve finally figured out what it is and where it can be bought.