If you’ve been contemplating the purchase of a Céline bag for fall, we have some information you’re going to want to consider while you plot. We just got ahold of the brand’s Winter 2015 lookbook (which, confusingly, is the group of bags debuting with what the industry generally refers to as “fall” collections), and we’ve got all the images below, plus pricing for each bag.
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Bag: Valentino My Rockstud Embroidered Flap Bag
Price: $4,395 via Bergdorf Goodman
Why It’s the Bag of the Week: Valentino usually reserves its intricate signature embroidery for runway dresses, so it’s always a pleasure when some of it makes a jump to bags, as it does on this beautifully detailed top handle.
I know two things for sure about Oscar-winning actress Charlize Theron: she loves neutral handbags and hates the paparazzi. Both of those are defensible positions, in my mind, and they’re both clearly on display when you thumb through Charlize’s public handbag history, as documented by the dreaded paps.
It’s hard to believe Alexander Wang has been around for 10 years, but in preparation for celebrating a decade in business, the brand has been getting a little bit nostalgic. Shoppers can vote for their favorite runway looks to be reissued on Wang’s official site, but if bags are more your style, there’s still plenty of nostalgia to go around, and all of it’s in Wang’s signature dark palette.
It’s another Friday, and that means it’s time for another look at the best bag deals the Internet has to offer this week. Sale season has waned a little bit, but we’re still in a period where lots of great stuff is readily available, as long as you’re willing to do a bit of digging.
Good bags don’t come cheap, and for most consumers, it’s important that a potential purchase is practical and usable for more than just a couple months a year. True, year-round versatility is hard to ask from any particular color, but if you don’t want to carry something dark when it’s warm outside or something inappropriately bright when it’s cold, there’s one way to make sure you don’t go wrong: get a metallic.
Being outside in New York yesterday felt like standing inside of a hair dryer. It was hot, humid and completely intolerable, and there’s only more of that on the way as we prepare to enter July. Summer presents all kinds of aesthetic challenges, but one of the toughest is makeup and hair–how are you supposed to get any liquid to cling to your face when it’s 95 degrees outside?