I was talking with a friend last night about when she used to be a personal shopper and bought a bunch of bags for people in the “it bag” heyday. Those days have left us now, and the most recent bag or designer that could be considered anything close to an “it bag” is Mansur Gavriel.
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In 1999, Pierre Hardy was created, starting with women’s shoes and following in 2006 with the introduction of handbags. Since then, the brand has made waves in the accessories world, adding a modern, geometric twist to the sometimes staid worlds of designer handbags and shoes and created a cult following in the process.
Once September hits, brands begin to prep for the holidays, which means the major shopping season is upon us. It also means Louis Vuitton has released its Christmas Animation, and for 2015, the witty and colorful limited edition line is dubbed the Louis Vuitton Evasion Collection.
Alessandro Michele was promoted from head accessories designer to creative director at Gucci just before the Fall 2015 collection was set to debut. Many eagerly awaited the debut of Gucci’s new direction, and Michele did not disappoint; his debut was full of 70s glamor and relaxed luxury.
Yesterday, Coach celebrated 75 years of craftsmanship with its first-ever runway show in NYC. It felt only right that Coach, a brand that has a close relationship with NYC’s High Line, built a custom venue on top of the elevated park.