While some brands rely on churning out what seems like hundreds of different designs each season, Dior sticks to quality over quantity. Over the past seveal years, Dior has slowly but surely created some of its most sought-after bags, including the Diorama Bag, Be Dior Bag and Dune Bag.
Yesterday was Leap Day, which (as you know) meant February was one day longer and some people were a little confused by the added day to the year. Neiman Marcus wanted to celebrate the day with a deal, and who doesn’t love an excuse for a great deal? Right now, you can spend $50 off most $200 purchases or $100 off most $400 purchases by entering code LEAPYEAR at checkout. Shop quickly, though, because the deal ends at midnight tonight, March 1.
While I don’t share every clothing collection shown during fashion week season, Vlad and I love to share the bags attendees carry to the shows. This New York Fashion Week Vlad and I decided to stay in Florida (where it’s warm and we don’t have to de-thaw every 5 minutes), but we did want to give you a taste of the bags being carried to the show.
kate spade new york always provides a fun atmosphere and show during New York Fashion Week. The Fall 2016 collection was no different, perched high above the NYC skyline in the famous Rainbow Room, Deborah Lloyd took cues from ballet and jazz singers, with models standing on a circular, rotating stage.
We reported last year that Louis Vuitton and Gucci were leading a monogram comeback, and that continues to be the case. Gucci is probably one of the hottest handbag brands at the moment, with everyone carrying and wearing the brand (including Lady Gaga during her amazing Super Bowl opening with the national anthem).
Not long ago, I was carrying my white Proenza Schouler PS1 and my friend remarked how clean and stain-free it is. Fast forward two days later and I checked the back of the PS1 to find pretty noticeable color transfer, most likely from a dark pair of jeans I was wearing during that very same conversation with my friend; the bag now looked dirty and gross.