I was thinking about brands that are popular but that I don’t cover that much anymore, and Louis Vuitton came to mind. Like many others, my first high-end designer bag was from the brand, and it was the tiny Wapity Clutch (which I still own and still adore).
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The much-loved, much-anticipated, and much-hated Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. The transformation of Saint Valentine’s Day over many years has turned this holiday into a massive marketing monster–just pop into any store and you will be pummeled with Valentine’s Day food, drinks, gifts and date ideas.
We spend a lot of time looking at bags and sharing beautiful photos of bags around here. We review bags, we swoon over bags, we buy bags. One of the best parts of some of my favorite bags are in the details; a close look at the leather or the stitching gives you an insight into the bag you may not have seen before.
Last week, Amanda kicked off our Ask PurseBlog category, and we’ve received lots of submissions! If you have handbag questions, make sure to send them our way by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
With Stuart Vevers at the helm, Coach is taking great strides in a new direction. A couple weeks ago, Coach hosted its Fall 2015 menswear presentation in London, and Vevers showcased a relaxed, effortless collection.
While Coach under Vevers offers a different direction than many have grown to expect from the brand, his collections so far have featured remixes of American originals with a personal spin.
I’m not a huge Stella McCartney handbag fan. I’ve always loved different aspects of her accessories line, but I tend to find her clothing much more appealing than her bags. Much of that’s because I carry leather bags, and when I look at Stella’s line of vegan bags, there has never been an item that really stands out to me.