This coming Saturday, October 10th, is the 3rd annual National Handbag Day which is a holiday we founded just over three years ago and is recognized by Chase’s Calendar of Events. That’s right, we made our holiday offical and we’ve had so much fun celebrating our love of handbags with you the past two years.
When you think of Chanel, the Classic Flap and timeless appeal comes to mind. We’ve shared 10 reasons to own a Chanel Flap and have a comprehensive Chanel Classic Flap bag guide in the past. But another iconic piece from the brand is the Chanel Two-Tone Shoe, which was created in 1957 by Gabrielle Chanel.
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.
We’ve been updating the PurseBlog Picks page multiple times a day recently to help you update your fall wardrobe. Megs has opted for pretty neutrals like a leather Calvin Klein Collection dress and a perfectly cute Gucci bag. We also know that pretty light blue hues look great against deep fall colors, so don’t miss these blue bags. If you need to up your beauty game, there are quite a number of picks coming later today that will help!
New York Fashion Week isn’t done yet, and the big buzz yesterday surrounded Coach‘s first-ever runway show, which was held on NYC’s High Line. We were there to snap the best bags on the runway (we shared those earlier today!), as well as on the arms of the ladies attending the shows throughout the day.