If you’ve been following the general flow of New York Fashion Week coverage, you’ve probably picked up on the major 70s thread that’s running through the lion’s share of the notable (and not-so-notable) New York collections. That aesthetic definitely held true at Tory Burch, and especially for the bags.
Yesterday New York Fashion Week began and that means the fashion folk have flocked in from near and far to attend the shows. We’ll be going to some of our favorite shows to seeing the trends for the seasons to come, but one of our favorite aspects is spotting the bags people are carrying to the shows.
On November 14th, Alicia’s best friend Diem Brown lost her long battle with cancer. We shot this feature a few days before Diem passed away, and in it, Alicia speaks of Diem, who she calls her Earth Angel.
Diem founded MedGift.com, a site dedicated to financially supporting those suffering a health-related hardship, and we want to help her dream come true.
When it comes to Chanel shows, we never quite know what to expect from Karl Lagerfeld. For example, the Chanel Spring 2015 show sent a flurry of bags down the runway that were post-modern and protest-inspired.
With slogans like ‘Make Fashion Not War’ and ‘5×5=CC,’ the spring accessories made a huge statement.
For us, a big part of celebrating National Handbag Day is celebrating all of our awesome readers who hang out with us every day to obsess over bags–you guys are what make this possible. The best way that we could think of to say thanks, of course, is with a giveaway of a handbag that all of us would love to have ourselves: a Fendi Petite 3Jours Tote.