The stars aren’t exactly blowing me away with their bag choices this week, but there are still a few celeb picks worth peeping at in this bag roundup, including a brand new Chanel bag that we’ve only seen on the arm of a celeb once before.
Celebrity Style and Fashion
By “yesteryear”, I mean, of course, 2014. Two of 2015’s hottest new designer bags continued to gain steam this week (not going to name names; all will be revealed within), and a few of our faves from last year appeared on the arm/general vicinity of Karlie Kloss, who made it home from Paris Fashion Week.
Before we get started, I should admit something: Rihanna is probably my favorite famous person in the world. She’s gorgeous, she’s talented and she always looks like she’s having a lot of fun, in spite of the constraints of fame. She also has a body that can only be described as “bangin'” and employs it to great effect when it comes to fashion; she’ll try anything, combine anything and then be on to the next look before you can digest what just happened.
Our first celeb bag round-up of the week features a LOT of basic black bags, but thankfully there are enough exciting new reiterations of some of your old favorites to whet any bag lover’s metaphorical appetite. And there are appearances by Duchess Kate AND Miley Cyrus, which is reason enough to click through, really.
All good things must come to an end, and unfortunately, the same applies to Paris Fashion Week. The Fall 2015 runway was full of innovative footwear, but much of the real excitement was off the runway. Some of our favorite celebrities put their best foot forward, and that makes for some swoon-worthy shoe spotting.
That’s it, guys–another Paris Fashion Week is in the books. It’s always the most glamorous of the four global fashion weeks, and it always attracts the most celebrities and fashion insiders (and, of course, their best bags) of the four fashion month pitstops.
Celebrities were a little standoffish with paps this week, even the ones whose continued relevancy rests in the hands of the paparazzi almost entirely. But hey, the sun is finally peeking out in NYC, and Paris Fashion Week is still going on in Paris, so I don’t begrudge them if they feel they have better things to do than vogue for enthusiastic street photogs the world over.
Fame requires a lot of legwork. Sure, once you’ve made it, someone will usually send a car to ferry you from place to place, but there’s still a fair bit of hoofing involved if you want to stay relevant. That’s why so many of the snapshots we feature are of celebrities dashing through airports, in and out of studios and around throngs of fans.