Now that it’s fall, the Oscars, Golden Globes and SAG Awards are all mere months away, which means that A-listers and rising film stars alike are making the press rounds to promote their awards season shoo-ins.


Once the air turns crisp, everyone gets excited to pull out their old fall favorites (or stock up on new fall favorites), and apparently this sort of seasonal nostalgia extends to Céline bags. Just think, in mere months our photo service will be awash in bare-legged, sandal-wearing celebrities in the snow.


Paris Fashion Week is, in some ways, the Super Bowl of fashion. Its attendees have played hard all season to get there, and when they’ve arrived, they have to play harder still to come out on top.


Boxy bags are resurgently trendy this week, and celebs seem particularly partial to several beautiful boxy specimens from Mark Cross, Christopher Kane, Les Petits Joueurs, and more. (Strangely, there’s not a single Céline Classic Box Bag in the mix.


Dueling Fashion Weeks should always make for some fantastic celeb handbag voyeurism, and Milan and Paris are definitely delivering. (BTW, have you seen the latest runway offerings from Bottega Veneta, Prada, Fendi and Gucci?


We’re now three-quarters of the way through the Spring 2016 fashion month, which means Milan has just ended and Paris is beginning. Before we move onto all of the beauty bags that will undoubtedly grace the French runways, though, we wanted to take a look back at the Milan Fashion Week’s most notable star style.


The first few big bags for fall are starting to emerge, and a few of the big summer bags may have the longevity to make it until next summer. Only time (and the longevity of any given A-list celeb’s endorsement) will tell.


First of all, props to our fabulous readers for promptly helping us identify the mystery bag from our last celebrity bag round-up. We are eternally #blessed to have your collective bag knowledge and wisdom at our disposal.


Cookie Lyon is not a woman trying to fly under the radar. Not only is Empire‘s heroine a rags-to-riches story, but she spent 17 years in prison in the process, and that kind of forced sacrifice did not inspire in her the desire to go unnoticed.


If you’re one of the literally millions of people impatiently awaiting the season premiere of Empire tomorrow, you know why we’ve convened today to celebrate the handbag stylings of Taraji P. Henson. She plays Cookie Lyon, who’s not only the show’s heart and soul, but also its most fantastic character and the carrier of some of the most notable designer bags on television.