Ginnifer Goodwin stepped out of her hotel the morning after The Met Gala with her black Givenchy Pandora Bag in tow. The Pandora has long been one of my personal designer bag faves, in addition to being a perennial favorite of countless celebs. It boasts what is arguably the most unique silhouette on the market for an everyday bag, and the name of this boxy bag is a particular stroke of designer genius.
Celebrity Style and Fashion(Page 2)
When you think of Gwyneth Paltrow, you don’t exactly think “tech maven”, and yet here she is, looking extra chic at a “Meet the Developer” event at an NYC Apple store. In case you’re still (understandably) confused, Gwyneth was actually the developer in question, as she just recently launched her GOOP City Guides app. Her luxe black bag is a shiny kidskin Tom Ford Natalia Bag carried as a clutch.
Is it just me, or do you feel like we’ve been seeing more of Sienna Miller recently? After her romance with Jude Law finally came to an end, the American press seemed to lose a bit of its interest in her, and according to IMDB, she didn’t act in movies at all from 2009 to 2012 after working steadily for nearly a decade before that.
Here’s Alexa Chung once again, prowling the streets of Manhattan with an adorable black Chanel Mini Classic Flap Bag and a customized Louis Vuitton Mon Monogram Keepall Bag. We just spotted Alexa last week towing her Mon Monogram Pegase Suitcase around NYC. Interestingly enough, her Pegase is customized with completely different colors than her Keepall. You can get your own customized Mon Monogram Keepall for $1,650 from Louis Vuitton.
It should surprise exactly no one that Christian Louboutin was well-represented on the 2013 Met Gala red carpet. Even for celebs who punted on the event’s punk theme (and there were a lot of them who didn’t exactly go for the gusto), adding a pair of Louboutin’s many spiked and studded heels or toting one of his various sharp-edged clutches was a quick way to give a nod to the punk exhibit without actually having to take too many risks or commit to a full look, which is the route that both Miranda Kerr and Jessica Alba went with their Christian Louboutin Marquise Spiked Clutches.
Miranda Kerr was looking quite literary while hitting the pre-Met party circuit this past weekend, carrying an Olympia Le-Tan Book Clutch of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Last Tycoon. Her entire ensemble is very “sexy couture librarian,” don’t you think? You can shop Net-a-Porter’s own mini library of Olympia Le-Tan’s highly collectible clutches here. Our own Megs was just recently debating whether to keep or return her own Olympia Le-Tan Book Clutch – no word on her final verdict just yet.
Here’s Elizabeth Banks, exiting a hair salon in Beverly Hills with a Tod’s D-Styling Bag on her arm. (Am I missing something, or is the “D-Styling” one of the worst names in all of bagdom? It’s a shame too, because I love this bag.) The crisp lines of this supple Italian leather shopper pair especially well with Elizabeth’s preppy denim polka-dotted shirt and cropped rust red skinnies.
It’s not every day that you can get a quality pic of Stella McCartney, dressed to the nines and frozen like a deer in the headlights right outside a seedy London sex shop. Stella was on her way to pal Fran Cutler’s 50th birthday party at The Box in London, carrying a party-ready Stella McCartney Ava Metal Frame Faux Python Box Clutch (of course).
Here’s one of my fave funny gals, Rebel Wilson, mucking about in midtown Manhattan and carrying a Louis Vuitton Mon Monogram Speedy 30 Bag. I love how Rebel’s stripe and monogram customization perfectly match the shade of her lip color. Rebel is the second celeb we’ve seen rocking the Mon Monogram this week – Alexa Chung was spotted ferrying her customized LV suitcase around Manhattan mere days ago.
Eva Longoria isn’t a fashion star in the same way that some of the people we’ve profiled (like Miranda Kerr) are fashion stars, but she’s a celeb who knows exactly what she likes, has a very distinct personal style and rarely deviates from that. In my mind, that’s just as respectable as being in of-the-moment pieces at all times, if not more respectable – it takes backbone and a clear vision of how you want to dress.