As you might have noticed, we didn’t exactly flood the site the New York Fashion Week coverage last week. That wasn’t an oversight; we’ve found that, over the years, you guys really only care about seeing the great bag collections that go down the global runways, as well as the great bags that pop up outside.
If you’ve been following Alexander Wang for more than a season or two, odds are that many of the bags he sent down his Fall 2015 runway this week will look familiar to you. That’s not just because they were mostly re-proportioned takes on two of his most popular shapes, the Rocco and Emile, but because they were black, as all of Wang’s most popular bags have started out being.
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.
This morning marks the opening of another season of shows at New York Fashion Week, and when it’s over, we’ll be moving straight on to the collections in London, Milan and Paris. Although it’s exciting to see new lines debut and new trends take shape, on of our favorite parts of Fashion Week is the opportunity to see how show attendees, both famous and not-so-famous, express their own personal style on the way to and from shows.
During New York Fashion Week, we were lucky enough to get an up-close-and-personal look at the Kate Spade 2015 collection, especially the handbags and shoes. Today, we’re passing that sneak peek to you; the adorable, garden party-perfect bags and shoes below will be available for purchase before you know it.
Now that the Spring 2015 fashion show season has drawn to a close, it’s time to look back, evaluate and separate the notable pieces from the fluff. It seems like more brands stock their shows with handbags every season, and Spring 2015’s best bags include both handbag stalwarts and notable-but-lesser-known accessories brands.