Christie’s is a name that stands on its own as the world’s premier luxury auction house. From the black dress Audrey Hepburn wore on Breakfast at Tiffany’s to a $106 million Picasso, Christie’s is known for some of the most notable auction sales ever.
When we met Kei Izawa from LXR & Co. in her Soho store at the end of April, I also took a tour of the store and walked through what the shopping experience is like. With so many online resale sites popping up seemingly everywhere, it’s hard to find one that also has a brick and mortar (two in this case: one in LA, one in NYC) location where you can visit the items you’re eyeing in person.
Louis Vuitton has relatively few serious competitors in the logo-splashed, coated-canvas weekend bag category, but by the looks of the Saint Laurent Coated Canvass Holdall Bag, Slimane & Co. might be looking to take a chunk out of the logo giant’s business.
This morning, we’re proud to introduce PurseBlog’s newest feature, the weekly eBay Handbag Roundup. Starting today, we’ll be scouring the nooks and crannies of the world’s biggest auction site to bring you both rare finds that are inaccessible to almost everyone and great deals on handbags that are longtime fan favorites.
Well, March certainly marched on quickly, didn’t it? It hardly seems like an entire month has come and gone, but it has. Our PurseForum members have been busy, as is their custom, and we are all the happier for it. We found plenty of bags, food, accessories, and more this week, and it looks like spring has arrived for most all of our members in this week’s PurseForum Roundup.
After a long and amazing week at South by Southwest, it feels good to finally be back in New York (minus the cold weather, of course). Last Thursday, Amanda and I jetted off Austin to spend a week at SXSW Interactive, attending thought-provoking panels and keynotes, eating tons of delicious food, exploring the city with great bags and making new friends.