Traditionally, Dolce & Gabbana is not a go-to source of ultra-formal, ultra-expensive clutches; the brand has generally focused on day bags in the past, with a few evening options here and there. The Dolce woman is one with a lot of events to attend, though, and now the brand is turning out party bags to go along with its party clothes.
I mentioned last week that a set of new Givenchy floral bags had been added to and then promptly removed from Bergdorf Goodman’s website, but now they’re back, ostensibly for good. The print, new for Resort 2015 and hot on the heels of Givenchy’s super-popular camofloral, is dotted with magnolia blossoms and butterflies.
Reese Witherspoon has more or less just given the Salvatore Ferragamo Fiamma Bag her the biggest endorsement ever, short of appearing in an ad campaign for it, of course. Or marrying it. We just saw Reese carrying a burgundy version of this bag last week, and here she is once again, traipsing around LA with yet another Fiamma.
We’re still getting a warm afternoon here and there in NYC, but pretty soon those are going to be gone. As it is, sweater weather has arguably already arrived, as it certainly has for many of you, and nubby knits and comfy sweats are primary on our shopping lists. They’re also front-and-center in this week’s edition of Want It Wednesday.
We’re always interested in what’s going on at Coach. The brand occupies an important spot in the American accessories market, and its visibility to consumers across demographics means that Coach is often a consumer’s first introduction to the concept of luxury bags, and the moves that the brand makes can color many aspirational consumers’ perceptions of the industry as a whole.
Another day, another exciting coupon code to fill you in on. Now through November 2, you can take 25% a selection of skirts and pants, 20% off a selection of tops, shirts and sweaters and 15% off a selection of shoes, handbags and accessories. All you have to do is enter code YOOXREMIX at checkout! On top of YOOX’s existing discounts, that’s a pretty sweet deal.
A perpetually near-death iPhone battery is one of those mundane problems of modern life for which we haven’t quite invented the perfect solution. Desire for thin, light and powerful phones has outpaced battery technology, and the best way to combat it if you use your phone frequently is to use a charger case, but the bulk means most of them are ugly.