Public relations teams are a major part of the fashion industry and they are the behind-the-scenes masterminds of a brand’s growth and brand-awareness. In this Many Bags Of of series we’re turning the spotlight over to our friends over at Krupp Group.
The Many Bags Of – Celebrities and their handbags
There’s nothing better than meeting the team behind one of our favorite e-tailers, and Shopbop fits that description easily. What’s even better is getting to see the bags the team members carry to work, along with their unique personal styles. There’s no denying the Shopbop ladies are a fabulous bunch, carrying and wearing enviable outfits to their NYC offices.
Before we get started, I should admit something: Rihanna is probably my favorite famous person in the world. She’s gorgeous, she’s talented and she always looks like she’s having a lot of fun, in spite of the constraints of fame. She also has a body that can only be described as “bangin'” and employs it to great effect when it comes to fashion; she’ll try anything, combine anything and then be on to the next look before you can digest what just happened.
Another fashion week has come and gone (this time, Milan Fashion Week), and all that’s left are the great bags to look forward to and the street style shots of the fashion insiders and celebs who attended. We’ll have more on Milan’s most notable runway bags tomorrow, but right now, we wanted to take a look at the best things we saw outside.
Not long ago, former Spice Girl Melanie Brown, better known as Mel B or Scary Spice, made an appearance in one of our bi-weekly celebrity bag roundups. Several of you seemed particularly happy to see her (and she looked totally great and was carrying a beautiful bag), so we took that as inspiration to delve a bit deeper into the handbags she’s carried over her long career.
Kourtney Kardashian is the last of the Kardashian-Jenner clan to get our in-depth bag treatment, but since she just gave birth to her third child a few days ago, we figured we had waited long enough. No time like the present, right?