Her sample sales are the stuff of legend, but not everyone lives in a place that allows them to shop Rebecca Minkoff’s wares at a deep discount in person. If you’ve been lamenting the loss of those good deals, the Rebecca Minkoff Black Friday Sale is what you need to do with yourself today. Some bags have already sold out, so I don’t want to see any dilly-dallying from you guys.
The current Rebecca Minkoff NYC Sample Sale is still ongoing until Sunday, 5pm EST. If you are in town, we suggest you swing by and score your favorite bags below retail. The SS is located at 14 W 14th Street.
Below are a few impressions I collected on the opening night on Tuesday. Enjoy! (more…)
It is Sample Sale season again! So get your comfortable shoes on, get your patience ready, and get your loot-carrying arms strong, because glorious bags priced much lower than typical sale prices will be piling high. One of our favorite Sample Sales to attend and host is Rebecca Minkoff’s, and this year is no different. We will be there to meet all of you and check out all the Rebecca Minkoff goodies ourselves and hope to see many of you there as well. For the Rebecca Minkoff + PurseForum VIP Night this year you need to RSVP, so click on the link below and let the RM team know you are planning to attend.
This is my favorite phase of our exclusive bag design collaboration with Rebecca Minkoff thus far, because in Phase III we get to see the brand new bag designs Rebecca and her team have developed! …
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Phase I of of PurseForum + Rebecca Minkoff Exclusive Bag Design Collaboration took the PurseForum readers and voters by storm. The overwhelming number of votes went to the coveted Satchel, which we all know Rebecca Minkoff designs amazingly. Phase II is well underway and this is the phase I have been most excited about.
Have you ever wanted to tell a designer EXACTLY what you want to see in a handbag? How you prefer adjustable straps or tech-friendly pockets or a zipper top? Now is your chance, and I am not sure anyone has been able to say this before. With the help of every reader, customer, and Rebecca Minkoff fan girl, the final bag design will take into account your direct feedback.
Time is running out for an unprecedented opportunity, one in which you can speak to a designer and tell her what you want to see. With your votes and direct input, the finished product may be exactly what you are looking for. How amazing is that?
You have no idea how excited I have been while sitting down with the Rebecca Minkoff team to come up with an opportunity that has never been seen before in the handbag world! We knew we wanted to collaborate on a bag design, but it was super important for us to include Rebecca’s very first fan base, the PurseForum Minkettes, in the process. We took it a step further from simply allowing the fans to be part of designing an existing bag, because the finished product will be a brand new shape and style. And since we are taking it back to the original fan base, we are also taking production back to a domestic factory. That means this bag will be made in the USA!!
There will be many phases of voting and you do not want to miss any of them. Your vote is going to help create a bag that will walk the Rebecca Minkoff runway show in February. What are you waiting for?! Vote in Phase I now!
Our community PurseForum is teaming up with Rebecca Minkoff in a project the likes of which handbag lovers have never seen before. Starting tomorrow, Monday the 10th of October, PurseForum.com will launch a three-week collaboration …
Rebecca Minkoff Chetah M.A.C, $395 via Rebecca Minkoff
Probably one of my favorite bags ever from Rebecca Minkoff is the M.A.C. clutch. Spacious yet compact, the RM team has released this bag in a plethora of designs and materials to give every Minkette the perfect option. From tons of zippers, to metallic snakeskin, to animal prints, I own four Morning After Clutches. I want to make it five by adding the Rebecca Minkoff Cheetah Haircalf M.A.C. to my collection. (more…)
One of our favorite designers (and new mommy to a baby boy), Rebecca Minkoff, will be running her first print ad in October’s debut issue of Style.com Magazine. Always ahead of the curve, Rebecca Minkoff has decided to turn to her fans to help create the ad by submitting Instagram photos of their Rebecca Minkoff items.
To make sure the RM team sees your entries, simply tag every photo on Instagram that you want to enter with #RebeccaMinkoff between now and October 1. I am already taking photos (shown above) and hope to see many of you participate as well. Some of their favorite entries will be included alongside professional shots of accessories and her Resort 2012 collection.
Also, make sure to follow our photo stream on Instagram, username: purseblog.
Yes, I just used pirate talk in the title of a post. Unlike Amanda, I did not go to journalism school, so my chemistry and psychology professors from college won’t be mad at my word choice in the title, however they may still be questioning what I am doing with my life.
What I am doing is telling you about this crazy cool Rebecca Minkoff bag that I saw in the showroom recently and found myself oddly attracted to. Skulls made a major appearance in the fashion world a couple years ago and seem to be making a slight resurgence. The Rebecca Minkoff Skull Knit Tote pairs the rockin’ look of skulls with knit in an unlikely but welcomed combination. (more…)
If there’s one thing you should note about Rebecca Minkoff Spring 2012, it’s how well the handbag maven knows her customers. Her Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week New York runway show seemed to be actively daring “Minkettes” …
It warms the cockles of my cold little blogger heart to see contemporary brands expanding into luggage in creative ways. First came the Lulu Guinness suitcases covered with her signature molded lips, and now we have the Rebecca Minkoff Skull Suitcase. I’d like one of each, please.
I’m not much of a crafty girl, but the trompe l’oeil knitted look of the pattern (indeed, other bags in this collection are actually made out of a woven material) provides just enough kitsch to balance out the tough look of a skull and crossbones. Instead of weaving, the bag is made of durable coated canvas that might actually survive a trip through the airport ringer. (more…)