7 posts tagged with isabella fiore
The Many Bags of Miranda Kerr Part 2

I always have a soft spot in my heart for Isabella Fiore because doing a search for one of the brand’s bags is what brought me to PurseBlog for the first time in 2005, and thankfully, its colorful, exuberant designs mostly validate my affection. Fiore’s bags may be a bit boisterous for some people, but if you’re looking to add a strong dose of personality to your wardrobe, there’s scarcely a more surefire way to do it.

The Isabella Fiore Deco Frieda Crossbody Bag is one of the things that the brand does best – although this much beading would normally be reserved for night, the scale and color of this bag makes it an attractive daytime option. (more…)

I think I’m a bit biased in my generalized love for Isabella Fiore, and here’s why. Five years ago when I first joined the Purse Forum, it was to gain more information on an Isabella Fiore bag that I had been eyeing. I eventually bought the bag and decided to stick around the forum for a while, which only had a couple hundred members back then. Half a decade and a couple hundred thousand members later, I’m now a full-time employee of the company; if it hadn’t been for my curiosity over that bag, there’s no telling where I’d be today.

Not that any of that information is directly related to the Isabella Fiore Valentino Satchel, which I like very much. Even if I didn’t have a special place in my heart for the brand, this would still be a pretty cool bag. (more…)

Was Valentino the first handbag company to master the leather flower, or are they just so masterful at it that I fail to remember all those that came before? Either way, more companies are giving it a shot, including the folks behind the Isabella Fiore Belle Fleur Alexandria Hobo.

Is it successful? Well, obviously not as much as your average Valentino bag, but it also costs a lot less. Let’s delve a bit deeper, after the jump. (more…)

Ladies and gentlemen, I’d like to take you back in time for a moment. The year is 2005, I’m still in college, and I stumble across PurseBlog while looking for information on a reasonably priced brown bag to add to my collection. And by “my collection,” I mean the one quasi-expensive handbag that I already had. What I found here and eventually purchased was the Isabella Fiore Whip Flash Audra Hobo, a bag that got me more compliments than any other I’ve ever owned, in any price range.

Flash forward to the present, I’m now a full-time employee and that bag has long since left my collection (although I wish I still had it from time to time). But it looks as though I may have a second chance of sorts, since the Hammitt Los Angeles Topanga Studded Hobo appears to be its 2009 twin. (more…)

Is it just me, or has the whole Ed Hardy/Chrisian Audigier debacle (and that’s really the only word to describe it) ruined tattoo prints for all of us? I’m kind of thinking it’s not just me.

Stuff like what’s found on the Isabella Fiore Peace & Love Rafaella Hobo just doesn’t look modern and interesting anymore, and what’s worse, Audigier’s work makes it look cheap by style association. (more…)

It’s only Monday and I am already thinking about this coming weekend. I don’t have anything in particular planned, but I am pretty sure it is going to involve a night out for a nice dinner. And when it comes to date night, I love sporting a great clutch. There is something so feminine and romantic about a great clutch. No need to worry about the material or the style, a clutch is my go-to for a night out. (more…)

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