I love Zagliani handbags. This designer knows how to execute exotic handbags perfectly. Each exotic that I’ve seen is gorgeous, well thought-out and completely drool-worthy. The Zagliani Multicolored Puffy Python Bag is no exception.
This isn’t the first time that we’ve seen this shape and design. I covered the Zagliani Medium Python Puffy Bag a while back. Just as I thought that bag was gorgeous, so is this one. In fact, I think I like this one even better due to the multicolored color scheme. This classic style has two top handles and is constructed using pleated python. (more…)
Zagliani is known for injecting their handbags with silicone to add a super buttery feel to the bags. This is true of their python and crocodile bags. But what would make a suede bag from this line special? (more…)
This is the second time today that I came across a handbag that made me say, “oh-la-la”. And actually, I said “oh-la-la” about the same thing. There is absolutely something that I can’t get enough of about this bag. The Zagliani Shiny Python Flap Shoulder Bag is one that I would love to call mine (if it wasn’t for the price tag).
When I look at bags, I usually take a step back and try to figure out what it is about the bag that drew me in. Sometimes this is hard to pick out, but other times, it is blatantly obvious. When it comes to this one, it is the color, or should I say lack of color that drew me in. There is something about this yellow hue that will make the bag work during every single season of the year. Wear a loud outfit and let this bag take the back seat, or use this bag as the focal point of your entire outfit. I’m in love.
The python skin is paired with the shape of this bag flawlessly. While you might wish a more noticeable color was offered, trust me, this bag is timeless. Buy through Luisa Via Roma for $2192.
I don’t think I’ve ever wanted to see a bag in person quite as badly as I want to see the Zagliani Woven Python Art Shoulder Bag. This thing might be completely stunning and awesome, or it might be way overdone and gaudy, and I don’t think there’s really any way to decide right now. I would advise everyone to take a trip over to Luisa Via Roma and use the zoom feature on it, though, because I have a tentative theory about what this bag’s problem may be (if it has one).
I’m guessing that this might be one of those purses that misses the forest for the trees, so to speak. The up-close details are so beautiful and unexpected that I can’t help but stare at this bag’s close zoom-in shots. The further you get away from the bag, though, the more of a mess it appears to be. I want this bag to be breathtaking in person, but with the weaving and the triangular shape and the exotic skin and the combination of colors, it may just be too much all in one. And I like over-the-top, but this just might not work. It’s impossible to say without an in-person viewing, though, so have any of you ladies seen it? Buy through Luisaviaroma for $9,005.
If ever I’ve seen a good reason to have kids, it’s the page of stuff that Saks was calling a collection of reasonable Mother’s Day presents. Sure, there were some things that most kids could have pooled their money and afforded to get for mom, but then there were some things that were absolutely redonkulous (I feel that that’s the only correct term). The most out-of-this-world? The Zagliani Tomodachi Crocodile Tote. This thing is stunningly freakin’ gorgeous, and if having a couple of munchkins would mean that I might, one day, be given something even half as awesome as this bag, then that’s reason enough for me (ok, so maybe not, but go with the joke here, folks). It would take some rich kiddos to put together their piggy banks for this beauty, though, so it might be time for mothers everywhere to increase allowances for the foreseeable future. Buy through Saks for $10,500.
Just the other day (meaning yesterday) as I was sitting here working, I glanced out the window and saw a snake on the windowsill. I wouldn’t say that I am 100% freaked out by snakes, but there is a part of me that gets really freaked out from time to time. Well, yesterday was one of those days. While Megs and Vlad were driving back, that left me here in the office, alone, with that snake (ya, I know, it was on the other side of the window… but whatever). Luckily, it slithered away and I was unharmed (haha). Regardless, when I saw the Zagliani Python Clutch, I was reminded of my slithering friend and had to share it with you.
I know we’ve covered Zagliani Python Clutches in the past and many of you have become fans. I can see the same crowd, if not a larger one take a liking to this clutch. First of all I am in love with the color. It is the kind of shade that can go with so much: use it to dress up an outfit, dress down an outfit, add a little flare to an outfit… I think you get the idea. The shape of the clutch is nice and curvy – actually kind of snakelike if you ask me. There is a central lock closure and one inside zip pocket to stash something important, say, lipgloss?!? And to go just a tad further, there is soft calf leather lining on the inside. I am happy to say that the snake from yesterday is gone, but have to say I’d love to add this python clutch to my collection. Buy through Saks for $1,600.
Because, on saks.com under ‘New Arrivals,’ there is a piece of metallic python so resplendent that it makes me wish I hadn’t written about the Zagiani python clutch so recently. Because this? THIS IS WAY BETTER.
It’s still Zagliani silver python. BUT IT’S A HOBO. That means the Zagliani Python Z Bag contains about a thousand times more beautiful pewter snakeskin surface area, plus I could buy it and wear it every day for the rest of my life, and that? That would make Amanda die happy. I would sit this bag next to me on the couch and have conversations with it. It would watch Project Runway with me (and agree that Blue Cup Dress was easily the best last night and Michael Kors can STFU about coffee filter bodices). I’d hang it on the control board of the elliptical machine at the gym, and it would cheer me on. I’d take it everywhere, and people would ask me what it was and where I got it, and I’d just stick my tongue out and say “I’m not telling! You’re not cool enough to have one! Isn’t that right, beautiful python hobo?” And it would nod solemnly and turn up it’s little metallic nose at all those that THINK THEY COULD HANDLE IT. Because they can’t.