Prada Handbags are an accessory that are loved by women worldwide. So much can be said about why women are obsessed with Prada Bags, but sometimes words are not necessary, you just have to see one, feel one, carry one and you will understand. While there are many beautiful designer women bags on Love Designer [...]
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Images via Vogue. casino .comIf you only look at one set of detail shots from New York Fashion Week, make it Proenza Schoulerâ€™s. Not even for the bags, necessarily; most of these pieces will come to retail in a very limited way, with the well-known PS1s and PS11s dominating the Proenza handbag landscape. [...]
When I posted about the Alexander Wang Fall 2012 runway bags a few days ago, some of you seemed concerned that Wang was going too grown-up and leaving his young, hip downtown girls behind, at least when it comes to accessories. I promised you then that you shouldnâ€™t fret, and now I have proof [...]
Leandra Medineâ€™s musings on fashion that women love (and men presumably hate) are some of the funniest on the web and never fail to make me smile. She frequently collaborates with designers (those fierce booties in my office post are her brainchild), and one of the brands I discovered through her is Dannijo. Video link [...]
Images via Vogue.com Although Mulberry has brokered its popularity into extraordinary success above and beyond the world of leather goods, the British brand always remembers on which side its bread is buttered: accessories. Mulberry never fails to include lots of goodies in its runway shows for those of us who are more interested in what the models are carrying than what they’re wearing, and Mulberry Spring 2012 included bags of nearly every type imaginably. There were quirky-girly evening bags with sparkly peace sings (the brand has been very successful with the hippie chic look, so I don’t blame them for running with it), the larger leather classics that we know and love in yellow patent that managed to be simultaneously soft and bright, and a couple of new takes on Mulberry’s most successful shape, the crossbody satchel.