It seems like every movie hitting theaters is in 3-D â€“ itâ€™s all about maximum impact. So why shouldnâ€™t our bags follow suit? All of our bags have some degree of volume (although some envelope clutches are more slender than others and some are even pancake-flat), but Iâ€™m talking about bags that are full-on boxes â€“ 4-D! In perfect-square shapes or full rectangles, they definitely make an in-depth impression
Entries Tagged ‘messenger/cross body’
Bag Snob exclusive! Hitting Net-a-Porter tomorrow morning is a new crop of ChloÃ© satchels â€“ seven new styles, to be exact. Think mild updates on their enduring classics
Who knew unabashed free spirit Olivier Theyskens and accessible-basics line Theory would be a match made in heaven? The imaginative has met the practical for the collaboration lineâ€™s second round of bags that are easy on the eyes and easy on the wallet. After springâ€™s foiled metallic messenger, it seems only natural for Theyskens to move on to sequins and chains.
After twenty years in the business, veteran of downtown cool Daryl Kerrigan has finally branched out into bags. Her Fall 2011 collection â€“ a streetwise mix of leather leggings, leafy branch prints, and military-inspired layers â€“ celebrated her anniversary as a fashion designer and introduced her as a new kind of designer: accessories.
Bags of dainty sizes are making a strong comeback, and luckily, lightweight and less space fits into my lifestyle. I have been so spoiled by easy, feathery bags that the thought of dragging a hefty satchel around seems out of the question. Anyway, when bags like Jimmy Choo â€™s â€œRubyâ€ are cropping up to entice me, why would I even want to go big