Happy Friday! It’s time for another edition of the PurseForum Roundup, and this week we have plenty of wonderful bags and conversations in store.
Here’s Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta coming out of a building in NYC, playing the part of exorbitantly wealthy (yet slightly confused) ingénue this week, instead of walking piece of performance art that she was days ago.
You’ll never find weirder, more wonderful designer handbags than you will at a luxury handbag auction.
I can barely believe that Friday is with us yet again. That’s probably because the combination of spending half of the week in a different city and this past week’s change in the clocks has made me completely disoriented and slightly out of sync with the space-time continuum, but maybe some of you guys are right there with me.
I’m a little embarrassed to say that my iPhone has seen much, much better days because I don’t have a bag like the MICHAEL Michael Kors Phone Compartment Crossbody.
Jessica Biel recently attended a MoMA 2013 Film Benefit in NYC while wearing an assortment of exciting Chanel goodies.
As the leaves are changing, so are the contents of your handbag. While we love seeing plenty of cute wallets, sunglasses and pretty iPhone covers, we found ourselves taking a closer look at some of the beauty products you guys are using to keep your skin looking flawless this season.
Last month, I gave you a closer look at my Gucci Bamboo Shopper and promised a full review would follow.
While going through literally thousands of pictures of Alessandra Ambrosio yesterday, one thing struck me above all else: being Alessandra Ambrosio must be a pretty great gig.
This week on TalkShoes, we spotted yet another celebrity wearing a pair of Christian Louboutin So Kate Pumps on the red carpet, which continues to reassure us they’re gradually replacing the Pigalles.
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I’ve been super excited to share the bag I designed with Mackage, and the time is finally here! We’re pleased to introduce the Mackage x PurseBlog Nomad Bag, which I helped design with the hectic lives of modern women in mind.
Mary-Kate Olsen recently carried a staggering $80k(ish) worth of assets in plain sight through LAX…in the form of two alligator bags from her own designer label, The Row.
First, as with all posts covering Celine handbags lookbooks, a caveat: the brand refers to the season that most of fashion calls “resort” as “spring” and the season that most of fashion calls “spring” as “summer.
Personally, I think that right now is a very exciting time of year to want things. Not only are the stores filled with lots of new things, but fall and winter require so much stuff.
Coach’s new Borough bags are HUGE right now – but they’re also very small. Case in point: here’s January Jones, leaving a CVS in LA in a bit of a huff, carrying a Coach Mini Borough Bag.
Depending on your feelings about Halloween, right now is either the most wonderful or most terrible time of the year.
Much has been made, both by us and by our commenters, over Louis Vuitton’s highly publicized strategy shift toward higher prices in hopes of discouraging entry-level luxury consumers and appealing more to customers in the Hermes income bracket.
Even when you have to pay for shipping, farfetch.com is a pretty great resource – the site aggregates the selection at the world’s best designer boutiques and lets you shop them online, and paying to get a bag shipped to you is certainly cheaper than flying to Miami to pick up something from The Webster.
As slow as some Olsen-skeptics are to admit it, The Row is straight-up influential. Not only was it the first brand to convince us that backpacks can a totally chic, high-end trend (and in rather spectacular fashion), but The Row has helped to usher all of fashion toward a minimal sort of luxury that is now catching on across the industry.