Stuart Vevers: A Man of Many Bags

by jen

Even if you don’t recognize the name, you’re already well acquainted with Coach’s new executive creative director Stuart Vevers – you just never realized it. Vevers is a handbag golden Boy of sorts; it seems that every bag design that…

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Are “It Bags” Really Over?

by dan

Ask anyone who takes an interest in the handbag industry, and they will tell you that the late 90’s to the early 2000’s was the pinnacle of the “it bag” era. We all remember the Fendi Spy Bag, which originally…

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Big Ticket Handbags Up for Auction at Christie’s

by belle

When you think of the storied auction house Christie’s, handbags are probably not the first thing to come to mind. Rare paintings, antiquities, and expensive pieces of jewellery are what we’ve come to expect at a big ticket auction, so…

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A First Look At Spring 2015

by dan

With the Spring 2015 collections in full swing in Paris, there are a few trends that appear to be emerging for the warmer months ahead – even if they do seem pretty far away right now. Here are some of…

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Mulberry’s New Pricing Structure

by jen

At the beginning of the summer, British handbag company Mulberry, shocked us all with their public announcement of the alterations they would be making to their pricing structure; an across the board slashing of their baseline prices as a response…

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Paris Fashion Week Fall 2014

by dan

The Paris Fall Fashion Week is historically one of the most-anticipated events on the fashion calendar; designs that are shown on the runways of Paris are oftentimes translated into massive trends that influence even the most storied of the major…

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