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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Summer Handbags, Cannes Style

by jen

The Cannes International Film Festival took place in the South of France just a few weeks ago, and if the celebrity handbag choices that were spotted on the red carpet and out and about town were anything to go by,…

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Everything Old Is New Again

by jen

This season, there is one particular handbag design that is experiencing a surge in popularity. The Givenchy Antigona bag has enjoyed a sharp increase in sales this season, despite the fact that the bag has actually been out and about…

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The Top Three Handbag Trends for 2014

by jake

Within this season’s new crop of designer handbags, there are a few standout designs that are currently making waves in the pages of magazines and on the arms of style-makers everywhere. Listed below are our top three. Fringe Fringed handbags…

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Goyard – The St. Louis Tote

by jen

This tote is quite popular in New York and it is getting more popular in the West Coast as well. These totes are hard to find online, but are plenty available in select retail stores. Goyard is mainly known for…

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