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As much as I love cobalt, it’s one of those colors that you only need a little of to make a statement. Anything more than that would cause serious shock and awe (and not the good kind). You pack a bigger punch with a jolt of electric color rather than a full-on current, so choose just one piece to layer with... Show More Summary
It’s moving day! Have you visited Snobessentials.com yet? Take a look at our new home here… The post Snobessentials.com Launches Today! appeared first on Bag Snob.
This Claire Vivier can help tide me over while I’m working on getting my Givenchy. It’s a mini version of sorts – the cow print I love at a price point I love just as much! Claire Vivier can always be relied upon for guilt-free indulgences, and this is one that will get tons of use. The post Claire Vivier Mini Haircalf Bag: Guilt-Free by Association appeared first on Bag Snob.
And now for the conclusion of our LVR Style Lab series! As I said last month, Giuseppe Zanotti’s bags are getting better and better with each season. In terms of function, I still think his jeweled clutch ($1,275) is hardware heavy (you could really hurt someone with this!), but it was so perfect with this outfit and the event’s punk theme. Show More Summary
The bespoke Flavia minaudière by Edie Parker is for the snob who really has every bag. Just look at the ladies who have already been snapped with it in hand: Anna Dello Russo and Giovanna Battaglia are fans of flaunting their monikers with it. Show More Summary
Fashionista talks to Tina about travel essentials (and horror stories!). Shoe Snob goes Hollywood. The Cut says that men hate wedges (even more than Uggs…). Too bad! Couture Snob covers the long and short of it. Vogue goes inside Alex Wang’s takeover of Balenciaga. The post Web Snob July 5, 2013 appeared first on Bag Snob.
Bursting with a vast palette of colors, skins, and motifs, Nancy Gonzalez’s latest Resort collection puts most others to shame. But what makes most excited is the prospect of hopping on her mini-bag train, a la the Cristina and two new bag shapes. Show More Summary
Fashion people love a good juxtaposition and few fashion weeks bring them out like the Paris Couture shows. From the out-of-this-world runway looks to the high-contrast street scene, it’s a delicious eyeful. Some street-style stars, like Caroline Issa, perfect their unique take on insouciant yet ladylike glam. Show More Summary
We’re excited to announce the launch of Snobessentials.com! It’s crazy to think that our blog started eight years ago as a fun hobby to indulge in while our babies napped. All we wanted was a place to share our lifelong love of bags, never expecting the incredible experiences that would follow. Show More Summary
It’s only natural that I wish there was more to this bag, but then again, I love the shape. It’s a totally relaxed take on a bucket tote but it’s not a bona fide hobo. Essentially, it’s an easy throw-around bag that’s got more personality (and somehow more elegance) than your average big bucket. The post Marni Hobo Bucket Bag: More or Less appeared first on Bag Snob.
Nubby knits have never looked so seductive. No exaggeration. I am OBSESSED with cableknit embossing on the latest Chanel Boy, out of the Pre-Fall collection, which Karl aptly unveiled in Linlithglow, Scotland back in December. The location...Show More Summary
We’re used to seeing Thalé Blanc’s signature cheetah decorating Deborah Sawaf’s clutches, but here she’s gone a little sweeter with tiny brass butterflies. These gorgeous embellishments decorate the bag with 3D wings – even the plexi...Show More Summary
For most people, summer just started. But in the fashion industry, summer is SO over. Yes, it’s hard to live in the moment when you’re constantly thinking ahead. The post Rebecca Minkoff Owen and Skylar Studded Woven Bags: Rock and Weave appeared first on Bag Snob.
As a regular bag, I wouldn't use this. But as a carry-on, gym duffel, or overnighter, it’s perfect. Especially because it has a detachable shoulder strap, which makes for hands-free travel, wherever you go. The post Karl Lagerfeld Bowletto Expandable Leather Tote: Bowled Over appeared first on Bag Snob.
Red alert: one of my favorite summer bags has gone on sale and not a moment too soon! If you’ll be traveling a lot this summer like me, you’ll want a chic, sizable tote to get you through the all crazy airport lines and mad dashes. The defined structure of Smythson’s colorblocked Cooper will keep you looking put together on these frazzled days. Show More Summary
With the pink punk exterior and signature red lining, Christian Louboutin’s colorful Loubiposh is just the high-octane bag you want for summer. Though hot hues aren’t typically considered neutrals, anything goes this season. It’ll coordinate with all of your cute minis, and bring a shot of color that blacks, whites, and nudes simply do not. Show More Summary
Forget JT – Mrs. Timberlake is the headliner today! Pulling off a high-low combo of sweats with Roger Vivier’s ultra-luxe Cabas Prismick is no easy feat. I almost fell off my chair when I saw the bag’s price, but before you start crying a river, take stock of the features. The post Jessica Biel x Roger Vivier Cabas Prismick: Headline Act appeared first on Bag Snob.
It’s called the Primo for a reason: bags don’t get much more beautifully made than this. Myriam Schaefer is understated Parisian quality at its best. And with a little wink of whimsy, courtesy of the circular cutouts (inspired by vintage watch straps from the 1930s), it doesn’t take itself too seriously. Show More Summary
Prepping for a fun getaway this summer? Tina Craig shares vacation tips with Fashionista‘s David Yi - everything from trip essentials to her nightmare travel story! Read the full interview here… The post Summer Fridays: On Vacation with Bag Snob appeared first on Bag Snob.
Let me just say I want this like you do not believe…but I’m having issues with the price. An age-old dilemma. Givenchy tacks on $1,000 to the Antigona’s price tag for the incorporation of pony skin. But I’m in love with the cow print. It feels younger than leopard; even zebra has an older vibe [...]Show More Summary