Fendi Black Patent Leather Crossword Clutch
If you pay close attention to Fendi designs, you’ll see how the luxury brand takes innovation very seriously. The Fendi Black Patent Leather Crossword Clutch is a great example of that. This women’s clutch is designed with patent leather, however, that is not its outstanding feature. It features a unique crossword design that lends a distinctive charm to the clutch. This clutch also has silver toned cutaway handles for an easy grip.
Fendi Black Leather 3Jours Tote
A beautifully structured and slick bag, the Fendi Black Leather 3Jours Tote is the definition of luxury design. This tote is created with black leather and features enameled bars that makes the trapeze structure more defined. A rather roomy design, this women’s tote is the perfect accessory for your work outfit as it offers ample space for all your essentials, from your iPad to your files.
Fendi Multicolor Stripe Print Leather Micro Peekaboo Bag
Fendi has created a plethora of iconic bags over the years under the guidance of the fashion guru Karl Lagerfeld. However, one of their most famous bags is their peekaboo bag. The structured frame of this bag is what makes it so desirable. The Fendi Multicolor Stripe Print Leather Micro Peekaboo Bag is a revamped version of the classic bag. Splashed with a stunning colour scheme, this bag is sure to turn heads when you’re walking down the street or enter a room because of its captivating design.
Fendi Black/Silver Resin Logo Box Clutch
Modern, innovative, and sophisticated, the Fendi Black/Silver Resin Logo Box Clutch truly has a unique charm. This box clutch is designed with resin, which gives it a smooth and glossy finish. The most distinct feature of the bag is the bold FF logo that is designed in silver resin. This clutch is perfect for those night outs with your girls for it’s versatile and compact design, which will complement an array of outfits.
. Fendi Red Calfskin Leather Embellished Petite 2Jours Tote
Inspired by the classic 2Jours silhouette, the Fendi Red Calfskin Leather Embellished Petite 2Jours Tote is made with red calfskin leather for a unique look. The original 2Jours Tote was created by designer Silvia Venturini Fendi. The idea of this collection is to capture dualism. The bold embellishment on the bag is made from mink fur and gives this bag a distinctive look.
The new collection sees some of our favourite styles shrunk to micro proportions! The Micro Seaton’s sleek lines are enhanced by the refined equestrian-inspired detailing of the signature Rider’s Lock. Tiny in size but still practical in function, it features internal credit card slots to keep essentials secure and the shoulder strap can be adjusted as desired or completely removed.
Mulberry released to shoppers Johnny Coca’s first handbag designs as creative director of the British label, and this week, the brand has debuted something that may prove even more interesting to longtime fans: the brand new Mulberry Bayswater, which is Coca’s take on Mulberry’s most popular style. Don’t worry, he didn’t change it too much.
Mulberry has attracted acclaim for its fine leather goods – its bags in particular – since it was founded in 1971. The men’s bags and accessories are constructed from the best leathers resulting in an elegant and masculine look.
Mulberry hopes this Bayswater will match the original’s desirability and it is already attracting plaudits; Vogue said it made the old one look like ‘a fake picked up on New York’s Canal Street [a place famous for its fakes],’ noting that, at £895, it costs the same as the original.
For Mulberry, which for so long represented the best of British craftsmanship, the update is part of a concerted campaign to revive its fortunes after a spectacular fall from grace. Its new weapon is Spanish-born creative director Johnny Coca, hired last July.This bag comes with an adjustable and removable shoulder strap.
It’s well known among lovers of Hermes that getting your hands on a coveted Birkin bag is no easy task. Rumors have spread among forums and in discussions about lengthy waiting lists, a prior and extensive purchase history, and a lot of luck being required to even have a slight chance of purchasing a Birkin directly from Hermes.
What was so interesting about this investigation was the range of excuses provided to each of the three women who entered three separate boutiques and concessions. There didn’t seem to be a uniform response provided by the Hermes sales assistants, with many of the women left even more confused by their experiences.
The first ‘regular’ woman entered the Hermes concession in Selfridges, London, and informed the sales associate that she has “yearned to own a Birkin or Kelly” and was “at last in a position to so it.” The immediate response was that none were available in the store, even to view. When pressed further, the ‘regular’ woman was told that other Hermes stores ‘may’ have some in stock but that it was impossible for the sales associate to have access to that information, even a phone call was out of the question. Upon further questioning, the ‘regular’ woman was informed that maybe there will more coming into the concession but the time frame is unknown and the waiting list is a thing of the past, with Birkins and Kellys sold on a first come, first served basis.
The second attempt by a ‘regular’ woman to purchase a Birkin occurred at the same Hermes concession in Selfridges and in the New Bond Street store, both of which are located in London. The first stop was the concession in Selfridges who inform the customer that they ‘are not selling handbags today’ and they ‘don’t communicate’ with other stores. Trying her luck at the store on Bond Street, our ‘regular’ woman again requests to see a Birkin or Kelly bag and is met with the response that there are ‘none in stock’. Pressing him, she asks when they might arrive and is informed that the staff are unaware of what is on deliveries from Paris. A last ditch attempt to get on a waiting list is met with rejection as is an attempt to provide contact details. Instead the woman is told she should pop in every day on the off chance one has arrived on a delivery from Paris.
The third attempt by a ‘regular’ woman to purchase a Birkin directly from a Hermes store occurred in Manchester, United Kingdom. She tells the sales associate she has inherited some money and would like to take a look at a Birkin bag. The immediate response is that there are none in the store and the waiting list was closed two years ago due to high demand. The sales associate also confides that they have never had any in the Manchester store and she has only heard of rare occasions when someone has got lucky in a London store.
One of designer Alessandro Michele’s best tricks is simultaneously letting consumers feel like they know exactly what to expect from his new Gucci collections, but also that they have no idea what to expect. He has become so effective at those seemingly contradictory pursuits by building a vast aesthetic world at the brand, which is also one that can go in any new direction, at any time. 80s video games? MLB logos? The bizarre and macabre? All in a day’s work, and all on the runway at Gucci Fall 2018 yesterday in Milan.
Arguably the most notable accessories in the show were the faux severed heads, made in the image of the models who carried them. The whole show had a bit of a morbid medical feel to it, but when it came to the bags, things were a little more conventional. The lineup included a number of pretty flap bags on chain straps, as well as a new, basketball-shaped bag and some nylon backpacks and fanny packs that pulled through the 80s references from the Spring 2018 show. Check out all the runway bags below.
Gucci Resort 2018 Collection was recently held at the Palatine gallery of the Palazzo Pitti in Florence, Italy, a place brimming with rich historical Renaissance influences. The collection specifically focused on an ancient Classical theme which reminds us of the glorious days of the Renaissance period. And what better way to accompany their haute couture than with a pair of bag accessories?There are several attention grabbing bags from Gucci Resort 2018 Runway Bag Collection, which deserves to be talked about and one of which is this new bag with an iconic design.
This rectangular shaped shoulder bag features the label’s well-famed original GG ,canvas diamond pattern, which is known as a symbol of luxury and has been a style staple in the Gucci line since the mid 1960’s. The GG canvas diamond pattern on the other hand is perfectly complemented by the iconic green and red web stripe placed in the middle, a design found in the straps of Gucci’s Original GG canvas tote. The bag is later finished off with a smooth leather all around the edges while the interlocking GG logo is placed in the upper middle portion for instant brand recognition. It also features a gold-tone chained shoulder for easy shoulder and across the body carrying.