TGIF! Celebrate with our roundup of the week’s biggest news… Read the full post Web Snob March 7, 2014 which appeared first on Snob Essentials .
Jeremy Scott’s first collection for Moschino made a big splash at Milan Fashion Week thanks to designs inspired by American brands like Budweiser, Hershey’s, and yes, McDonald’s. I was intrigued by his jacket bags, but I can’t say I would wear any of these overcooked looks.
There was a time not long ago that when it came to bags, Phoebe Philo could do no wrong. But even brilliance can go tired and give way to the mundane; there are peaks and valleys (and I trust there’ll be another peak!).
I have complained that Anya Hindmarch veered too far off into Novelty Land with her Capri Sun-lookalike foil-pouch clutch, but her sense of adventure isn’t all bad. Actually, she’s proven she has a real sense of savvy and even outright originality for the spring season.
Our fashion news roundup today features the front row at Miu Miu, Chanel bag prices, and shrink wrapped models. Read the full post Web Snob March 6, 2014 which appeared first on Snob Essentials .
Another week, another set of swoon-worthy celebrity bags! Let us know who’s carrying your favorite in the poll… Read the full post Celebrity Bag Roundup: Rock the Vote which appeared first on Snob Essentials .
I say this with confidence: When it comes to mastery of the craft and virtuosity of divine execution, Maria Grazia and Pierpaolo are unparalleled. In a most emotional Fall 2014 show, the pair made their inspiration felt by each and every onlooker: unconventional women deeply rooted in a moment of change. Read the full post Valentino Fall 2014 Collection: Rome is Where the Art Is which appeared first on Snob Essentials
Today we report on Suzy Menkes leaving the International New York Times, Oscar coverage, and paper dresses. Read the full post Web Snob March 3, 2014 which appeared first on Snob Essentials .
Excuse me! When did Ferragamo get this good? Actually, forget good
My favorite dressmaker may just become my favorite bag maker yet. Watch this video I made backstage of the Classico bag. The man is pushing envelopes, literally