Randy Hage — artist, set designer, and former FIT instructor — spends untold hours meticulously, obsessively reconstructing some of New York’s most iconic storefronts, less-iconic bodegas, and random buildings.
I love Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen’s luxury handbag and accessory line, The Row. I just happen to cry every time I see the insanely high price tag attached to one of their handbags that I happen to like. The bag you see pictured here is no different- The Row Floral Beaded Flap Bag! When I first saw the The Row Floral Beaded Flap Bag, I thought it was made of fabric with a simple tapestry-inspired print
The final shows of the fashion season bought some of the most memorable looks to the streets.
Miu Miu designer Miuccia Prada closed out Paris Fashion Week (and Fashion Month) with one of the most theatrical productions of the week.
According to several recent studies, social media, long a haven for selfies and minutiae, could actually increase our capacity to feel for others.
Today we hosted our first-ever live Q & A on PurseBlog .
The “bridal gown whisperer” sees himself as more of a therapist and style guide than a salesman.
Thisispaper describes itself like this, “We value timeless over trendy, few over many and plain over fancy.” It’s a sentiment we can all appreciate, and the Warsaw-based label’s newest collection of bags and carriers reflect this attitude. Not only are the items handcrafted by a small studio team, the assortment is all about hometown pride. In addition to featuring the brand’s hallmark pared-down aesthetic, each bag is printed with the label “Handmade in Warsaw.” Thisispaper even went so far as to print these labels in 14 different languages, just to make sure you get the point across no matter where you travel
Plus: an awkward morning phone call; a brother’s unannounced restaurant switch; and an uncharitable fund drive.
As you all know by now, our third annual National Handbag Day is this Saturday, October 10, and we’re celebrating all week with fun stuff like handbag histories , our favorite PurseForum threads and closer looks at what our bag choices say about us . Today, though, we’re turning over the floor to you. If you want advice on which bag to pick for fall, feel curious about the state of the market or just want to chit chat in general, Megs and I will be in the comments until 2 p.m., answering everything we can, live! If you miss that window, leave your question anyway–we’ll get to as many as we can.
A writer senses a change in her divorced parents’ relationship. Her husband points to their wedding day
I love it when I see my work as a someone’s tattoo. It shows such commitment. I am so flattered
A masterful movie poster does so much more than merely promote a new release to the masses: it creates an aura of anticipation, imparting a feeling that goes much deeper than a simple description or a list of stars ever could.
Is there a designer who doesn’t take photos on the side? How better to reinforce a label’s image? That’s the thinking behind Russian designer Gosha Rubchinskiy’s new book, Youth Hotel ($45), published by Dover Street Market’s IDEA imprint
Giambattista Valli presented an array of Mod Squad floral mini-dresses and pantsuits for his Spring 2016 collection.
Though he’s originally from Fresno, Rick Owens spent much of his misspent youth in L.A. How apropos that he’s just opened his first store there, just down the street from, he says, “a Mexican drag bar where I spent a lot of late, boozy nights 20 years ago.” More than anything, he wanted the space to reflect his twisted view of Hollywood — a kind of brutalist Cecil B. Demille — which he achieved with the help of longtime architect Anna Tumaini
Valentino designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli have been on a celebratory rollercoaster since presenting their Mirabilia Roma couture collection.
No one likes a crying baby, but it shouldn’t be national news when a stranger shows compassion.
Paris Fashion Week is, in some ways, the Super Bowl of fashion. Its attendees have played hard all season to get there, and when they’ve arrived, they have to play harder still to come out on top. By “play harder,” we mean “wear increasingly fantastic and expensive things,” of course
For Spring, Bernhard Willhelm reimagines the fateful fruit shared by Adam and Eve, except instead of an apple the two partake in, it’s a banana. Then Adam pours toffee sauce all over Eve