Party bags are a tricky subject, no matter the time of year or occasion. Although bag lovers are generally not super price-sensitive (by definition, you can’t really be in the market for a $2,000 accessory and be accurately described as “price-sensitive”), everyone likes to feel like they’re getting a good value, and special occasion bags are just that–for special occasions.
When the holidays arrive, New Yorkers tap into their inner urban woodsman and go shopping for Christmas trees.
Here in New York, we’re just beginning to cruise into the worst phase of the season’s cold weather, and that’s the nicest time of year to see some color. Around now, the city turns into a sea of black wool or nylon coats, and remains that way until at least March, so the Mexico City-inspired reds and pinks of Kate Spade ‘s Pre-Fall 2017 bags were exactly what I wanted to lay my eyes on this morning. The Mexican aesthetic flourishes of this collection aren’t hard to spot, but there’s at least one other influence that jumped out at me: Kate Spade is introducing a design that looks a heck of a lot like the now-discontinued Dior Bar Bag.
Next year we are all going green, according to the Pantone Color Institute. Here’s why.
Turns out photographer Pieter Hugo’s fantastic images of Jamaican porn actors, sex workers, and assorted ‘gully queens’ — so named for the large drain underneath the city of Kingston in which they live — wearing archival pieces by Hood By Air were just the beginning.
Coach celebrates its re-emergence with a flagship on Fifth Avenue, featuring a ceiling conveyor belt, an in-store workshop and a 12-foot dinosaur.
Move over, man bun.
When it comes to picking gifts, “under $500” is a pretty broad category that will probably cover most people on your shopping list, and that’s why we make sure to put together a gift guide on this price range every year.
A new show highlights the contributions of designers of African descent, from Jackie Kennedy’s first wedding gown to Michelle Obama’s Carpool Karaoke garb.
We’ve seen a lot of minis, micros, nanos and so forth in recent weeks, as well as an ample helping of oversized designer totes.