SHOP THE LOOK: SPRING HAS KINDA SPRUNG

Farewell colder climate, hi daylight! We are in a peculiar climate design where it changes from cold-to-warm-to-cold again until we at last hit multi day that is over 60 and we ask it remains as such. Dallas hit a strong 80 degrees today and Chicago is in a polar vortex. While we are in this bewildering period, Oscar de la Renta and Tina conveyed some genuine outfit motivation to the individuals who are truly battling with the progress: winter whites and blues yet make it spring!

I’ve generally observed blending a weave with a mid year piece like shorts or a skirt is a fun mix of the two seasons. With that, white booties have now turned into a storage room staple for throughout the entire year.

Shop this look beneath!

Toile Du Jouy Leather Tro Bag

Diane von Furstenberg Beatrice Wool Sweater

GANNI Hand Knit Wool and Mohair Sweater

Oscar De La Renta Floral Toile Skirt

Flynn Skye Presley Floral Maxi Skirt

STUART WEITZMAN Ankle boot

Seychelles White Floodplain Booties

The Streetwear Craze Continues With Mulberry’s Fall 2019 Runway Bags

2019 is the time of new Mulberry

Throughout the end of the week, Mulberry appeared its Fall 2019 accumulation, and however it wasn’t very sack driven, the packs that came down the runway furnished us with further understanding into Riccardo Tisci’s new Mulberry. Tisci has kept on making his imprint at Mulberry, and it’s unimaginably obvious with his most recent accumulation for the brand. Tisci has dependably been roused by streetwear, and his fondness towards it was ever-obvious amid his staggering rule at Givenchy.

There were body sacks, cross-body packs, organized packs and logos in abundance. Most curiously, Mulberry’s notable checkered example was perceptibly missing from Tisci’s packs. The best handle day sacks from past accumulations are organized, however smooth, emerging in striped shading blocking. The accumulation likewise included stitched, and finished cowhide fold sacks, total with Mulberry’s new ‘B’ equipment. Different renditions have all the earmarks of being screen printed, decorated with ‘Mulberry’ in enormous, intense lettering.

Givenchy Introduces Its Newest Bag on the Fall 2019 Runway

It’s known as the Eden, and it comes as a belt sack as well…

At the point when another planner takes the rules at a noteworthy style house, it here and there takes a couple of seasons for them to make their mark. Clare Waight Keller assumed the job of Creative Director at Givenchy over eighteen months back, and a couple of seasons in, it’s sheltered to state she has made her imprint. Despite the fact that her first enormous pack structure for the brand wasn’t absolutely pivotal, Waight Keller has relentlessly discovered her furrow at Givenchy.

For Pre-Fall 2019, the brand presented another sack under Waight Keller’s bearing, called the Mystic Bag, and for Fall 2019, another new style has risen, and I like it. As per Givenchy’s Instagram, this pack is known as the Eden Bag, and it became the overwhelming focus on the runway at Paris Fashion Week.

This new shoulder sack is either square or rectangular fit as a fiddle, contingent upon the size—and there were a couple of them—with adjusted edges and a fold conclusion. It’s done with what has all the earmarks of being a turncock conclusion and the Givenchy logo. There is a scaled down form of the Eden sack just as a belt pack adaptation, and the sack shows up in numerous manufactures.

Stroll on the Wild Side With All the Animal Prints

The global road style scene has started to take after a genuine zoo, as design month showgoers ventured out a month ago in one unconventional creature print after another. This full-throttle fierceness likewise advanced onto the runways. See the hilter kilter zebra-and cow-like printed dresses from Versace’s ongoing Pre-Fall accumulation, in addition to the dark red snake and panther coats layered over each other at Paco Rabanne’s Fall 2019 show. The last hyper-directional look started a prompt want to heap on the prints—the more, the merrier.

At the end of the day, there’s never again any need to pick between panther or zebra or dairy animals to get the realistic look existing apart from everything else. The mystery lies in tolerating the visual tumult. Why not experiment with a panther print leotard and a panther print skirt for a ’80s vibe? Or on the other hand snakeskin pants with a pony printed poplin for even more a Mick Jagger thing? When it gets down to metal tacks, there is actually no incorrect method to do it. All you need is a little demeanor.

ALL THAT GLITTERED AT THE VMAS

ALL THAT GLITTERED AT THE VMAS

The VMA’s quickly whizzed by last week and I think you’ll agree it was all about Jennifer Lopez, who was officially declared MTV legend. In age-defying style, J.Lo (who is proudly forty-nine) bopped through her famous pop works better than most twenty yr olds – which is an achievement unto itself #jlogoals!!

These kind of events are notoriously thin on bag pics, though. Many celebs can’t or won’t become weighed down by exertion in the way of clasping or clutching…anything, at least for photo ops. On these nights, their only directive is definitely to have fun and look fab. It’s not clear to me why celebs choose to discriminate their poor hand bags out of picture pictures; don’t they want to end up being snapped looking more fab? That’s one of life’s mystery I’ll just have to deal with.

Check out our rundown of the best looks on the VMA reddish colored carpet!

Jennifer Lopez

Stalvey Lizard Top Handle 2.0, $4,800
Versace may not be my favorite thing in the world but…it’s JLO and she can pretty much use what she damn well pleases! Appreciate that she juxtaposed with a low key structured bag by Stalvey, an American high-class brand that specializes in luxurious American-made exotic luggage. Definitely a designer to watch for you bag snobs.

Nicky Hilton

Oscar de la Renta Orb Crystal Embroidered Velvet Clutch Bag, $1,990.00

Nicky is seen arriving to the ceremony with an Oscar de la Renta glistening orb clutch, which was the perfect topper to her youthful glam girl appearance.

Karlie Kloss

Judith Leiber Couture Clutch

Karlie Kloss knows how to do a good crimson carpet look, and this is a counting demonstration of it. She’s wearing a form fitting stunner by Elie Saab with a matchy clutch by red carpet expert, Judith Leiber.

Audrina Patridge

The Ex reality star from The Hills and The City made an appearance at the VMA’s and reunited with former cast members Spencer and Heidi Pratt. It made us nostalgic for the OG days otherwise known as the simple life of actuality TV.

Hayley Kiyoko

Rising superstar Hayley Kiyoko received a Push Artist of the Year award, which is a new MTV category awarding burgeoning artists. I must confess I got never heard of Hayley before this, but I’m sure I’ll be seeing more of this young talent.

Cardi B

Rap darling Cardi B turned up the heat in post baby body and looks in stunning form. I don’t mind the dangerously high slit, even though I’m sure some were jaw-gaping appalled. But considering her predecessors (Lil Kim’s nipple fringe) I’d say she looks perfect for the occasion considering she just pushed a little individual out of her.

Sza

The American Singer/Songwriter was a contender for the Drive Artist for Year Award, that was awarded to Hayley Kiyoko. But in our book, she’s a winner in that Rodarte dress!

Kylie Jenner

Stalvey Alligator Best Handle 2.0, $12,500
My favorite look of the night was Kylie Jenner’s suiting design by Tom Ford. The youngest of the Kardashian/Jenner clan caused a bit of an internet stir because she looked bored during Jlo’s epic efficiency for the night time but taking into consideration she’s a new mama, we will give her a move.

Jennifer Lopez

I swore I would never use this term. It’s what the youth of today would describe as ‘slaying’. Put simply, she’s killing it, another term I never thought I’d use but hello, how else would you describe this?! J Lo received the MTV Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award in a slinky chainmail outfit (again by Versace) and SHUT IT DOWN.

THIS BAG IS PERFECT FOR FALL

One of my fav things about covering bags for Bag Snob is that I get to discover new and emerging brands in the handbag world. I get especially excited when they skew indie contemporary brands. These days, is it really necessary to spend a pretty penny on a luxury bag? A slew of indie entrants are popping up to collectively answer us with a no!

Meet one such brand – Lutz Morris. Founded by German native, Tina Lutz, the brand focuses on beautifully handcrafted leather goods. Lutz connects with German artisans, well versed in their craft to create elevated, timeless pieces while also preserving the generations of knowledge in fine leather production.

These bags are stunning in its simplicity, and I’ve got keen eyes on the Maya. Elegantly understated, the Maya is a cross body with a front side in glossy croc-like finishing that really makes it standout. While it’s not real, it takes a skilled leather technician to treat calf leather and make it look both refined and luxe, and by the looks of it, the Maya perfectly embodies both.

The bag opens to gusseted sides and 7 slots for your credit cards, which probably suggests you should nix bulky wallets altogether. I love the very idea of a contained, clean look and the only logo you will see is a minimally printed ‘Lutz Morris’ on the back slip pocket. It comes with a thick detachable strap, which I probably wouldn’t remove. Measuring 7’’ it might be a bit too big as a clutch.

With Fall in full view, there’s so many pretty colours to choose from, including burnish orange, deep burgundy, dark navy and rich olive. Designed with a minimal approach, it would pair wonderfully with a lush coat to press against.

The brand also donates $10 to an amazing non-profit, Every Mother Counts, which helps mothers deliver their baby safely. Some of us wish we could donate more, at least this way, you know some of it is going to a noble cause. The bag retails for $1,181 and you can get it at Matchesfashion.