Seriously, find someone who is over 60 and give all your kitten heels to her. She’ll probably bake you cookies. More
If you’re a local news anchor, you probably shouldn’t hit up a Coach store and steal a stack of leather wallets. More
Will celebrities start trading in their Chanel for a more buy-it-at-the-mall kind of bag? More
The Coach Spring 2014 Preview showcased a lot of beautiful shoes, bags, clothes and even iPhone cases. Check out some of our absolute favorites here!
Plus: Awkward pictures of Julia and I, but they’re not ’til the end so just ignore that part if you would prefer Gloss-less Coach stuff. More
When you hear Coach, what do you think? More
Hermès insists it “can be used for play”–and thank fucking god for that. Who’d want a branded blue basketball museum piece?
…Well, the sort of person who’d want a Chanel surfboard, probably, or a Louis Vuitton soccer ball or an Alexander Wang jump rope. Which all exist, obviously–and there’s more in the gallery ahead. More
Speaking of Barbie, in addition to now having an unnecessarily and obnoxiously recolored Mars Rover and perhaps being made in the image of a certain pro-choice hero, she now officially has a nicer purse than you. Or, at the very least, nicer than mine, which is easy because I spent $9.50 on my bag and it came with free socks. More
He’s leaving Coach to work on his own line, which Coach is selling him. More
There’s nothing like a splashy party with a humanitarian angle thrown by a fashion brand to draw out stylish celebrities–last night’s Coach party was no exception. The accessories giant threw its annual benefit for the Children’s Defense Fund in Santa Monica and lured out some bright stars–January Jones, Chloe Sevigny, Rosario Dawson, Hailee Steinfeld and more.
Here’s the very Spring appropriate red carpet. More
When I was little, I thought that the most glamourous thing in the world was a fur coat. More
Everyone needs an iconic fashion house for their trophy collection. More
I do not like Coach bags. Never have; never will. More
Sometimes fashion uses its powers for good: yesterday at London Fashion Week, designer Richard Nicoll presented his Fall 2012 collection as a riff on the idea of “modern times.” Accompanying his appropriately minimal futurism was this sleek, white Birkin-ish tote… that can charge your iPhone, Android or Blackberry for up to two days. More