Topic: Mulberry

Ready-To-Click: Monday Morning Purse Diversion

Ready-To-Click: Monday Morning Purse Diversion

Let’s just all take a breather and look at handbags. -Refinery29

Useful: 5 of the best custom-made clothing sites. -The High Low

Carine Roitfeld sounds off. -Styleite

Long lashes, philanthropy and moisturizer: Christina Hendricks‘ beauty routine. -YouBeauty

Solange Knowles‘ Fashion Week style is all over the place. -Poshglam

Kristen Stewart at Mulberry? For LFW?! -StyleList

What do you think of coral blazers? -The Budget Babe

Missoni x Target: the horror stories, the sob stories. -Racked

 

Shopping Guide: The Practical, Indispensable (And Cool) Everyday Satchel

Shopping Guide: The Practical, Indispensable (And Cool) Everyday Satchel

Maybe I’m not a crazy handbag lady but, to me, a purse serves a practical purpose. It has to hold all the things I need on a daily basis, otherwise I’m stuck with a bag on one arm and a tote on the other. In this way, tiny bags, bags in delicate materials, bags without interior pockets, bags without multiple methods of handling seem like more trouble than they’re worth. Because of this, I’m a big fan of the practical, durable, roomy satchel style. And, since you can’t walk into a boutique without seeing a dozen PS1s in as many different sizes and colors, now’s the time. Here are some good choices at a multitude of price points. More »

Models of the Decade: Agyness Deyn

Models of the Decade: Agyness Deyn

The fish and chip shop girl from Manchester made her runway debut in 2006 and soared to stardom, going on to be one of the biggest mannequins in the world and face of Armani, Hugo Boss, Mulberry, Vivienne Westwood and Anna Sui. After a year or two of seeing her on every billboard, catwalk and campaign, Agyness suffered from overexposure, but it’s not her fault everybody wanted a piece of her… she’s a darling of Steven Meisel, has been muse to Burberry’s Christopher Baily and Henry Holland, and is known across the land for her eclectic style, tough-pretty features and ever-changing pixie cut. Whether or not we got sick of Agyness, she’s one of the most significant, ubiquitous faces of recent memory years. More »