French Connection bag
In need to spice up my ‘bag wardrobe’ with some color, I stumbled upon this hot pink suede bag from French Connection. Continue reading
Before AIFW started, I planned on purchasing some nice bags at Asos.com, but I got a little short on time (and money). So I hope to make my order soon, because Asos has a great amount of affordable bags that match the season’s trends. Continue reading
Scarlett Johansson Haiti-bag for Mango
When terrible things happen, like the earthquake in Haiti, everybody starts creating charity projects. Which is a good thing, but the fashionbusiness is a billion dollars business that could do a bit more than they’re doing right now. The only ‘fashion-related’ charity projects we’ve seen lately are more personal initiatives like the fashionshow of Sarah Brown and Naomi Campbell, and the CFDA initiative (including Diane von Furstenberg, Tory Burch, Ralph Lauren…). Maybe we’ve missed something, but did all the big groups like PPR, the Gucci group and LVMH make a donation already? Continue reading
Primark here she comes!!
She knows it’s a little bit ‘cheap’ to shop at Primark, but still she doesn’t care what other people think. And her latest Primark purchases suit really good with her designer pieces, so what the hell! Think like a recessionista. Digitalista E. is on her way, right now, with BFF M. and her friend L., all the way to Rotterdam. What will she and her friends buy? We find out very soon. We keep you posted!
Shop till she drops!
We love bags. The more we have, the better. Like this one from Lulu Guinness.
We love Bas Kosters!!
Another great initiative from a Dutch designer is Bas Kosters for STOP AIDS NOW. Kosters designed an artbag to raise money for the Aids foundation. Together with two other artists (Tord Boontje and Ronald Boonacker) they came up with three different bags.
Marilyn Minter Tote
Love the warm, autumn colours and the print of a woman’s mouth with a golden tong. Or…? What do you see in it?
Good news: The bag only costs 48 dollars! Nice catch to spice up your wardrobe. Print tote, Marilyn Minter, intermixonline.com