From tiny wallet bags to hard-cased micro bags, The Telegraph reports that mini bags are trending this season. How small will you go?
Fendi is celebrating the 15th anniversary of their famous Baguette bag with pop-up stores in Paris, Los Angeles, London and Tokyo. The fashion house is also bringing out a commemorative scarf with an illustration by Karl Lagerfeld and a 344 page coffee table book.
The bicycle commuters among us might love this stylish black and cream carryall designed by GiveLoveCycle. It comes in two sizes, and can hold your bike helmet and all your purse essentials.
Fab Links from Our Members
CocoLion loves Damsel in Dior’s style, and is smitten with the way the blogger is mixing jeans with this Helmut Lang piece.
After watching “The Iron Lady”, Anne came across this interesting interview with former UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher on the subject of clothing and the fashion industry.
Janet just discovered CONSTRVCT, a digital bespoke service that allows you to design your own wearables that are then printed and manufactured for you.
Gaylene believes that it is useful to think about the impact that our clothing has on others’ perception, especially in the workplace. That’s why she finds Lisa’s approach to building a career wardrobe much more practical than many other traditional lists.
Angie absolutely adores forum member Sylvia’s relaxed baggy shorts outfit. Volume, softness, dignity and spunk all finished off with the best flat sandals and hat.
Vildy wanted to share this lovely holiday outfit with crisp white shirt and straw sunhat worn by the beautiful Shakira Cain.
Charmian recommends Empty Emperor’s approachable but rigorous discussion of consumerism and the psychology behind it. She found her post on Barriers to Buying Less particularly interesting.
Carole says a drape knot is such an elegant way to dress up any outift and add colour. She refers us to MaiTai’s tutorial on how to tie this knot.
Helen Gurley Brown, longtime editor of Cosmopolitan and author of “Sex and the Single Girl” passed away this week. MaryK will remember her as a woman who saw and helped bring about many changes in women’s lives.