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2 Nov

The Triangular It-Bag Every Street Style Star Is Carrying

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If there's one thing fashion loves more than an It girl, it's an It accessory. Balenciaga has been cranking out street style hits (the striped market tote, the spandex over the knee boots, etc) for several seasons now, and the Spring '18 shows made it clear that the French brand's new must-have is a triangular duffel bag―seen in a variety of sizes and colors from New York to Paris, and everywhere in between.


Model Aiden Curtiss was snapped dozens of times during fashion month. The one constant? Her Balenciaga bag.


Next-level designer bag twinning, spotted during Copenhagen Fashion Week.


Coordinating an emerald purse situation with a forest green plaid suit.

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10 Oct

Hands Off! The Coolest Girls Won’t Be Carryling a Bag Next Season


Anyone who has drunken the cross-body Kool-Aid can attest to the addictive nature of not having to hold a handbag. Allowing it to rest easily on your hip isn’t only a breeze, it also has that “devil-may-care spirit” to it, or—as they say here in Paris—a certain je ne sais quoi. Carine, known to forgo bags in lieu of pockets, perhaps exemplifies this better than any one else. Fortunately for us all, this freedom doesn’t simply stop there. This week’s Paris runwaysoffered plenty of riffs on the concept.

The most-bold iteration of this was at Valentino, where designer Pierpaolo Piccioli took his signature romantic mood in sportier direction. He proposed a four-point harness style, because why should babies in...
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24 Jan

6 Mom-Tested and Kid-Approved Handbags

PARIS, FRANCE - JANUARY 19:  A guest is wearing a beret hat, an orange leather bag, a black long coat, and a scarf, after the Louis Vuitton show, during Paris Fashion Week Menswear Fall/Winter 2017/2018, outside the Palais Royal, on January 19, 2017 in Paris, France.  (Photo by Edward Berthelot/Getty Images)
Los Angeles native, Andrea Lublin, is a wardrobe stylist, fashion blogger and social influencer known for her creative, easy going and effortless sense of style. When she was 5 years old she dreamed of owning her own store, and at 13 she had begun designing her own dresses. By the age of 19 she was a leading salesperson at Nordstrom, and since then has gone on to work for E! and The Style Network as a Talent Manager, booking the top players throughout the fashion and beauty industries. Lublin's latest venture is the launch of Andrea’s Lookbook, a weekly blog that features everything from her daily outfits to customized mood boards. Here, Lublin shares her top six mom approved handbags that are also kid...
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