Selena Gomez stars in 'Selena Grace' Coach bag campaign. Photo: Steven Meisel

Selena Gomez stars in ‘Selena Grace’ Coach bag campaign. Photo: Steven Meisel

After appearing in the brand’s fall 2017 accessories campaign, Selena Gomez teams up with Coach on an exclusive capsule collection. The singer created eleven pieces in all for a collaboration designed with creative director Stuart Vevers. The line will include handbags, wristlets, ID cases and bag charms. Look out for the collaboration when it arrives in stores on September 1st. The Coach x Selena Gomez range will also be available for pre-order online starting on August 14th.Shoot

The hero piece of the collection is the Selena Grace bag–a red leather design with Selena’s signature on the handtag. “I’m very excited for everyone to finally see the design Stuart and I worked on together,” says Gomez on the Selena Grace bag. “I can’t wait to carry it—it’s totally versatile, perfect to wear day-to-night and it goes with everything.”


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Selena Gomez and Coach creative director Stuart VeversSelena Gomez and Coach creative director Stuart VeversA look at the 'Selena Grace' Coach bagA look at the ‘Selena Grace’ Coach bag

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Burberry Beasts: The Bold And The (Oddly) Beautiful

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Call them odd, quirky or unique, there’s no denying that these bags from Burberry’s Beasts collection have caught your attention. Why? Because everyone else’s bags all look way too similar, it is certainly interesting, a bold step in fact, that the storied British luxury house’s latest bags embody the oddly beautiful in the form of mythical beasts.

A menagerie made up of fish, owls and swans, they come in an eclectic mix of colourful water snake trims on a leather body. Inspired by the fauna found in age-old English manuscripts, these bags may not fit much, but are to be celebrated for their craftsmanship and fine detailing. Handcrafted in Italy, each bag takes up to nine hours to produce, in large due to the amount of work needed to piece the individual pieces together, evident in the life-like scalloped scales on the fish, the movable wings on the owl and even the petal-shaped skins accented with gold-toned metal hardware on the swan.

Priced at SGD6595 for the Fish Crossbody Bag and the Owl Crossbody Bag, these 2 are only available via Burberry’s online store. As for the Swan Crossbody Sling, you can purchase it from MatchesFashion at SGD4540, while the Mini Buckle Bag featuring owl eyes (SGD1495) is available only at Burberry’s online and brick-and-mortar stores.

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Leading model Isabeli Fontana graces the July 6th, 2017 cover of Grazia Italy. Photographed by Matias Indjic, the brunette stunner poses in form-fitting looks from the latest collections. Stylist Michele Bagnara dresses Isabeli in chic ensembles including dreamy dresses, cool separates as well as elegant blouses. The Twinset face stuns in the designs of Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Valentino and more.

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What’s the Last Bag You Bought?

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Moving is always a nuisance, but trying to move in New York City is a special circle of hell, especially when you’re only willing to look in a trendy neighborhood where rents are at an all-time high and apartments go especially quickly. (In my case, because I already live there and want to stay near my friends and my bagel place.) Not only is it stressful and precarious, but it’s also eye-wateringly expensive; sometime in the next week, I’m going to write a check to some dude from the internet for several thousand dollars for unlocking a door and letting me look at an apartment for 90 seconds. Suffice it to say I haven’t bought a bag in a while.

Unless you’re mega-rich (and the vast majority of bag buyers aren’t, despite the luxurious nature of the industry), this is probably a cycle you’ve been through with your own shopping habits many time. Megs has talked about her own fluctuations before, too—life events like buying a house or having a baby tend to reshuffle monetary priorities, sometimes temporarily and other times, for good. My rent will be going up a bit, but thankfully, things in my life (and in my bank account) should be back to normal in a couple months. For now, though, I want to live vicariously through all of you.

If I weren’t preparing for an expensive life event like moving, my eye would be on the Louis Vuitton Pochette Metis Bag in inverse monogram canvas. I’ve been eyeing this design for a while and have written about the Pochette Metis in general before, but I think this version is my favorite right now. The size is perfect, and for me, Louis Vuitton monogram reads as a neutral that I feel comfortable pairing with pretty much anything.

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Kris Grikaite stars in Prada's fall-winter 2017 'Dialogue' campaignKris Grikaite stars in Prada's fall-winter 2017 'Dialogue' campaign

Part of its 365 project, Prada releases its fall-winter 2017 campaign called 'Dialogue'. Photographed by Willy Vanderperre, Russian model Kris Grikaite appears in the advertisements. Looking ready for her closeup, images of the model get juxtaposed with photographs of Prada handbags. The beauty poses with understated makeup and hair for the powerful portraits. In addition, Kris stars in the Italian fashion brand's pre-fall 2017 advertising campaign.


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Valentino Resort 2018 Runway Bag Collection

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Introducing the Valentino Resort 2018 Runway Bag Collection. Pierpaolo Piccioli has presented his latest collection last May in New York, once again. The Creative Director has taken his inspiration from the Netflix hip-hop series The Get Down by Baz Luhrmann, which was also set in New York in the late 1970s. The collection features sporty vibe like track suits and jackets, but still presents the signature intricate flowy dresses. A mix of bold colors and embroideries were seen not only in the ready-to-wear items, but also in the handbags. The Demilune that was introduced for the Pre-Fall 2017 Collection is back this season, and now comes in shoulder bags. While the iconic Rockstud are made available in a variety of styles, like bowling bag, flap bag, saddle and even a heart shaped minaudiere. The brand has also joined the Bag Belt trend, creating their own version with their classic studs. The regular studs are seen in white this season, making it more striking. Canvas and denim tote bags were also presented in the runway.

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