Fall is officially here, and it’s time to start shopping for the season’s most covetable boots. We already gave you an overview of the top trending shoes for Fall 2016, but we’re taking things a step further.
The shows have moved on to Paris and we’re about to go with them (metaphorically, at least), but first, we have one more unfinished duty in Milan: taking stock of what the week’s most notable attendees carried to the shows.
We, like most people, are creatures of habit, but sometimes there’s good reason to deviate from our normal routine. That’s the case this week, so we’re serving up our normal Friday morning round of the Internet’s best discount designer bags a day early.
We’re three-quarters of the way through the Spring 2017 shows, which puts us right at the end of Milan and the beginning of Paris. Before we metaphorically pick up our website and head to the City of Lights, though, we have to look back at all the best bags from the Milan runways, and any experienced bag lover knows there was surely much to see.
Michael Kors has always been among the brands that innovate by including influencers and focusing on social media. Recently, Kors released his latest campaign, The Walk, which features four trendsetters with distinct style personalities. It includes singer/songwriter, founder of Saint Heron and CEO of Saint Records Solange Knowles; models Soo Joo Park and Nina Agdal; and Princess Olympia of Greece.
Let’s face it: accessories that work together make getting dressed a whole lot easier. Life isn’t always so kind, and sometimes we need to rush around a bit more than we’d like to. Whether you’re running late to a lunch meeting or to pick up the kids from school, comfortable, functional wardrobe mainstays are always on your side.
Bottega Veneta doesn’t often debut brand new handbag designs, and when it does, it’s usually not on the runway. That means the brand’s Spring 2017 show, marking Bottega Veneta’s 50th anniversary, was a particular treat to the brand’s many dedicated fans: not only were there a bunch of new bags, but the lineup spanned both men’s and women’s collections.