Fendi Sticks Mostly to Recent Favorites for Its Brand New Resort 2018 Bags

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Neiman Marcus launches its swim 2017 sale!

Neiman Marcus launches its swim 2017 sale!

Swim season is fully underway, meaning that you will be searching for some seriously cool designs. Luckily, Neiman Marcus recently launched its Swim Sale where you can expect up to 35% off on beach-ready looks. From bandeau tops to one piece wonders and triangle bikinis, there are styles for everyone. 


Ale by Alessandra Beach Blanket Crop Swim Top $70 (previously $108) and California Swim Bottom $63 (previously $98)Ale by Alessandra Beach Blanket Crop Swim Top $70 (previously $108) and California Swim Bottom $63 (previously $98)
This printed swimsuit channels bohemian vibes with revealing cutouts and thin shoulder straps.Vitamin A Maribel Cross-Front Halter One-Piece Swimsuit $126 (previously $195)Vitamin A Maribel Cross-Front Halter One-Piece Swimsuit $126 (previously $195)
A one-piece swimsuit made of microfiber features a halter neckline with a keyhole front.Tori Praver Swimwear Sunday Stripes Daniela Swim Top $63 (previously $98) and Allegrea Tie Side Swim Bottom $68 (previously $106)Tori Praver Swimwear Sunday Stripes Daniela Swim Top $63 (previously $98) and Allegrea Tie Side Swim Bottom $68 (previously $106)
Get nautical in stripes with this triangle bikini top and low-rise bottoms.Michael Kors Ring-Chain Bandeau Two-Piece Swimsuit $353 (previously $544)Michael Kors Ring-Chain Bandeau Two-Piece Swimsuit $353 (previously $544)
This two-piece bikini set features golden ring chain accents with an adjustable halter strap.Proenza Schouler Solid Plunge-Neck One-Piece Swimsuit $201 (previously $310)Proenza Schouler Solid Plunge-Neck One-Piece Swimsuit $201 (previously $310)
Show off your figure in an one-piece swimsuit including a plunging v-neckline and scoop back.Kate Spade Polka Dot Triangle Swim Top $55 (previously $85) and Hipster Swim Bottom $45 (previously $70)Kate Spade Polka Dot Triangle Swim Top $55 (previously $85) and Hipster Swim Bottom $45 (previously $70)
Channel retro vibes with a polka dot print bikini set featuring adjustable straps.

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Saint Laurent Sac De Jour Souple Bag Reference Guide

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Introducing the Saint Laurent Sac de Jour Souple Bag. Saint Laurent just released a souple version of the iconic Sac de Jour Bag for their Spring/Summer 2017 Collection. The bag is made of grained leather with soft construction, it is also available in crocodile embossed leather. The interior is unlined with a removable central leather and canvas zip pouch. The souple version is available for three sizes, Medium, Small and Nano.

Style, Price & Size




Saint Laurent Medium Sac De Jour Souple Bag $3,250.00 (USD) 14.2” W x 10.7” H x 7.4” D
Saint Laurent Crocodile Embossed Small Sac De Jour Souple Bag $3,150.00 (USD) 12.5” W x 9.8” H x 6.4” D
Saint Laurent Small Sac De Jour Souple Bag $2,990.00 (USD)
Saint Laurent Nano Sac De Jour Souple Bag $2,250.00 (USD) 8.6” W x 10.9” H x 4.3” D

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Photo: PexelsPhoto: Pexels

Routine is boring. We all need some variety from time to time, otherwise we run the risk of simply existing, but not living. This theme of diversity also applies to the clothes we wear and perhaps more importantly, where we buy them from. As much as we hate to admit it, clothes shopping is important. Clothing and style have become so inherently significant to us all in terms of body confidence, practicality, and often purely a status symbol.

But unfortunately, for many shoppers, this necessity to shop ‘till you drop whilst keeping up with the Joneses has also turned into apathy. Many don’t care where their clothes come from or how they are made, or even where the revenue ends up – the end result, and often simply the name tag, are the more significant factors. But there is an antidote to all of this, and it comes in the form of a new wave of online stores.

Thankfully, the excuse of having no idea how to set up an ecommerce shop doesn’t hold much weight anymore. Everyone from single parents to 17-year-olds has the means to get something off the ground if they have the motivation. Software exists to start an online store, you can find it easily enough, but the real struggle is creating a company that doesn’t just sell items people want to wear, but having an intriguing backstory and a mission statement that makes shoppers care. Many online stores fit exactly that description today, so we’d like to show some love to fashion retailers who are really doing something unique when it comes to their ethos and their products.

Photo: Scoutmob


Scoutmob provides the means to showcase distinctive and beautiful designs from hugely talented independent artists. These designs are then printed on everything from T-shirts and sweaters to wallets and bags. We love the fact that you can support local manufacturers and receive genuinely cool products that likely not many others will have.

Photo: Reformation


Based in L.A., Reformation is doing so much great work against the tide of disposable fast fashion by using sustainable textiles, repurposed vintage apparel, and scrapped material from other fashion houses. Reformation then turn everything into some of the most stylish and gorgeous outfits available to buy. When fashion is this responsible and well-designed, it’s hard to believe why everyone else isn’t following suit.

Photo: Sword & Plough


Sword & Plough is one of the more interesting companies on our list because they specifically focus on creating products which benefit war veterans. They take military surplus fabric, leather and hardware and turn them into various bags and accessories, such as tote bags, handbags, backpacks and necklaces. When an item is sold, Sword & Plough will donate 10% of the profits to veteran organizations. Not only is this a great use of material and a beneficial cause, but it doesn’t hurt that the products look awesome and are incredibly rugged.

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Cara Delevingne stars in Magnum Ice Cream campaignCara Delevingne stars in Magnum Ice Cream campaign

Supermodel Cara Delevingne and Moschino designer Jeremy Scott land a new campaign for MAGNUM ice cream. Called ‘Unleash Your Wild Side’, the images capture the pair wearing colorful Moschino designs. Cara shows off a fierce gaze as she poses with the MAGNUM Double ice cream bar.

In the campaign images captured by Miguel Reveriego, Cara rocks a printed pantsuit, embellished leather jacket and t-shirt dress. In addition to the photoshoot, the British beauty also appears in a short film featuring Cara strut down the street to a rock and roll tune. Cartoon animals illustrated by animator Uli Meyer also make an appearance.

“What I love about this film is it’s all about indulging in life’s little pleasures,” says Delevingne in a statement. “Plus, how could making a film with Jeremy Scott about ice cream not be awesome? Delicious from beginning to end.”


Posing in Moschino jacket and dress, Cara Delevingne stars in Magnum Ice Cream campaignPosing in Moschino jacket and dress, Cara Delevingne stars in Magnum Ice Cream campaignMagnum Ice Cream teams up with Moschino and Cara Delevingne for a new advertising campaignMagnum Ice Cream teams up with Moschino and Cara Delevingne for a new advertising campaignPosing with Moschino designer Jeremy Scott, Cara Delevingne appears in Magnum campaignPosing with Moschino designer Jeremy Scott, Cara Delevingne appears in Magnum campaignCara Delevingne poses in Moschino for Magnum Ice Cream campaignCara Delevingne poses in Moschino for Magnum Ice Cream campaignMoschino designer Jeremy Scott stars in Magnum Ice Cream campaignMoschino designer Jeremy Scott stars in Magnum Ice Cream campaign

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Mansur Gavriel Satchel

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If we believe that all good things must come to an end, then answer me this. Is it just me, or is Mansur Gavriel not as exciting as before, not as desirable as before and just not what you’re looking for in a bag anymore? I mean, when they first launched the Bucket Bag many seasons back, it was the hardest thing to come by and harder to spot in real life than a unicorn.

Those days are since over, since a) you can buy them easily via Mansur Gavriel online, b) you don’t see them as much anymore on Instagram accounts and c) the bag’s time has come and gone. And while Mansur Gavriel hasn’t been resting on their laurels and been furiously launching new bags (there was the Circle Bag, there was the Sun Bag, even newer ones from the Metropolitan to the Posternak), none of them went on to become as big as the Bucket Bag.


Still they keep trying (and as long as they do, I’ll keep blogging) with new bags, like the subject of today’s post, the Satchel, Mansur Gavriel’s take on the standard satchel that combines both leather and suede. With the top flap in calf leather over the suede body that’s lined with canvas, the most distinguishable feature has got to be its top handle. Equal parts gold-tone hardware and enamel, the 24 cm by 15  cm Satchel also comes with its own adjustable sling and is priced at USD745. Which makes it around SGD1050 after conversion.

Available in 5 different colours (Blu, Burgundy, Flamma, Orange and Rosa), here comes the million dollar question. Will this make you fall in love (and be obsessed) with Mansur Gavriel all over again, or is it truly the case that this good thing has come to an end?

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