Marc Jacobs J Marc Aged Python Shoulder Bags: J Marcs the Spot

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Marc Jacobs J Marc Aged Python Shoulder Bags

Some runway bags don’t translate well to real life. But Marc Jacobs is one of the few designers who can successfully bring the dream to reality. His Spring ’16 bags are just as enticing a prospect to carry all day, every day as they were when we first saw them swinging from the arms of models back in September at the Ziegfeld.

Admittedly, it’s not a necessarily difficult feat to make a crimson python shoulder bag, with nothing but classic flap-front elements, appeal to our “real-life” sensibilities. Decadent? Sure. But we all deserve some decadence on the daily, if you ask me. The major coup here is its wilder, zanier midnight navy sister. In a world of ubiquitous bag stickers and pompom accessories, it’s tough to make a plethora of patches feel special, let alone desirable. But Marc’s array of embellishments – including a moon, stars, an anchor, a mermaid, flags (American, French, and British, respectively), and even an accordion player – is all that and more. Are we looking at the “it” bag of the season? Marc may have some major competition with Gucci at the moment, but mark my words, this off-the-runway combo of patches and python is going to be in high demand. Aged python shoulder bag in crimsonicon, $2,700, and aged python shoulder bag with embroidered patchesicon, $5,500, both available at Neiman Marcus.

Wear with: Another hot commodity is guaranteed to be Mansur Gavriel’s newly-released shoe line. These suede platform sandals are an instant wardrobe staple. On NET-A-PORTERicon for $625.

Marc Jacobs J Marc Aged Python Shoulder Bags

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I need to get this one out: ‘Chanel, this is confusing, this is not the Wallet On Chain’.

All right, you see… this bag is awesome and very pretty. Chanel described this bag as the Boy Chanel Wallet On Chain Bag. But we all know that the WOC doesn’t look like this.

Or, could it be that Chanel is adding this piece to the WOC Collection. I am not going to speculate, let’s get into the details:

Because it’s designed in python, and the price tag is unknown (obvious), you can be certain that it’s going to be a little bit pricey. But hey, we live only one time right.

The pink is so bright and clear that’s stunning. And imagine this, because of its small size, this bag will be swinging on your shoulder super cute. And it doesn’t matter whether you’re wearing a dress or a pair of simple jeans. This bag will shine all the way through!

Designed with woven chain, you have to love the iconic Boy Clasp in the center. The silver hardware is also the perfect combination!

Measuring 2.8’ x 5.9’ x 1.9’ inches, available via Chanel boutique.


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Bag of the Week: Marc Jacobs Python and Sequin Trouble Bag

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Bag: Marc Jacobs Python and Sequin Trouble Bag

Why It’s the Bag of the Week: Marc Jacobs left Louis Vuitton to focus on reviving and expanding his eponymous label, and this bag is a step in the right direction. The smattering of sequins is placed flawlessly on the python, giving it depth and shine without distracting from the beauty of the skin.

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Cate Blanchett Chooses Python Louboutins for a Red Carpet Contrast

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Cate Blanchett Christian Louboutin Python Pigalle Sandals

Cate Blanchett walked the red carpet at the 2014 BAFTA Tea Party in Beverly Hills last Saturday afternoon in a bright cobalt blue pair of Christian Louboutin Python Pigalle Pumps, which provided a stark contrast to her adorable, vintage-inspired red dress. You can acquire these exact pumps for $151 at our site. Because I know you’re curious, the BAFTA Tea Party is a comparatively casual awards season shindig intended to honor BAFTA nominees well before any awards are handed out.

As you probably know by now, Cate picked up a Golden Globe this weekend for her performance in “Blue Jasmine.” Louboutins, of course, had their own moment during the GGs when Emma Thompson chose to walk onstage barefoot, carrying her Louboutins in hand. She then declared “I just want you to know, this red, it’s my blood,” and tossed them over her shoulder. Emma had a martini glass in the other hand the entire time, natch.

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