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An iconic bag always starts with the name. The name needs to be as good as the look. Have you heard about the C’est Dior Bag yet? It’s a new handbag introduced for the Fall Winter 2017 Collection. C’est Dior means It’s Dior in French, literally! What a beautiful name, don’t you think?

The C’est Dior Bag is made in minimal design and we might understand why. Dior will be lifting this bag to become the house’s next classic, so be prepared.

The design

The front looks like an envelope, featuring a triangle-shaped front flap. The bag is made calfskin, which is a luxurious leather but also durable. It can handle some abuse, but it’s best to treat it like a baby to keep it in new condition.

But what should get your excited is the brand-new clasp. It’s Dior’s next signature clasp, made with a 3D ‘D’ design for Dior. If you look at the bag’s front, you will notice the C for C’est Dior. But if you change the angle and look at the side, you will see the bottom part of the clasp, which is a ‘D’ logo and it stands for Dior. The design is clever, functional and classy. We will be hearing a lot about this bag in the upcoming months.

This bag comes with the latest DIOR chain, which can be detached, meaning it can be transformed in an evening clutch. The chain is gorgeous as well, if you zoom-in, you will see that the house’s name is engraved on each link.

The interior

The interior is as spacious as a mini bag. It’s made with one large compartment and a zip pocket to store your important essentials. The overall appearance looks very classic and chic. It matches well with a lot of your outfit due to its minimal style. However, when you carry it, the bag will shine and certainly attract attention because of the gorgeous leather, but also due to the new signature clasp and the shiny chains.

The calfskin leather is measured 17 x 12 x 4.5 cm, priced at €2200 euro, £1950 GBP, ₩3,400,000 WON via Dior boutiques.

The leopard print pony-effect calfskin is priced at €2400 euro, £2150 GBP, ₩3,700,000 WON.






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Sunday Somewhere x Rebecca Taylor Zoe Sunglasses in Blush $320Sunday Somewhere x Rebecca Taylor Zoe Sunglasses in Blush $320
Made in blush pink, these sunglasses will add a pop of color to just about any outfit.

Australian eyewear brand Sunday Somewhere and New Zealand-born fashion designer Rebecca Taylor have teamed up on a new collaboration. The range features two different silhouettes in two colorways. Inspired by French singer Françoise Hardy, the sunglasses have a modern and luxe look to them. Named after Rebecca’s two daughters, Isabel and Zoe, these shades will upgrade just about any outfit. 


Sunday Somewhere x Rebecca Taylor Isabel Sunglasses in Transparent Warm Grey $270Sunday Somewhere x Rebecca Taylor Isabel Sunglasses in Transparent Warm Grey$270
Cover your eyes in style with a sleek pair of sunglasses in dusty grey.Sunday Somewhere x Rebecca Taylor Zoe Sunglasses in Black $320Sunday Somewhere x Rebecca Taylor Zoe Sunglasses in Black $320
The classic aviator silhouette gets an update with mirrored lenses and metallic accents.
Sunday Somewhere x Rebecca Taylor Isabel Sunglasses in Transparent Champagne $270Sunday Somewhere x Rebecca Taylor Isabel Sunglasses in Transparent Champagne$270
This round shaped pair of shades features a transparent frame in a delicate hue.

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Floral Summer Outfit Ideas


Floral Outfit Ideas Floral Summer Outfit Ideas

Floral summer outfit like will never be abandoned, because it is very sweet to the appearance of you. With florals will greatly impress the cheerful mood, will also make his appearance became increasingly fashionable look. Some were happy to use the color and some are wearing pastel colors. With floral summer outfit appearance you will be very sweet and feminine. Whatever you taste, ranging from a skirt, leggings, short, maxi dress or a a jumpsuit, playsuit, below there are several ideas that can inspire you. Floral summer outfit ideas for you to make inspiration.

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Paris Jackson on Vogue Australia July 2017 CoverParis Jackson on Vogue Australia July 2017 Cover

Paris Jackson graces the July 2017 cover of Vogue Australia. Photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, the blonde beauty wears an embroidered Prada bralette and skirt. The actress and daughter of Michael Jackson is taking her moment in the spotlight after previously appearing in Teen Vogue and Vanity Fair. The fashion shoot was styled by Christine Centenera, and you can see the full story when it hits newsstands on June 26th.


Patrick Demarchelier photographs Paris Jackson for Vogue Australia's July issuePatrick Demarchelier photographs Paris Jackson for Vogue Australia’s July issue

“I have so many causes that are dear to my heart and fighting for the people, I feel, is my duty,” Paris tells the magazine. “I already have many young girls looking up to me and I want to be something their parents are OK with them looking up to.”

Paris Jackson embraces plaid style in Vogue AustraliaParis Jackson embraces plaid style in Vogue Australia

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A Horse is a Horse, Of Course, Of Course—Unless It’s Hermès, Then It’s a $133k Art Piece



The longer you spend working in or writing about the luxury industry, the more desensitized to its absurdities you become. Luxury is maximal by definition—if not by appearance, then by some sort of abundance. Moderation is its natural opposite, so once an idea of abundance is taken to its logical extreme, a further logical extreme must be invented. Today, we’ve found a new one: an Hermès leather horse statue that measures 4.5 feet long and rings up at a steep $133,000. Even if you’re medium-rich, it’s probably enough to make you empathize with how all those French peasants felt about Marie Antoinette.

Marley the Poney, as Hermès is calling her (him? Marley’s gender is unclear), is a one-of-a-kind upholstered mini-statue that answers the question, “How do we continue to get the ultra wealthy to spend their money with us when we have already sold them a half dozen versions of literally everything they already realized it was possible to need or want?” Apparently, you construct a barnyard animal out of leather and then give it an all-over leather mane that makes it look like if Cousin It were a horse, but also, spiritually, a handbag. And then you assign this monument to upholstery a six-figure price tag, because what does money even mean anymore? It’s 2017, baby. We’re through the looking glass.

As always, it’s instructive in these situations to do the math on what else one might buy with Cousin It Handbag Horse money. Mostly, that means tallying up the modest new cars or other leather handbags one might buy, but in this case, Marley’s whopping price tag will get you two well-equipped BMW X5 SUVs, a small collection of Hermès’s ultra rare crocodile Birkins or Kellys, or, in many parts of the US, your first starter home. For people who already have all that stuff locked up, well: it gets you a large (but not, like, impressively large) leather horse in need of a haircut, which is either useful for intimidating visitors to your country estate by letting them know you have more money than God or an incredibly dumb way to let grifters, hustlers and scammers of all types know that you’d be an easy mark. Your choice, really.

Potentially, the funniest part of all of this is that Marley is part of the Hermès petite h program, which was created to put to use the leftover leathers and silks that are a biproduct of the brand’s existing accessories businesses. It’s unclear if that’s indeed Marley’s material origin, but if that part of the petite h ethos applies here, then someone’s literally going to pay six figures for recyclables.


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Louis Vuitton “My LV World Tour” Personalization Service

Louis Vuitton

Introducing the Louis Vuitton My LV World Tour Personalization Service. This new customization is available in the brand’s iconic handbags and in Monogram Canvas. Currently, it is available in Neverfull MM, Speedy Bandoulière 30, Keepall Bandoulière 50, Horizon 55, Zippy Wallet and Victorine Wallet.

The My LV World Tour comes in 5 collections with 12 patches each, that can be placed on pre-defined spots. The sticker collections includes: CITIES like London, Miami, Milano, Tokyo and Rio de Janeiro; LV POP such as headphones, lipstick, planets and vintage car; GRAND HOTELS like Hotel Fuji, King Edward Hotel, Hotel Grand Nantucket and Palace Hotel; LV HERITAGE which features vintage Louis Vuitton logos; and MAKE IT YOUR OWN where you can put in your initials with date or your name with the brand’s logo.

As of the moment, the customization service is only available in stores and once the order has been taken, the item will be made in France. It would take eight to twelve weeks for the bag to arrive after ordering. This special service will also be available in Damier Graphite canvas by mid-September.

Style & Price



Louis Vuitton Neverfull MM My World Tour Bag $1,720.00 (USD)
Louis Vuitton Speedy Bandouliere 30 My World Tour Bag $1,660.00 (USD)
Louis Vuitton Keepall Bandouliere 50 My World Tour Bag $2,220.00 (USD)
Louis Vuitton Horizon 55 My World Tour Bag $3,850.00 (USD)
Louis Vuitton Zippy Wallet My World Tour Bag $1,100.00 (USD)
Louis Vuitton Victorine Wallet My World Tour Bag $835.00 (USD)


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