The Chanel Gabrielle Bag is Now On Bergdorf Goodman’s Website, but There’s a Catch

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LIMITED EDITION LONGCHAMP ROSEAU 1948 BAG

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Looking for a stylish roomy tote that can hold all your things without sacrificing comfort and ease? Well well, fret not for this Limited Edition Longchamp Roseau 1948 Bag might be what you’re looking for.

A classic favorite with its sleek and no-frills design and wide opening, this bag is certainly a loyal companion to bring around for it can hold all your essentials and your not so important things.

This Longchamp Roseau 1948 Bag pays tribute to its classic Roseau Bag – the line’s models bear Longchamp racehorse signature within leather oval. Embellished with a bamboo-inspired closure, this signature version is adorned with traditional symbols like the horsesoe, tobacco pipes and the year of the brand was created. The Jacquard Canvas tells the Longchamp story.

Measuring 15” x 11” x 4 3/4” inches and is priced $395 USD, €280 euro, £235 GBP, ¥49680 JPY via Longchamp boutiques.

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ANTONINA PETKOVIC MODELS EYE-CATCHING FENDI STYLES IN VOGUE ARABIA

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Antonina Petkovic wears Fendi silk jacquard coat, mirrored sunglasses and Peekaboo bag
Antonina Petkovic wears Fendi silk jacquard coat, mirrored sunglasses and Peekaboo bag

Gracing the pages of Vogue Arabia’s March 2017 issue, model Antonina Petkovic models elegant Fendi looks. Stylist Paul Sinclaire dresses the brunette in sleek and sophisticated styles from the Italian label’s spring collection. From a jacquard coat to a fit and flare dress and fur coats, these looks are absolutely eye-catching. For beauty, Yumi Lee worked on makeup with hairstylist Joey George creating her sculpted coif.

EDITORIAL: ANTONINA PETKOVIC STARS IN VOGUE ARABIA APRIL 2017

Wearing a fit and flare silhouette, Antonina Petkovic poses in Fendi embossed dress with graphic detail
Wearing a fit and flare silhouette, Antonina Petkovic poses in Fendi embossed dress with graphic detail
Antonina Petkovic models Fendi mink coat and fringe bag with floral embellished guitar strap
Antonina Petkovic models Fendi mink coat and fringe bag with floral embellished guitar strap
Model Antonina Petkovic does a wink with Fendi fur cape
Model Antonina Petkovic does a wink with Fendi fur cape
Striking a pose, Antonina Petkovic wears Fendi white pussy bow blouse and crepe pants
Striking a pose, Antonina Petkovic wears Fendi white pussy bow blouse and crepe pants
Antonina Petkovic looks pretty in pink wearing a Fendi baby doll dress with ribbon belt
Antonina Petkovic looks pretty in pink wearing a Fendi baby doll dress with ribbon belt
Photographed in black and white, Antonina Petkovic models Fendi black cape and bow
Photographed in black and white, Antonina Petkovic models Fendi black cape and bow

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MANGO HEADS TO VENICE BEACH FOR APRIL 2017 CAMPAIGN

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Bhumika Arora appears in Mango's April 2017 campaign
Bhumika Arora appears in Mango’s April 2017 campaign

Mango looks towards diversity with its April 2017 campaign. Featuring models and personalities aged between 20 and 63, the images were captured on location at Venice Beach, California. Model Bhumika Arora, style star Lyn Slater, model and musician Staz Lindes, and ceramic artist Lauren Johnson appear in the shoot. Angelo Penetta lensed the campaign with styling by Aleksandra Woroniecka. The images spotlight casual chic styles ranging from striped trousers to off-the-shoulder styles and ruffled dresses.

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Style star Lyn Slater fronts Mango's April 2017 campaign
Style star Lyn Slater fronts Mango’s April 2017 campaign
Artist Lauren Johnson wears a bold mix of prints in Mango’s April 2017 campaign
Artist Lauren Johnson wears a bold mix of prints in Mango’s April 2017 campaign
Staz Lindes wears off-the-shoulder top and ripped denim in Mango’s April 2017 campaign
Staz Lindes wears off-the-shoulder top and ripped denim in Mango’s April 2017 campaign
Bhumika Arora wears embellished denim in Mango's April 2017 campaign
Bhumika Arora wears embellished denim in Mango’s April 2017 campaign
An image from Mango's April 2017 campaign starring Lyn Slater
An image from Mango’s April 2017 campaign starring Lyn Slater
Model Staz Lindes wears light wash jean jacket and stripes in Mango’s April 2017 campaign
Model Staz Lindes wears light wash jean jacket and stripes in Mango’s April 2017 campaign
Lyn Slater showcases chic mature style in Mango's April 2017 campaign
Lyn Slater showcases chic mature style in Mango’s April 2017 campaign

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BOY CHANEL QUILTED VELVET BAG

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The Boy Bag is nice, leather is great as well, but how about Velvet? Since the first introduction of the Pre-Fall Winter 2015 Collection, the Boy Chanel Velvet Bag has returned again and again as an alternative to the leather edition. For the Velvet, there are pros and cons of course. But at the end, it’s personal choice as well.

Exuding class, elegance and sophistication in one, the bag is in velvet, but it doesn’t stop it from getting the diamond-quilted pattern. This bag is as pretty as the leather edition and it features the same elements as well like the Boy Clasp, the shape and the Boyish chain.

Now Velvet is described to be a tufted fabric, which has a distinguishing feel once you run your fingers through it. Though this kind of fabric is hard to maintain, the good news on the other hand is that it offers a super soft tactile feel, which could tickle your luxury fancies!

The downside is the maintenance, if this is your first Chanel, then you might want to pick the leather edition. Velvet is harder to maintain and you need to baby it more often.

However, Velvet feels extremely soft and luxurious. It gives you different experience than the other materials. At the end, this is a personal choice. But if the Velvet Boy Bag is presented to you one day, will you give it a chance?

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Coach x Rodarte Capsule Collection

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You must be wondering, what’s there to collaborate between two American brands? Well, for one, the Mulleavy sisters and Stuart Vevers share a similar punk-rock aesthetic and the love for all things sequins and embellishments. Coming together to work on something that amplifies the creative vision of both labels is perhaps as good as it gets when it comes to the Coach x Rodarte collaboration collection.

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Rodarte, who has always specialised in their edgy RTW, have teamed up with Coach and its expertise in leather, making it one of the most interesting collections that’s made up of RTW, handbags and accessories so far this year. Take, for example, the standout shoulder sling bags that effortlessly combine Rodarte’s signature appliqué styles with Coach’s leather craftsmanship; it’s like a match made in heaven.

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Then there are also the sweatshirts and tees that feature Coach’s advertisements from the 70s with slogans like This Is A Coach Bag that’s definitely fun and a little quirky, perfect for those with an ample sense of humour. The collection evens extends to more elaborate pieces like leather dresses and motorcycle jackets, which start from an affordable USD295 all the way to USD1900 for the one-off limited edition collection.

Now that we’re all excited, here’s the bad news. The collection will not be available in Singapore, but will be available online via Coach US come 14 April 2017. In other words, it’s time to ask anyone you know who’s located in the States to help you out, or better yet (and not owe anyone favours), just use a good forwarder that you can ship to in the US before the parcel is shipped onward to our sunny shores. Too much effort? Not really, especially when it is a collaboration this beautiful.

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