It’s not the sisters’ debut design venture – in fact, far from it: they previously created a capsule collection for Mango and have designed handbags with Japanese label Samantha Thavasa and will soon also unveil a lingerie line for Agent Provocateur. Penelope Cruz is also currently the face of Loewe, having signed a three-year deal to work with the Spanish brand and now she’s also ready to design a range of bags in corporation with her sister, Monica Cruz to them. The range will consist of cross-body bags with outside pockets, which come in a variety of colours, alongside accompanying purses and wallets – and was designed for the busy working woman – as I got to know from Vogue’s review today. The sisters dreamed something that’s both practical and functional, luxurious and stylish with a hint of unmistakable Spanish elements. Looking forward to see as the Cruz sisters bring their talent this time to Loewe!
Es ist nicht das Debüt der Schwestern, was Designprojekte betrifft, eigentlich ist es sogar weit davon entfernt : Zuvor haben sie eine Capsule-Kollektion für Mango kreiert, haben Handtaschen mit dem japanischen Label Samantha Thavasa designt und außerdem werden sie bald eine Lingerie Linie für Agent Provocateur enthüllen. (more…)
While messing around on the streets of New York City you will most likely bump into some pretty Coach bags being worn by tall, stylish women matched with heels and tight pencil skirts. The British designer, Stuart Vevers was named the US brand’s new designer the day before yesterday, replacing Reed Krakoff who announced his exit back in April. Coach is an American luxury leather goods company that was first known for ladies’ handbags as well as items such as luggages, briefcases, wallets and other accessories, which got completed with a range of men and women shoes and watches. Today Coach continues to maintain the highest standards for materials and workmanship and will continue to do so under the hands of the former Loewe creative director, Stuart Vevers. He said to Vogue the following earlier this week: ‘My style is to take that heritage and to play it against modern references, youth culture, references that take things to a different place and make them relevant now. That’s what I’ve always been known for in my work’ – so I guess we look ahead to a new exciting chapter in Coach’s history.
Während ihr auf den Straßen von New York City entlang schlendert, werdet ihr ziemlich wahrscheinlich auf einige tolle Coach Taschen stoßen, die von hochgewachsenen, stylischen Frauen passend zu High Heels und engen Bleistiftröcken getragen werden. (more…)