Let’s talk a bit about this replica Mulberry that I actually forgot about for a while, and I simply don’t understand how that could happen since it has been and still is one of my favorite handbags. Del Rey now has more than one meaning, and that of a worldwide known artist, but also of an amazing arm candy. This tote really made my day so many times that I actually had to force myself to change it from time to time since at some point I was wearing it for like days in a row. That’s pretty obsessive, I know.I think this has to be my favourite of all of the spottings of her with the Mulberry bags from this collection. I’m not sure if it’s the colour or size, or actual styling of Cara, but I want to be all over this designer Mulberry handbag. It’s too bad that I can’t afford these prices, however I do have a way to get Mulberry style for less!At least I’m able to watch it from the comfort of my warm home while looking at the amazing designer handbags that are carried by celebrities. I mean, Mulberry handbags are the best thing to get me out of this terrible winter (umm even though it isn’t winter) funk., Speaking of the Mulberry bags, check out Maggie Gyllenhaal with one of her Mulberry handbags, the Mulberry Effie Satchel. I am almost tempted to get dressed and go out when I look at this photograph.
The most important clue to what you’re going to find in any particular Chanel collection is what’s happening with the set. Over the years, Chanel has transformed Paris’s Grand Palais into everything from a supermarket to a data center to an iceberg, none of which was done to tease out subtle references in the clothing. Karl Lagerfeld hits things right on the nose, aesthetically, and if the set looks like a grocery store, then he’s going to give you a handbag wrapped up like butchered meat. Lagerfeld wants you to get the subtext.
For Chanel Spring 2018, the brand recreated the cliffs and waterfalls of the Gorges du Verdon as the backdrop for the collection, which included both plenty of shades of blue and lots of nods to the elements encountered by hikers, if not actual outdoor clothes themselves. That means lots of patent leather and clear vinyl, the latter coming in the form of big, beachy totes, bucket bags and clutches, as well as not-exactly-hiking boots.
Most of the bags that weren’t crystal clear were at least a couple shades of blue, giving the collection a serenely watercolored mood that felt both pretty and wearable.