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The Princess Wears Walter Steiger

Princess Charlene of Monaco was spotted in New York wearing what else, the Walter Steiger taper toe curved heel pumps! Charlene looks fantastic and it’s nice to see a Royal princess go for something much more exciting than just a pair of boring old nude pumps. I’d probably have worn something more shimmery, like this...

Not-So-Random Thought: Is it Too Late to Be a Style Blogger?

I began blogging some 7 years ago with the sole intention of getting friends’ feedbacks on whether a bag that I had liked was a better investment than a couch for my new home back then. I didn’t realize that the blog would end up the way it has 7 years later– The Bag Hag...

MFW SS 2013: Ter Et Bantine’s Minimalism Stands Out

It’s my first time to watch a Ter et Bantine show. Manuela Arcari went for the minimalist, more “basic” looks but in those looks are details that cannot be overlooked. I think what makes Arcari’s work exceptional is the way she constructs each piece. There is something so special and sophisticated about them. This is...

PFW SS 2013: Always Beautiful at Elie Saab

Elie Saab knows how to make a woman look and feel feminine and beautiful. Season after season, he has not ceased to create the most exquisite sheaths which happen to “cover” some of the most beautiful women in the world. There is good reason why he is a red carpet favorite– because he knows how...

PFW SS 2013: Walter Steiger and the Killer Heels!

Walter Steiger and his sons Giulio and Paul never cease to amaze me. They have taken the words “killer heels” to the next level and have successfully translated them into very wearable footwear– this much I know because I had tried walking in them myself. So we’re talking personal and first hand experience here. The...

PFW SS 2013: Louis Vuitton’s New Damier Interpretations

Louis Vuitton has always more than managed to put up a spectacular show for everyone. The production alone is worth a separate story, the clothing another, and the accessories yet another. Today, let me focus on the bags. I’ll let the photos speak for themselves for now as I have to rush off to a...

Paris Fashion Week Comes to an End…

Ahhh finally, the fashion weeks have ended. Today marked the last day of shows (though I still have some re-sees tomorrow). Louis Vuitton was the first show of the day, and the last show of the day belonged to Elie Saab. Quite appropriate because Elie closed PFW so beautifully, really. Anyway, so a little incident...

PFW SS 2013: The London Showrooms through Paris Daily Photo’s eyes

Yesterday I went to the London Showrooms with Eric Tenin, the man behind the world- famous Paris Daily Photo blog. And while we both took photos, Eric, obviously the more hardworking one between the two of us, created a beautiful photo slideshow of yesterday’s fashion visit. I will be posting photos soon. Meanwhile I will...

Tod’s: The Fantasy Bags!

There are always so many things to look forward to each time I go to a Tod’s presentation in Milan. For one, they always hold it at Villa Necchi, the setting of the movie “I Am Love”– the villa is historic and beautiful. It’s always a nice “respite” from the more industrial- looking parts of...

PFW SS 2013: Tsumori Chisato, Always Fun!

Things don’t really need to be shaken up at Tsumori Chisato. Her collection has always and consistently been fun and never really too serious, which is what is really need in fashion these days. A lot of the pieces in the collection would’ve worked so perfectly well with the climate in the Philippines too. Oh...

MFW SS 2013: Salvatore Ferragamo’s New Edge

In recent years, Ferragamo has upped its game in the fashion stakes and this Spring Summer 2013 collection was a design coup for the brand. Creative Director Massimiliano Giornetti kept it young, fresh, and luxurious with his use of leather and exotic skins.  A predominant piece in the collection– his interpretation of the trenchcoat. It...