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Met Gala Punk Girls

I didn’t get a chance to look through what everyone was wearing at the MET Gala, but here are my list of “notables” so far: Anne Hathaway ROCKS!!! (She does look like a young Bridget Nielsen *Stallone’s ex*, doesn’t she?) She looks stunning in her Valentino gown, but really her gown is competing in the...

Bag Reviews: Lancel SS 2013

I’m always very pleased to attend the press launch of Lancel because of my unequivocal love for all things French– and Lancel is deeply French! The Premier Flirt, always a favorite, comes with a distinctly French signature: the Eiffel Tower. Yes, this particular piece was inspired by the Eiffel Tower! This other Premier Flirt is...

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...

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: Mary Katrantzou’s Prints in Paris

I hadn’t gotten the chance to go to London for fashion week so it was nice that the British designers came to Paris. Mary Katrantzou’s collection is always one I look forward to seeing up close. I was already bowled over with her collection when I wrote about it a few weeks ago. And when...

LFW SS2013: Mary Katrantzou’s Money, Money, Money

For the past 3 seasons, I have adored Mary Katrantzou. And this season she continues to give us print lovers a reason to keep loving her. *Sings* ┬áIt’s all about the money, money, money…. (haha so I changed the lyrics) This season, she continues with fluidity, volume, and structure. Prints seem more “linear” and less...