HERMES 2002 BAG

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It was first-revealed on the Spring Summer 2018 Runway and we were already obsessed with this new style. But what it is also interesting to know, is the reason for the unique name in year date– the 2002? Well, the 2002 Bag was actually created in the 70’s and it has been redesigned to become the house’s newest futuristic bag.

The style is kind-of a hybrid between the Constance and the Roulis Bag. So what do you think? Is it a want or a must-have?

So let’s check out the details of the Hermes 2002 Bag.

The Design

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The 2002 Bag is created in gorgeous squared shape. We know that’s made from Everycolor calfskin, but there might be more leather options available. The leather feels smooth and extremely luxurious.

Read more about Evercolor Calfskin via Hermes Leather Guide here…

The bag itself looks futuristic due to the sharp-pointing H clasp in combination with the leather. The H clasp is not new, because it was already designed in the 70’s. Not much about the H clasp has changed. So it’s kind-of a historical piece. And the overall style looks timeless as well.

We love the solid colors, because it’s easier to match with the clothing in your wardrobe. And the bag can be carried in all seasons too. The top comes with a shoulder strap that can be adjusted to your comfort. The front is made with silver hardware.

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And oh yes, it comes with a back slip pocket.

The Interior

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The interior is stunning because it has a lot of compartments to help you organize the essentials. There are three separated compartments and in the back, there is also a zipped pocket to store important stuff. It’s a lovely handbag right?

Sizes And Prices

We know this bag comes in different

Hermes 2002 – 20 Bag
Size: 8’ x 7.5’ x 2’ (L x H x D) inches
Prices: Evercolor calfskin; $9200 USD

Hermes 2002 – 26 Bag
Size: 10.25’ x 9’ x 2.7’ (L x H x D) inches
Prices: Everycolor calfskin; $10200 USD, €7000 euro, £6900 GBP

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TROPICAL VIBES: REFORMATION LAUNCHES HAWAIIAN COLLECTION

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It’s the height of summer, and if you still want to upgrade your wardrobe, Reformation offers up the perfect solution. The buzzy brand unveils its Hawaiian Collection featuring colorful tropical prints. From two-piece sets to form-fitting minidresses and button-up shirts, Reformation offers chic finds for summer. See some of our favorites from the Hawaiian collection below, and shop the rest at TheReformation.com.

Related: Big Splash | Discover Reformation’s Latest Swimwear Designs

REFORMATION HAWAIIAN COLLECTION

Reformation Umbria Dress in Plumeria $218Reformation ‘Umbria’ Dress in Plumeria $218
A halter neck dress features a straight neckline with a wrap skirt in a tropical print.Reformation Puka Top in Lei $98Reformation ‘Puka’ Top in Lei $98
Channel tropical vibes in a short sleeve top made with a button front closure.

Reformation Corfu Dress in Aloha $198Reformation ‘Corfu’ Dress in Aloha $198
Look cute in a printed minidress featuring a sweetheart neckline and midsection cutout.Reformation Oahu Two Piece in Postcards $148Reformation ‘Oahu’ Two Piece in Postcards $148
This two piece shirt and shorts combo comes in a bold print capturing postcard scenes.Reformation Umbria Dress in Blue Lion $218Reformation ‘Umbria’ Dress in Blue Lion $218
Embrace sunny weather in a printed dress featuring a cut-out midsection and wrap silhouette.Reformation Puka Top in Aloha $98Reformation ‘Puka’ Top in Aloha $98
Paired with jeans, this Hawaiian print shirt exudes pure summer vibes.Reformation Corfu Dress in Gold Leaf $198Reformation ‘Corfu’ Dress in Gold Leaf $198
A mini length dress comes with a sweetheart neckline and zipper at the back.

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TROPICAL GETAWAY: 8 VACATION-READY LOOKS FROM URBAN OUTFITTERS

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Urban Outfitters Priscilla Button-Down Cropped Top and Priscilla High-Rise Short Urban Outfitters ‘Priscilla’ Button-Down Cropped Top and ‘Priscilla’ High-Rise Short

Summer vacation time is here, and Urban Outfitterswill help you make the most of it with the fashion retailer’s latest trend guide. Focusing on tropical styles, the lookbook focuses on vibrant prints and breezy silhouettes. From wide-leg pants to colorful sundresses and crop tops, warm weather style never looked better. Paired with slim sunglasses as well as cool flats, be inspired for your next getaway looks.

Related: Summer in the City | Casual Looks From Urban Outfitters

URBAN OUTFITTERS TROPICAL STYLE GUIDE FOR SUMMER 2018

UO Tootsie Button-Down Cropped JumpsuitUO ‘Tootsie’ Button-Down Cropped JumpsuitUO Marguerita Cut-Out Mini DressUO ‘Marguerita’ Cut-Out Mini Dress
UO Tropical Dreams Tank TopUO ‘Tropical Dreams’ Tank TopUO Cali Button-Down Mini DressUO ‘Cali’ Button-Down Mini DressUO Maddie Tie-Strap Striped DressUO ‘Maddie’ Tie-Strap Striped DressOut From Under Kindall Bodysuit and J.O.A. Printed Wide-Leg PantOut From Under ‘Kindall’ Bodysuit and J.O.A. Printed Wide-Leg PantJ.O.A. Pleated Wide Leg PantJ.O.A. Pleated Wide Leg Pant

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TIPS FOR SMARTER ONLINE SHOPPING

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The online shopping revolution has reached a point where many retail stores are struggling to stay afloat. And that includes many stores that cater to well-known fashion brands. As these stores try to figure out ways of staying relevant in the face of this onslaught, the deals for people who are buying their fashion items online seem to be getting better by the minute. You can easily get carried away with this online shopping, of course, since most of the items are bought by credit card and it can be ridiculously easy to click away until you’ve spent way too much money. That’s why it’s a good idea for you to devise a plan to prevent the nasty hangover of online shopping: the enormous credit card bill that somehow makes all those fancy clothes look less glamorous.


Just as online shopping has boomed, so have the resources grown for those people who want to save as much money as possible and still get the items that you want for your wardrobe. There really isn’t any reason for you to spurn the best of these resources such as PlusVoucherCode. But you should also come up with some strategies to prevent you from getting buyer’s remorse from all the online shopping. A few smarts can go a long way in the world of online shopping for fashion, and here are some of the ways that you can display those smarts.

1. READ THE REVIEWS

There are times when a deal seems too good to be true. And, in many cases, it is. The best way to find this out is to take a quick perusal of the reviews. Always remember that the more reviews there are, the more reliable a consensus it will tend to be. Don’t just settle for the star rating either. Take the time to scroll through and read the reviews in as thorough a fashion as possible. That way you might find out something that either draws you to or steers you away from the item in question.

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2. SIGN UP

Nobody likes seeing their inbox flooded with hundreds of e-mails. But the truth is that submitting your e-mail to a store upon purchasing an item not only will likely get you an immediate discount on that item, but it will also put you on a list to receive offers that the average customer won’t get. Deleting a few e-mails here and there seems a small price to pay for this convenience.

3. ALWAYS BUDGET

The problem with online shopping is that it can almost seem like you are getting the items for free: Click a button on some mouse and great clothes appear at your door in a matter of days. But when the bill comes due, you might not be ready for it. Try to go into each month with a set amount that you will spend on these items, getting discounts where you can, and don’t exceed it.

4. INTERNATIONAL PURCHASES

Not many people know that buying abroad, despite shipping costs, can be cheaper for some products. For example, if you are looking for Made in Italy products, ordering directly from Italy can save you money compared to buying imported goods with the increased prices from the retailer. By accessing amazon.it, they may send the goods directly to our address for products authorized for sale abroad. Furthermore, using these Amazon discount codes reserved for the Italian market, we could save even more on our purchase!

These are some of the ways that you can shop smartly for your online fashion items. Following these tips will help you enjoy the benefits with none of the aftertastes.

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STYLE FOR ALL: UNIVERSAL STANDARD X J. CREW’S CHIC CLOTHING

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Universal Standard for J. Crew Jersey Long-Sleeve Maxi Dress in Stripe
Universal Standard for J. Crew Jersey Long-Sleeve Maxi Dress in Stripe

Iconic American brand J. Crew links up with inclusive label Universal Standard for a new clothing collaboration. The collection includes sizes ranging from XXS to 5X. From lightweight dresses to embellished tops and relaxed jumpsuits, these pieces are great for the summer. Prices start at $50 and go up to $150. Stripes, ties and gingham patterns decorate the chic pieces.

Related: Woke Up Like This | 4 Pajama Inspired Styles From J. Crew

UNIVERSAL STANDARD X J. CREW COLLECTION

Universal Standard for J. Crew Cardigan Sweater and Stripe-Inset Cupro Pant
Universal Standard for J. Crew Cardigan Sweater and Stripe-Inset Cupro Pant
Universal Standard for J. Crew Poplin High-Low Maxi Dress
Universal Standard for J. Crew Poplin High-Low Maxi Dress
Universal Standard for J. Crew Cupro Tunic Dress
Universal Standard for J. Crew Cupro Tunic Dress
Universal Standard for J. Crew Linen V-Neck Top and J. Crew Point Sur High-Rise Boyfriend Jean in Destructed White Denim
Universal Standard for J. Crew Linen V-Neck Top and J. Crew Point Sur High-Rise Boyfriend Jean in Destructed White Denim
Universal Standard for J. Crew Asymmetrical Bow-Strap T-Shirt
Universal Standard for J. Crew Asymmetrical Bow-Strap T-Shirt
Universal Standard for J. Crew Cupro Wide-Leg Jumpsuit and J. Crew Classic Denim Jacket
Universal Standard for J. Crew Cupro Wide-Leg Jumpsuit and J. Crew Classic Denim Jacket
Universal Standard for J. Crew Poplin Drop-Waist Dress in Gingham
Universal Standard for J. Crew Poplin Drop-Waist Dress in Gingham

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VERSACE TAPS 54 MODELS FOR EPIC FALL 2018 CAMPAIGN

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Léa Julian, Kaia Gerber, Shanelle Nyasiase and Rachel Marx appear in Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Léa Julian, Kaia Gerber, Shanelle Nyasiase and Rachel Marx appear in Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign

The Versace family is out in full force for the Italian brand’s fall-winter 2018 campaign. Photographed by Steven Meisel, the longest-ever advertising images features 54 models ranging from well-known names to rising stars. Gigi Hadid, Kaia Gerber, Bella Hadid, Imaan Hammam, Vittoria Ceretti, Grace Elizabethand more pose in Versace’s colorful looks styled by Jacob K. For beauty, Pat McGrath works on makeup with hair by Guido Palau.

Related: Versace Takes On Colorful Plaids for Fall 2018

“My team doesn’t just extend to my work team. The Versace Clans are made of all members of the Versace family – from customers to models, fans, photographers, stylists, friends, artists and all who believe that staying relevant means moving forward and making your voice heard –all who believe that fashion is not a way to just say ‘look at me’ but rather ‘look at me, I have something to say’,” says Donatella Versace.

VERSACE FALL/WINTER 2018 CAMPAIGN

Oscar Kindelan, Gigi Hadid, Kris Grikaite and David Alexander Flinn front Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Oscar Kindelan, Gigi Hadid, Kris Grikaite and David Alexander Flinn front Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Julia Nobis, Iman Hammam, Salomon Diaz and Remington Williams for Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Julia Nobis, Iman Hammam, Salomon Diaz and Remington Williams for Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Sara Grace Wallerstedt, Matt Pitt, Sohyun Jung and Natalie Ogg appear in Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Sara Grace Wallerstedt, Matt Pitt, Sohyun Jung and Natalie Ogg appear in Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Ansley Gulielmi, Nora Attal, Fran Summers and Finnlay Davis for Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Ansley Gulielmi, Nora Attal, Fran Summers and Finnlay Davis for Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Eduarda Bretas, Emily Gafford, Blesnya Minher, Dylan Fender and Fei Fei Sun front Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Eduarda Bretas, Emily Gafford, Blesnya Minher, Dylan Fender and Fei Fei Sun front Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Adut Akech, Lexi Boling, Imari Karanja and Vittoria Ceretti star in Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Adut Akech, Lexi Boling, Imari Karanja and Vittoria Ceretti star in Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Malick Bodian, Grace Elizabeth, David Trulik and Naomi Chin Wing appear in Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Malick Bodian, Grace Elizabeth, David Trulik and Naomi Chin Wing appear in Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Paul Hameline, Hannah Motler, Gisele Fox, Yasmine Wijnaldum and Skylar Penn front Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Paul Hameline, Hannah Motler, Gisele Fox, Yasmine Wijnaldum and Skylar Penn front Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Rianne van Rompaey, Lily Nova, Xu Meen and Heejung Park appear in Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Rianne van Rompaey, Lily Nova, Xu Meen and Heejung Park appear in Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Natalie Westling, Hiandra Martinez, Ali Latif and Aube Jolicoeur front Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Natalie Westling, Hiandra Martinez, Ali Latif and Aube Jolicoeur front Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Josh Upshaw, Olivia Forte, Adela Stenberg, Aaron Shandel and Cara Taylor appear in Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Josh Upshaw, Olivia Forte, Adela Stenberg, Aaron Shandel and Cara Taylor appear in Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Joao Knorr, Bella Hadid and Stella Maxwell front Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign
Joao Knorr, Bella Hadid and Stella Maxwell front Versace fall-winter 2018 campaign

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