The countdown to festival season is over! As our excitement peaks we've started thinking about the festival essentials we'll be packing over our weekend of fun listening to our favourite musicians. From harness chest bags and cowboy boots to tie dye and sequins are you clued up on all the festival trends this year?
It’s the season for tying the knot and that means some exciting new additions to your wardrobe. We all want to look our best for the happy couple and of course, the wedding photos last a lifetime! Important to not only take into consideration the style of your chosen handbag, functionality mustn’t be overlooked. Is there room for your makeup? Tissues for when you get emotional? Confetti? Whether you’ve opted for a minimal dress or have gone for a playful two piece, we’ve got the perfect arm candy to accompany your outfit this wedding season.
Ted Baker pride themselves on being ‘no ordinary designer label’ – suggesting they’re a little quirkier, a little bolder, and a little more exuberant than their rivals. We take a look back over Ted’s history to see just how out of the ordinary the brand may be…
Karl Lagerfeld, a true visionary and the ingenious creative behind some of fashion's most prestigious labels including Fendi, Chloe and Chanel, as well as his own brand Karl Lagerfeld. The world was brought to a stand still after the creative genius who had made a significant contribution to modern day fashion passed away during London AW19 Fashion Week. We’re taking a look at how he climbed the fashion ladder and became the icon that we know and love today.
In 1993, former accessories editor at Mademoiselle, Kate Brosnahan Spade set out to design the perfect handbag. With a debut collection featuring just six silhouettes, Kate combined sleek, utilitarian shapes and a colour dominant palette in a way that was the first of its kind. From here, Kate Spade New York was born.
It was the turn of the bubble backpack and the crochet rainbow bucket bag throughout the 90's. Luckily almost 20 years on, our tastes have quite significantly improved. We're much more into classic shapes with the odd signature quirk, and functionality rules over the outrageous. Take a browse through the MyBag it-bags of today.