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The Duchess of Sussex is forever on point with her sartorial choices — and now you can take a page from her fashion book for a surprisingly un-royal price.On the last day of her tour of Australia last year, Meghan was spotted carrying a beautiful dusky rose Mini Chain Saddle Bag from Cuyana that retails for $225. The bag sold out almost right away after being seen on the Duchess, but it’s now back in stock! In addition to being made of the finest leather with Italian-plated hardware, the bag is big enough to store your iPhone and other essentials.Get it before it sells out, or take a look through our gallery for other Duchess-inspired mini handbags!Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA!Follow us on Twitter and Instagram.Check out Yahoo Canada’s podcast, Make It Reign — our hot takes on all things royals in a non-stuffy way — on Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts.
The American favorite for clear resealable pouches is entering the handbag business — at least in Hoda Kotb’s world. Kotb attended the TIME 100 Gala on Tuesday night carrying her belongings in a see-through zip-close bag, and her reasoning makes perfect sense.
In summer 2017, the Kooples collaborated with Emily Ratajkowski to create the perfect bag for all occasions. Now the French brand, which vowed to go fur-free in 2016, is keeping its promise by teaming up with PETA on a new vegan clutch made of faux pony hair and a playful leopard print.The bag retails for $65, and all proceeds will benefit PETA. The Kooples x PETA clutch is available now in all Kooples stores and online at the thekooples.com.However, the Kooples isn’t the only brand that has embraced the fur-free movement. Most recently, Gucci announced that its collections will be fur-free starting with spring-summer 2018. Plus, Stella McCartney has always been transparent with the production and materials of her pieces, offering cruelty-free fashion. So, as bigger fashion houses shift their focus to more animal-friendly products, faux-leather and faux-fur items are becoming more accessible through fashion retailers like H&M, Gap, Net-a-Porter, Yoox, and more. Here are our picks of the best leather-free and fashion-forward bags worth adding to your closet. Read More from Yahoo Lifestyle: • These Sundance celeb looks are here to inspire your own winter wardrobe • What to do when an adult bullies your kid, like what happened to Tom Brady • Beyoncé’s $18 Glossier brush, Cardi B’s $10 drugstore fake eyelashes, and more affordable Grammys beauty inspirationFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Coach Inc. purchased Kate Spade for more than $2 billion, announced on Monday. But shoppers aren't happy about it — for all the wrong reasons.
This year is shaping up to be the year of the modern shag, and Chloë Grace Moretz has become the latest to show off the new cool-girl cut in a series of fun, floral photographs from Coach‘s just-dropped spring 2017 ad campaign. In the newly released images, shot by longtime Coach collaborator Steven Meisel and styled by Karl Templer, the 19-year-old actress sports oh-so-perfectly-windblown hair and a modern mix of tough and feminine pieces, including a colorful floral dress (trend alert) and a lace-adorned biker jacket worn over a sheer, printed skirt. Coach’s Swagger, Edie, and Drifter bags are front and center in spring-ready shades of eye-catching pink, chalk white, and crisp sunshine yellow.
If the Duchess of Cambridge is known for one thing, it’s recycling. She’s adored for the fact that she knows a good piece when she sees it and isn’t afraid to rock it again and again. ALSO SEE: All the times the Duchess of Cambridge has re-worn her favourite outfits in 2016While it’s much more obvious when she rewears one of her classic coats or dresses, there’s one item that comes up nearly every time she leaves the palace: her clutch! Click through the gallery above to see all the times she’s rocked this tiny essential and let us know if you have a signature piece you’re never without by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.
You’ve seen the trends, you know about the shoes. Now, all that’s left is for you to look at the bags. The clutch, the bucket, the ladylike top-handle — they are all here and filled with color, embellishment and texture, proving that Italians really are the kings and queens of leatherwear. Ahead, a look at the 11 most fun and luxurious bags to lust after, come next spring.Yahoo Style is live from Fashion Week! Keep it here for your front row view of the best looks and buzziest moments.