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The Chanel Coco Curve Flap Bag is not a new bag, but it’s worth mentioning because it’s gorgeous and it has been featured in two collections so far. This bag was first-introduced in the Pre-Fall 2016 Collection and has returned for the Fall Winter 2017 Collection Act 1.

There are two types of the Chanel Coco Curve Bag; this is the shoulder bag version, but there is also a chic tote bag version. The style of the Coco Curve is to look elegant, but at the same also modern. Now let’s dive into the tiny details.

The Design

The Coco Curve Flap Bag is quite an exceptional bag because of the way it’s put together. The design is to mix smooth leather with diamond quilting and create an experience between classic and modern.

On the Vanity Curve Case Bag, the front is crafted in nice smooth leather while the back is made in diamond quilting.

On this Coco Curve Flap Bag, the flap is crafted in smooth leather while the part behind the flap is diamond quilted. However, the sides and the back of the bag are also crafted in smooth leather.

The Coco Curve Flap Bag comes with the woven chain leather strap for carrying on the shoulder or cross body, and there is also a top handle designed for hand-carry. This is truly chic lady-like bag in round shape with a curvy flap to maximize the feminine appeal.

But what’s more important is the brand-new large-size CC logo on the front. This logo is an effortless flaunt and it’s colored in the same shade as the bag.

To build this handbag, Chanel picked two different leathers; goatskin and calfskin. Both leathers are impeccable and durable.

And oh yes, it comes with a quilted back pocket that can be opened or closed with a zip.

The Interior


When you open this bag, you will find one large main compartment, but also a zip compartment on the front as well as a zip compartment on the back. So there is plenty of room to organize your personal items, but there are also pockets to store your important essentials.

The Sizes And Prices

Chanel Coco Curve Flap Bag in Goatskin
Style code: A93461
Size: 5.5’ x 9.8’ x 2.8’ inches
Prices: $3300 USD, €3350 euro, £2900 GBP, $27100 HKD, $5140 AUD, $4675 CAD, ¥417960 JPY, ¥26500 CNY

Chanel Python Coco Curve Flap Bag
Style code: A93460
Size: 5.5’ x 8.3’ x 2.8’ inches
Prices: $6700 USD, €6900 euro, £5980 GBP, $55700 HKD, $10580 AUD, $9575 CAD, ¥859680 JPY, ¥54600 CNY

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Rihanna on Dazed Magazine Winter 2017 Cover
Rihanna on Dazed Magazine Winter 2017 Cover

Rihanna graces four covers for the Winter 2017 issue of Dazed Magazine. The pop star poses for Harley Weir in a series of shots captured outdoors. In the accompanying shoot, Rihanna wears avant garde looks including gowns and puffer jackets. Stylist Robbie Spencer selects the designs of Philipp Plein, Simone Rocha and Maison Margiela amongst others for the shoot.

Related: Rihanna Lands Vogue Paris’ December Cover (Photos)


Singer Rihanna wears Philipp Plein puffer jacket and Courrèges crop top on Dazed Magazine Winter 2017 Cover
Singer Rihanna wears Philipp Plein puffer jacket and Courrèges crop top on Dazed Magazine Winter 2017 Cover
Ready for her closeup, Rihanna poses in Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood dress and Simone Rocha necklace
Ready for her closeup, Rihanna poses in Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood dress and Simone Rocha necklace
Lounging on a car, Rihanna wears Unravel bolero bomber jacket, Molly Goddard tulle dress and Mulberry earrings
Lounging on a car, Rihanna wears Unravel bolero bomber jacket, Molly Goddard tulle dress and Mulberry earrings
Rihanna poses in Maison Margiela coat and t-shirt with Intimissimi slip
Rihanna poses in Maison Margiela coat and t-shirt with Intimissimi slip
Looking red-hot, Rihanna poses in Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood dress
Looking red-hot, Rihanna poses in Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood dress

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Theory Shearling Peacoat $1,377 (previously $2,295)
Theory Shearling Peacoat $1,377 (previously $2,295)
Stay warm in style wearing a shearling lined leather jacket with a peacoat silhouette.

Black Friday is almost here, but if you want to save with Theory, you do not have to wait. Just make sure to spend more and save more depending on the total of your purchase. From dresses to jackets to sweaters to pants and tops; we rounded up five must-have pieces below. So here is how the sale works. Spend $200 and take 20% off, spend $400 and take 25% off, or spend $600 for 30% off. Use the code THANKS to get the discount, and hurry up, because the sale ends on November 27th at 3:59 AM ET. Shop Black Friday deals at

Related: Check Out Gilt’s Black Friday & Cyber Monday Sales


Theory Boucle Crewneck Sweater $171 (previously $285)
Theory Boucle Crewneck Sweater $171 (previously $285)
This classic sweater is made from premium merino wool with a crimped texture.
Newbark Jacks Slip On Flat $225 (previously $375)
Newbark ‘Jacks’ Slip On Flat $225 (previously $375)
These slipper inspired flats feature a playful zebra motif made of short calf hair.
Theory Wool Plaid Power Jacket $357 (previously $595)
Theory Wool Plaid Power Jacket $357 (previously $595)
Take on power dressing in a menswear inspired jacket with a plaid print.
Theory Bell-Sleeve Mini Dress $201 (previously $335)
Theory Bell-Sleeve Mini Dress $201 (previously $335)
The little black dress gets updated with 1970’s inspired bell sleeves.

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The Vara Bag is already a well-known handbag and it’s not so pricey. However, there is a new style available and it looks much more delicious. It’s called the Salvatore Ferragamo Vara Rainbow Bag and it’s released for the Fall Winter 2017 Collection. What I love about this bag is the pop of colors that you can choose. Let’s chat about that!

The Design



The new Ferragamo Vara Rainbow Bag is even more stylish and modern than the previous one. It’s designed with a squared and boxy-like shape (when you look at it from the front). It also features the signature Bow with the house’s signature marked on it.

Unlike the older version, the Vara Rainbow Bag appears to be solid and it will definitely hold shape. This is an adorable bag but a bit more expensive.

The chain strap can be used to carry the bag on your shoulder or even cross body. The chain can be adjusted to your comfort. The measurement is 20 – 22’ inch drop.

What you will also love is the extra pocket on the backside. This pocket is not a patch pocket but its secured with a zipper.

The Interior



What is beautiful must also be practical. The interior of this bag is packed with useful pockets to help you organize your personal essentials. Inside you will find the main compartment for all your stuff, but also a zipped pocket to secure your important necessities.

The Sizes and Prices

Measuring 15 x 20 x 13 (H x L x W) cm, priced at $1390 USD, €1090 euro, £975 GBP via Ferragamo boutiques.

Where to shop Ferragamo Vara Rainbow Bag?

1. Salvatore Ferragamo – Visit Salvatore Ferragamo official website to get this bag (or the boutique)

2. Farfetch – You can find a lot of Ferragamo Vara Bags here, also other styles.

3. Luisa Via Roma – More colors and variations of styles.

4. Salvatore Ferragamo – Find a lot of different Vara Bag styles here.

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Photo: Free People

The number of women opting for a waistcoat has increased in recent years. The iconic piece was once considered a masculine clothing item to wear. And for some women, the notion still exists. And then there are some women who just do not how to incorporate it in their wardrobe. However, this piece can really add a touch of sophistication to just about any look. In short, you can wear a waistcoat and look amazing no matter your person style. So in case you are planning to wear a waistcoat this winter, here are a few tips to help you look stunning and on-trend:


First up, you must know that the cowboy look has never gone out of style. You can build the ultimate cowboy look in a number of ways, but the best way to create this look without much effort is to wear a waistcoat with fringe along with a pair of jeans and short or tall boots. You will see your look can change instantly. You can wear the waistcoat in a beige or black color, or even choose one in a deep navy color. You can easily find one at With your favorite pair of jeans you can also wear a pair of leather or suede boots to take your look to the next level.


You can always look glamorous by wearing your basic black waistcoat with your pair of deep blue tight jeans. You can have any pair of chic footwear or strappy sandals. Now you can easily rock this look anywhere whether you want to go for a lunch or a daytime shopping.

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Photo: Urban Outfitters


Now this style is something that no girl can say no to and so it is going to stay around for sure. You can have your waistcoat with a bouncy, flouncy gypsy-style skirt. Wear with a chic blouse or off-the-shoulder top to create the ultimate look. To add a little flair you can have a cowboy hat as a part of your accessories.


If you are planning to go on an adventurous trip or plan a small outing you can team up your waistcoat with shorts. You can choose to have a waistcoat in a sand or olive color to make the best combination. You can find your waistcoat in different colors using Myntra offers & vouchers.

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It is true that you can dress up your waistcoat look in lieu of more casual styles. You can easily have the ultra-chic look just by adding a waistcoat. For a work environment, wear a waistcoat over trousers or pencil skirt. Make sure to keep the piece embellishment free for a more professional look.  


You can even take out your waistcoat for a party or a night out. You can pair a glittery, trendy and nice waistcoat with a short skirt, with a pair of black jeans or tight-fitting trousers. In case your waistcoat is not eye-catching you can simply decorate it with some sequins or floral patches.

No matter your style, you can easily wear waistcoats for any occasion. So whether you are taking on a day at the office, or a special lunch with a loved one, the waistcoat can help you get the right look.  

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Today’s world is about fast moving, 140-character texting, flexible work environments that convey a fluid transition from old school slow corporations to quick maneuvering small businesses that can react quickly to change. But men’s style can take a few hints from the past to create a fresh and relevant perspective. This is a list of the top ten classic styles that still work well today.


This classic staple of the old school dress code is still well received and goes well with almost any other thing on this list. It’s clean lines and casual openness conveys the flexibility that the man wearing it wants to portray. While it’s been around for decades and longer, it still has that professional appeal without being basic black. It’s the bluer cousin of the suit and tells someone you are willing to relax a bit and listen to new ideas.

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While some shoes have come into fashion as business attire, the dress shoe is still the best way to tell a client or boss that you are serious about your career. Most modern shoes are plain toe oxford or Derby style in either shoe or boot. These are a personal preference that come in classic colors of brown, tan, and black. They go well with many items on this list and convey the polished look that most young professionals are looking for today.


The Oxford shirt doesn’t actually come from Oxford, England. Its origins are in Scotland back in the 19th century. Today this shirt’s weave and style are still part of the young professional’s attire. Paired with any of the other items on this list with modern pastel colors and you’ve got a style that will get the attention of your boss every time.


The basic brown belt used to come only in leather, but today you can find this classic belt in mixed blends of cotton and nylon. It used to be functional to hold up ill-fitting trousers, but today’s well-fitting trousers only use this to accessorize. It shows your attention to detail.


A trench coat is heavy duty raincoat that is made of waterproof cotton, leather or poplin. It comes in various lengths from the longest being just above the ankle to the shortest being just above the knee. It was originally developed for Army officers and adapted for World War I trenches. Hence the name. Today, it’s a perfect covering for those rainy or snow filled days commuting to work. It still functions well to protect your underclothes from getting soaked and ruined.

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The versatile, strong, material called cashmere can be traditionally harvested using the Himalayan tradition of collecting the soft supple hairs of the wild Capra Hircus goat. This completely artisanal and eco-friendly method helps keep the goats wild and free. Whether is traditional Mongolian cashmere or Scottish cashmere, this long-lasting garment is a luxurious addition to your style. If you haven’t owned cashmere before, check out this care guide from Robert OId to get the most from your new garments.


Business casual pants have changed a lot since Dockers first became the go to trouser for the cubicle living engineer. Nowadays, business trousers should be well fitting and snug. Gone are the days where looser slacks are in. Today, it looks sloppy and makes men look bigger than they are. On the other hand, don’t go too skinny so that your thighs ripple. A good pair of well-fitting trousers with the correct hemline shows that you can be accurate and have a good attention to detail.


In the 17th century the king of France hired mercenaries who wore a piece of cloth tied around their necks as part of their uniform and served the purpose of keeping their jacket closed. The king was impressed and the tie was born. The modern version of the tie came about in the 1900’s and has been part of men’s fashion ever since. Many iterations of the tie have come and gone in the past. Think bolo tie and spaghetti westerns from the seventies. Today, the tie has gone back to its traditional roots and continues to be a needed accessory to the modern businessman.


Polo shirts became famous in the late 19th century. But it wasn’t polo players that originally created it. A tennis player,Rene Lacoste, created what he called Pique tennis shirt, that had short sleeves and button plaque pullover jersey. After Rene retired and mass produced his shirt style, Polo players embraced the concept and it became known as the premier jersey for the sport. Today, polo shirts are worn by almost every business man as a staple of casual Fridays. This classic style keeps its value even in modern society.

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What ensemble is complete without the classic arm accessory, the watch. While the concept of the wristwatch was kicked around as early as the 16th century, the modern wristwatch didn’t really get mass produced until the mid-nineteenth century and were exclusively worn by women. Men only carried pocket watches. It wasn’t until the end of the century when military men began using them that they become something men wore on a regular basis. Today, the wristwatch is an important accessory to show class and polished style. Telling time with a watch isn’t as pervasive because of the onset of digital devices. Even with this change in use, however, nothing says you’ve got your stuff together than wearing a nice watch.

 Classic styles can be utilized in today’s modern world to bring a polished look to any wardrobe. And today’s male can utilize these classic items to bring a sense of sophistication, timelessness and attention to your wardrobe.

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