Have you ever thought about designing your own travel handbag or tote?
Probably not, because it’s a difficult concept to imagine.
But thanks to Pop Bag USA, you can custom-create the leather travel bag of your dreams, in a matter of minutes.
It takes flying first-class to a whole new level. Who doesn’t love make-your-own designer accessories?
You must have heard that conditioning makes leather last. This is true, but you may be wondering how to condition leather. If you are interested in enhancing your leather, read on to see what conditioning the timeless material can do for you.
This article is for leather enthusiasts who are interested in keeping their leather items (bags, seats, clothes, or belts) in ‘like-new’ condition. In this overview, you’re going to learn about the types of leather, leather conditioning, leather cleaning, and leather cleaning agents.
Keep all your beauty favourites in a chic and sophisticated carrier. Ditch the bottom of your handbag as makeup storage with one of these cosmetic carriers
Carrying your favourite beauty products around with you at all times can be tough. Not only do they constantly get lost in your Mary Poppins bag, but often times they can get damaged. If you are the type of person who is always rooting around at the bottom of your handbag for your mascara or eyeliner during rush hour, we think it’s time for you to invest in something to put them in. Helping preserve your brushes is key, as is ensuring your pricey serums and day creams stay intact. After all, what’s worse than opening your bag to find everything wet, sticky and ruined?
Kate Spade, who died on Tuesday in an apparent suicide, left her job as an accessories editor at Mademoiselle Magazine to launch her eponymous handbag company in 1991.
The Kate Spade brand, which she and her husband (and co-founder) exited in 2006, was sold by Neiman Marcus to a company called Tapestry Inc. in 2017 in a transaction that valued the business at $2.4 billion.
HOW TO CHOOSE THE TOILETRY BAG FOR YOU
Every traveler needs a good toiletry bag. You may be the type that can get by on just a toothbrush and a tube of toothpaste, but the accessories you need for more than a few days away quickly mount up. Shampoo and body wash is increasingly provided by hotels these days, but you still need to travel with your own deodorant, razor, shaving cream, moisturizer, creams, gels, medication, tablets … the list goes on and on.