Meet the Saint Laurent Lou Lou Shopper for the Cruise 2018 Collection. Is it a new bag? Yes it is, but it’s not a new collection. In the past, Saint Laurent has already created the Lou Lou Shoulder Bag and the Lou Lou Backpack. Now it welcomes the shopper edition to the family.


Elegant, sophisticated yet bursting of endless love from Saint Laurent thanks to the design and craftsmanship. The body of the bag is quilted but in a unique way – it’s actually Y quilted, which refers the brand’s first letter name. And if that’s not enough, this bag is also crafted with the iconic YSL logo on the leather patch closure.


The Y quilting can be compared to the Chevron Quilting, both are sophisticated and makes the bag look chic but busy. It comes with a chain top handle, supported with a leather patch for shoulder comfort. And of course, you can also opt-in to carry the bag on your shoulder by using the long leather strap. This leather strap can also be adjusted.

The Interior


The inside of the Lou Lou Shopper Bag is structured and organized. It’s ready to help your transport all your belongings or become your next everyday bag. The interior is made with two internal compartments, a zipped center compartment, plus several zipped and slot pocket.

The Sizes And Prices

Saint Laurent Small Lou Lou Shopper
Size: 7.5’ x 9.5’ x 4’ (H x W x D) inches
Prices: $1990 USD, €1650 euro, ¥225000 JPY, $2785 AUD, $15900 HKD

Saint Laurent Large Lou Lou Shopper
Size: 10’ x 13.5’ x 5’ (H x W x D) inches
Prices: $2550 USD, €2035 euro, ¥275000 JPY, $3485 AUD, $19900 HKD

Where to shop Saint Laurent Lou Lou Shopper?

1. MyTheresa – The small and medium size is available here.

2. Farfetch – check out other styles of the Lou Lou Bag here.

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Model Hilary Rhoda looks ready for party season in the fall-winter 2017 catalog from fashion retailer Lord & Taylor. The American beauty poses in evening wear looks including glittering dresses and dazzling accessories. Photographed by Matthew Sprout, Hilary is an elegant vision in designs from the likes of Diane von Furstenberg, Lauren Ralph Lauren and Adrianna Papell. / Makeup by Bryan Zaragoza @ See Management

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See what to wear for December 2017See what to wear for December 2017

December is finally here, and that means it is time to start planning for party season. Finding the perfect styles to wear at all those end-of-the-year events can be quite the challenge. But our roundup of December essentials will have you looking in the right direction. Whether you want cozy sweaters, elegant jackets or glittery dresses; these pieces will certainly upgrade your winter wardrobe. Finishing our list of must-haves, we focus on boots as well as on-trend bags.

Related: Lou Doillon Teams Up with & Other Stories on Parisian Chic Clothing


Express Feather Cowl Neck SweaterExpress Feather Cowl Neck SweaterREVOLVE x Michael Costello Justin Gown $238REVOLVE x Michael Costello ‘Justin’ Gown $238
Look red-hot in a flowy gown featuring a lace inset and front slits.
Rag & Bone Wesley Bootie $262.50 (previously $525)Rag & Bone ‘Wesley’ Bootie $262.50
A dark grey suede bootie features a low, 2″ block heel.H&M Faux Fur Jacket and Draped TopH&M Faux Fur Jacket and Draped TopA.L.C. Kravitz Lamé Halter Dress $695A.L.C. ‘Kravitz’ Lamé Halter Dress $695
This metallic dress will make you stand out at any party with accordion-pleating.Warby Parker Eugene Small Glasses in Rose Crystal $95Warby Parker ‘Eugene Small’ Glasses in Rose Crystal $95
Look pretty in pink wearing a round frame made for a narrow face.Reformation Jasper Top $98 and Clint Pant in Crimson $178Reformation ‘Jasper’ Top $98 and ‘Clint’ Pant in Crimson $178
Channel 70’s vibe in a soft, red velvet top and pant set.Madewell Cableknit Pullover Sweater, Ribbed Pom-Pom Beanie, Langford Wide-Leg Crop Pants in Metallic and Star Statement EarringsMadewell Cableknit Pullover Sweater, Ribbed Pom-Pom Beanie, Langford Wide-Leg Crop Pants in Metallic and Star Statement EarringsRené Caovilla x LVR Edition Swarovski Leather Boots $2,770René Caovilla x LVR Edition Swarovski Leather Boots $2,770
A leather boot gets a glam update with Swarovski crystals as well as buckle closures.Proenza Schouler Metallic Leather Medium PS1 Satchel $2,121Proenza Schouler Metallic Leather Medium PS1 Satchel $2,121
This bag comes in a moto inspired metallic leather with unique details.Free People Jeweled Baroque Turban Headband and Intimately Free People Sequin BramiFree People Jeweled Baroque Turban Headband and Intimately Free People Sequin BramiMadewell x No. 6 Silk Kimono Dress in Wisteria Spray $188Madewell x No. 6 Silk Kimono Dress in Wisteria Spray $188
This silk maxi dress includes kimono-inspired wide sleeves as well as a tie at the waist.

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Photo: Free PeoplePhoto: Free People

Deciding how to dress is always a matter of personal preference. It entirely depends on your mood, what you’re doing from day to day, and the kinds of situations you’re going to find yourself in. But, there are a few occasions where deciding what to dress is a little bit more set, drawing on a dress code rather than pulling something from your wardrobe rail in a rush to get out the door in the morning.


One such time is when you’re going to the theater. Unlike a night at the movies, a night at the theater means you’re going to be seated in front of a band of talented actors in person, which tends to call for showing a certain level of respect for their craft and the venue. So, whether you have tickets to see Madam Butterfly on Broadway, or are supporting your local stage companies, here are some pointers on what to wear for a theater show.

First things first – unless you’re watching a show in a very modern venue, it’s likely the room is going to get a little warm. For this reason, it’s a good idea to choose lightweight clothing you can ‘layer off’ and remove as you see fit. Wear a lightweight cardigan or sweater, and don’t bring a bulky coat with you: there won’t be much room to store it and you’ll overheat if you have to keep it on your lap for the duration of the performance.  

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Also, it’s always worth wearing closed-toe shoes to theater, and that’s because there tends to be someone who takes their seat once the show has started, clambering through the aisle and stomping on everyone’s feet! Protect your toes and keep your feet tucked beneath your chair if a neighbor needs to squeeze past you.

Think carefully about your accessories when you’re getting dressed up for the theater. For example, gloves and scarves might be perfect for cooler weather conditions, but you’ll have to keep them bundled up on your lap if you take them to the theater. Even your choice of handbag matters, as a smaller one will comfortably slot down the side of your chair without taking up much room. You don’t want anyone to step on your nice bag just as much as you don’t want them to tread on your toes.

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But what about the old tradition of getting dressed up? Well, you can if you want to, but it tends not to be the ‘done’ thing anymore. If it’s opening night for a Broadway show, it’s a good idea to get as dressed up as you can, choosing evening wear that would be suitable for a fancy restaurant afterwards. But, if you’re attending an afternoon show that’s been running for a while, or are watching something like Hairspray or the Rocky Horror Show, you might draw some unusual looks rocking up in a cocktail dress.

However, when it comes to presenting ‘your best self’ at the theater, one thing is true: it’s not about what you wear, but how you behave instead. Wearing a pair of jeans and a crumpled t-shirt is fine if you’re going to have the good manners to turn your mobile to silent and give the performers your full attention… there’s no use being dressed up if you’re not going to show the level of respect the actors deserve.

So, what do you think people should wear to the theater? And do you think we should ‘bring back’ the tradition of getting dressed up for it?  

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Whenever I see this new Louis Vuitton Saint Placide Bag, it somehow reminds me of the Saint-Germain Bag. Both are gorgeous handbags and deserve a place in the permanent collection of the house. For those that are interested, Saint Placide is a station on line 4 of the metro (subway) in the 6th arrondissement in Paris. And this handbag is designed for the Cruise 2018 Collection.

The Design


If the Saint Germain Bag is too sophisticated, then perhaps the Saint Placide Bag is a better option. This new Chain Bag combines Monogram Canvas with supple and coloured leather flap. The Monogram Canvas body is the signature print of the house and the flap adds an interesting contrast to the whole design.

What’s more important is the gleaming golden clasp in the center. This clasp is inspired by the historic House trunks, which means it’s designed with a classic piece.

The Saint Placide Bag comes with sliding multi-carry golden chain. You can carry this bag on your shoulder or cross body. The flat leather shoulder piece is for comfort purpose.

The Monogram is made from Coated Canvas while the flap is crafted from cowhide leather.

The Interior

This beautiful bag looks small, but it can easily fit a long wallet and other essentials. There is a main compartment inside, but also a smartphone pocket or a zipped pocket. You can wear this piece easily from day to night.

The Size And Price

Measuring 10.2 x 6.4 x 2.8 (L x H x W) inches, priced at $2080 USD, $2650 CAD, €1550 euro, £1450 GBP, $17100 HKD, $2760 AUD, ¥244080 JPY, $2760 AUD, ¥15800 CNY via Louis Vuitton boutiques.

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Calvin Klein Buckled Stand-Collar ‘Walker’ Coat $109.99 (previously $275)
This tailored jacket hits at the knee and includes a stand collar.

Black Friday is almost here, and one of the top retailers to shop is Macy’s. Want to get ahead? Shop online starting at Wednesday, November 22nd through Saturday, November 25th. And want to see the deals in stores? From 3-10 PM on November 22nd, shop. And shop at November 25th starting at 5 PM. And want want even more savings online? Use the promo code HURRY for an extra 20% off Black Friday deals. But if you can’t wait, discover some items on sale right now. For even more, make sure to head over to

Related: Find Out Nordstrom’s Black Friday & Cyber Monday Deals


Vince Camuto Catinka Fringe Booties $69.43 (previously $139)Vince Camuto ‘Catinka’ Fringe Booties $69.43 (previously $139)
Be on-trend in a fringe embellished bootie featuring an open-toe and slingback styling.Coach 'Drifter' Mixed Leather Handbag $357 (previously $595)Coach ‘Drifter’ Mixed Leather Handbag $357 (previously $595)
Add some chic to your outfit with a leather and suede bag including a COACH turnlock.
MICHAEL Michael Kors Belted Walker Coat $167.99 (previously $420)MICHAEL Michael Kors Belted ‘Walker’ Coat $167.99 (previously $420)
Stay cinched in a belted coat that fastens asymmetrically at the waist.INC International Concepts Rikkie Wide-Calf Over-the-Knee Boots $59.73 (previously $119.50)INC International Concepts ‘Rikkie’ Wide-Calf Over-the-Knee Boots $59.73 (previously $119.50)
Cover up this season in an over-the-knee boot made of microsuede.

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