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National Accessory Day
We, as accessories lovers, can celebrate our very own day:
National Handbag Day.
We are happy to announce that Luxury Next Season is the founder of National Accessory Day - November 3rd as of 2019.
We love accessories. Accessories elevates our mood and outfits.
We invite all the accessory lovers to wear their best accessories that describe you best ans post photos an social media with #NationalAccessoryDay hashtag.
Show your commitment and love your accessories that show who we are! Wear your handbags, jewelries, scarves, socks, head bands, hats, watches, wallets, key chains on the of November 3rd!
BEST TRAVEL BAGS
Dior's tote of the moment has swept social media and makes for a statement travel bag that looks just as bold and beautiful beside you at the pool. Many of us use Dior Book Tote as a travel bag, and we can assure you, it makes for a great travel companion. The tote was perfect to accompany us to the pool with our needs and ideal as a carry on or overnight bag as well.
Dimensions are 13″H x 16″W x 2″D and the tote can be carried by hand or over the shoulder. When we learned more about the making of the bag, it quickly made its way higher up our want list. The price is not drastic for the effort that goes into its making and after having seen these versions of the bag, we find only wanting it more...
Let her decide
Ideal for the woman who knows her own taste, a Luxury Next Sason gift card is the perfect present, every time.
Shopping for someone else but not sure what to give them? Give them the gift of choice with a Luxury Next Season gift card.
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Street Style Trends
Colorful coats at NYFW REX/Shutterstock
Many combined the trend with another winter trend — the teddy coat — in light hues of pink and purple. Others opted for more bold prints in vibrant colors, like one showgoer who wore an orange coat featuring a paint splatter design.
In London, the showgoers looked to updated versions of the classic plaid print. Some looked to bright colors to elevate the pattern, including illustrator Jenny Walton, who wore a mod red and green plaid jacket over a multicolored spotted dress, and Blanca Miró, who wore a blue and white jacket.
While hair accessories were seen at all fashion month cities, headbands prevailed in Milan, where many looked to Prada’s satin plush version from its 2019 runway. Leonie Hanne, for one, wore Prada’s pink headband with a matching outfit consisting of a Rokh pink blazer and MSGM dress. Others opted for Prada’s gold studded headband, which Tamu McPherson paired with a leather trench coat.
THE FEMALE FOUNDER COLLECTIVE
We are happy to be a member of the Female Founder Collective that founded by Rebecca Minkoff. The Female Founder Collective is a network of businesses led by women, supporting women. Our mission is to enable and empower female owned and led businesses to positively impact our communities, both socially and economically.
When women join together to enact change, anything can happen!
FFC badge denotes a female- founded company and by displaying it we show our support for women-owned businesses. By increasing the wealth and opportunities for women-owned businesses, we can significantly impact our communities for the better.
We are proudly carry the FFC badge on our website.
Fashion Fights Cancer
Cancer facts show the disease warrants increased awareness, help to underserved communities, and funding for cancer research – all renewing hope for cancer patients and survivors.
- Cancer is the second most common cause of death in the U.S. accounting for nearly 1 of every 4 deaths.
- The survival rate for all cancers is 68%, up from 49%—reason for continued hope.
- Approximately 1,685,210 new cancer cases are expected to be diagnosed in 2016.
- In 2016, about 595,690 Americans are expected to die of cancer, more than 1,600 people a day.
- The most recent estimates of the overall costs of cancer are $226.8 billion ($103.8 billion for direct medical costs/$123 billion for indirect mortality costs (cost of lost productivity due to premature death).
Please join us in bringing hope and healing to cancer patients and survivors in your community and for those you love.