2010 October 12
WHAT: Hester van Eeghan Fishy Stingray clutch
WHY: 10.10.10 wasn't just a date that got numbers-loving chicsters talking---it was also the date of the U.S. launch for Hester van Eeghen, beloved Dutch designer, who celebrated a collection of 10 new bags on her brand-new website. As great lovers of all things Dutch (Lara Stone, Viktor & Rolf...), The Daily is already hooked---particularly on this luxe stingray clutch, part of a limited-run that will be available on November 1. Get your clicking fingers ready!
AVAILABLE: www.hveus.com, November 1
2010 October 11
WHAT: NewbarK Manu shoe
WHY: The Daily's long been fans of Maryam and Marjan Malakpour's NewbarK, a chic slip-on shoe line. And while the beauty of the line lies in its simplicity, the stylist sisters are mixing it up a little bit for Fall 2010, adding two new styles (with a handbag style launching for Holiday!). Our favorite? The Collection Noir, which has a hard sole rather than their typical soft leather, a tiny heel, and loafer-styling. It's particularly gorgeous in this sleek snake, non?
AVAILABLE: Maxfield, Los Angeles, in November
2010 October 8
WHAT: Tommy Hilfiger sunglasses
WHY: It's been days of dreariness and rain, but the sun is finally showing its face...and promises to stick around for the weekend. Go out and bask, darlings! And unless you've been living under a rock, you know that October is the month for breast cancer awareness---so the fact that 30 percent of sales from these pink shades go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation makes them that much sweeter. Happy weekend!
AVAILABLE: Tommy Hilfiger, 681 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10022, 212.223.1824
2010 October 7
WHAT: Soigne K wooden bangles
WHY: These wooden bangles studded with semi-precious stones are just some of the treasures to be found at Soigne K, the new Madison Avenue boutique featuring a lineup of Indian designers (some you know, like Manish Arora and Falguni & Shane, while other designers like Ashish Soni, Pria Kataria, and Prashant Verma are prime for discovering). But it's not just curating that owner Soigné Kothari does all day: she also designs a line of jewelry for the shop. When it comes to these bangles, the more the merrier, non? An added incentive to spend? For every purchase over $500, the store will donate one school uniform to an underprivileged child in the rural region of Banaskantha, India.
PRICE: $165 - 245 each
AVAILABLE: Soigne K, 717 Madison Avenue, New York