Hello-Hello, happy Friday!
We have all manner of tidbits today, so we shall jump right in with a look at the new Angela Adams for J. Crew bags. The collection launched today.
The bags are made of recycled sailcloth, an outstanding and highly durable fabric perfect for a tote.
All bags shown above retail at $198 at J. Crew, they are also available online.
We have long been fond of this designer, below two of the bags on the Angela Adams site.
In other Crew news, we have previously chatted about the J. Crew launch on Net-a-Porter, that collection has debuted.
A reminder, this is from the Net-a-Porter collection available internationally; currently only one J. Crew item is seen on the upscale discounter’s US site.
“The prepped-out, sexy, and summery shots are totally Lilly Pulitzer-meets-Vilbrequin-meets-Saturday’s Surf NYC, with a vintage, Cali-cool aesthetic that’s putting us in a mood for an uber strong gimlet. So guys, pack up an L.L. Bean tote: You know you’ll be rocking these to some Vampire Weekend tracks come Memorial Day weekend.”
And then there is this: the List of Preppy Baby Names. Now, call us crazy, but we are a tad stymied by some of the names selected for the list:
And those are from the list of Girls’ Names.
Yesterday we offered a lengthy listing of just some of the new merchandise we’ll be adding to our Lilly Pulitzer Stationery and Gift line, available mid-summer. One of the personalized items to be offered is an acrylic tray; below we show the version we shall be carrying in our Jonathan Adler Nifty Gifties collection.
(We already have those snappy Reusable Plastic Tumblers in stock.)
For a bit of Friday Fun we show actor Ed Westwick at last night’s party celebrating the 30th Anniversary for Express stores.
The stars from that favorite faux prep school show, Gossip Girl, is shown below with Chanel Iman, Caroline Trentini, Elettra Wiedemann.
Below, Mr. Westwick’s costar, Chace Crawford, headed into this week’s CW upfront presentation. (The annual presentation to advertiser and agencies, yours truly has been through many of these and they are always fascinating.)
The network is only introducing two new shows, Nikita and Hellcats (ahem); the latter is described as a cheerleading drama. Indeed.
With that we say g’bye until next time, may your weekend be filled with sunshine!