The American Football Playoffs are this weekend. Who are you rooting for?
Or do you just want a sparkly bag in your favorite colors?
At $3995.00 a pop, please don’t be tossing that sparkly ball around.
Better to play Powder Puff with a proper football~
Traditional Trick or Treating may be put on hold for this year, but there are other options available:
- Outdoor haunted forests
- Outdoor Halloween Movie Venues
- Costume Parades
- Offering prepared “pick up” goodie bags
- Watching for the Full Moon!
- Decorating your home or yourself for the Holiday
If you aren’t going to wear a full-blown costume, Judith Leiber can set the tone for your ornate Halloween pleasure with her skull pillbox or you can channel Hamlet holding it in your hand~ “Poor Yorick” dievca will be keeping it simple using her Judith Leiber Crystal Mask:
As dievca sits here with a heating pad on her calves and ice on her knee…
wouldn’t it be lovely to just take a pill to make it better?
What is it?
In honor of dievca almost finishing her Grand Jury Term, she ran into a simulacrum of the money rolls she heard about in Court Room. At $4995.00 a pop, she imagines that a number of glassine envelopes filled with whatever, would need to be sold to buy the bag. Too bad it has sold out…
The Limited edition Judith Leiber x Alexander Wang bag was designed to resemble a roll of hundred-dollar bills. Made of over 10,263 Swarovski Austrian crystals in black, gunmetal, green, and clear-Hand beaded by one artisan. It was enclosed with an industrial rubber band and had a removable chain shoulder strap.
dievca’s sense of humor was tickled. Actually, many Judith Lieber’s bags tickle dievca’s fancy. This small tribute to Judith Lieber, who died this year at the age of 97, talks all about that – click here.
Judith Leiber clutches alway delight!
A little bit of whimsy goes a long way
with a glamorous presentation.
And a hint of Spring and Summer
is very Welcome! XO
Judith Leiber is a luxury handbag designer of Hungarian descent. After working for other companies, Ms. Leiber founded her own business in 1963. Her handbags are sold at exclusive boutiques around the world. Judith Leiber is most famous for her minaudieres, which are often covered in crystals. Animals are a recurring theme and often the most expensive purses of the collection with prices on some animal shaped minaudieres exceeding $5000.
In 1994, Judith Leiber received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Council of Fashion Designers. Classic examples of her work can be found on permanent display at the Smithsonian in Washington, DC, the Met in NYC, and at the V&A Museum in London. The Taubman Museum of Arts in Roanoke, Virginia has had a gallery of her work on display since it opened in 2008.
Ms. Leiber retired in 1998.
Any LBD would be accentuated with a Judith Leiber minaudiere.
When you are out with your Sir, who needs more than a lipstick, mirror and a comb?