March 2011

Image: The Style List

by Melissa Magsaysay

RUVEN AFANADOR / MAKEUP: FRANCESCE TOLOT / HAIR: ROBERT VETICA

Singular Sensation

New York–based designer Jennifer Behr sculpts ostrich feathers into headware for a fresh twist on her Violette face veils for spring. In snow, a fluorescent green called acid and a flouro pink. $825. jenniferbehr.com

PRESCRIPTION FOR STYLE

Ferragamo’s W Satchel—named in honor of the label’s matriarch, Wanda Ferragamo—combines cognac-colored crocodile skin with two-tone woven leather. $12,500. ferragamo.com.

FEEL ME, TOUCH ME

This deep green, structured-bottom Camp Scaglie Ostrich Tote by Bottega Veneta is not just a beautiful and commodious carryall, but its exterior is a tactile wonderland. $7,850. bottegaveneta.com.

CROSS COLOR WITH FASHION

This classic Fendi Clutch packs a punch yet keeps its ladylike ways. $2,130. 355 N. Rodeo Dr., Beverly Hills, 310-276-8888.

SEEING RED

Helmut Lang’s Syn Bag—a football-shaped pouch crafted of blood-colored fish skin (perch, to be exact)—is sure to lend an architectural note to any outfit. $495. barneys.com.

WILD THING

The newest take on the oversize Alexa bag Mulberry named for British trendsetter Alexa Chung comes in an eye-catching woven raffia print called Trippy Tiger. $950. mulberry.com.

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