Sample Text





I have collaborated with Coach and we are giving away 2 items from the Legacy Collection! Everyone who enters gets a gift! Click Here to Win the GRAND PRIZE!
Powered by Blogger.

Labels


Recent Posts

Categories

Blog Archive

From Twitter

Get in Touch

Add to Technorati Favorites

Custom content

Slider

[4][recent][slider-top-big][latest posts]
Labels , , , , , , , Spotted: Bags on Gossip Girl Season 6 Episode 6 "Where the Vile Things Are"

Spotted: Bags on Gossip Girl Season 6 Episode 6 "Where the Vile Things Are"



Here are the bags spotted on this week's Gossip Girl Episode (Season 6, Episode 6), "Where The Vile Things Are".








There seem to be lots of Valentino Rockstuds in this Season's Gossip Girl episodes, especially on Georgina (here)  and Blair (here). In this episode, Blair is spotted with the floral embroidered top handle Rockstud from the Fall/Winter 2012 Runway collection. Purchase it from Luisa via Roma





And here's Lily with another Miss Dior, this time, in pink python.



Serena was toting Burberry's IT bag for this Autumn/Winter 2012 season, the Striped suede "Orchard" in Purple and Grey (yes I know it looks more like Maroon but it's labelled as Purple). It's available at Burberry boutique's nationwide, and Burberry's Online Store






The Verdict:

Fave Bag in this episode: Burberry's Striped Orchard. Though I would personally have picked it in another colour.


Favourite Moment:
Though I think Ivy is way too pretty and  too much of a schemer - hey, remember her masquerading as Charlie? - she really was the only one who cared for Cece because Lily and her sister were too busy arguing to notice that she was actually ill and on the brink of death. Her heart really was in the right place then, and I don't think that she had looked after Cece just to get her hands on her fortune. But these days, she has become a gold-digging biatch. But I still enjoyed the look on Lily's face during the art auction when Rufus told her that she's able to afford the painting with Cece's money!


OMG Moment: 
When Chuck discovered that the evidence against Bart's illegal oil trading wasn't behind the painting after buying the painting from DOUBLE the price (2.2 million!) Ivy had paid for it. We know that Ivy has the evidence, but I'm wondering who it was Ivy had been talking to on the phone at the end of the episode with evidence in hand.