Beirn is a family affair. Founded in 2007 by Rita Overzat and her daughters, Ali Trier and Jenna Overzat, this New York-based luxury handbag label started off with a few snakeskin bags the trio designed for themselves after vacationing in Indonesia. Friends and strangers loved the bags, and Beirn (pronounced “burn”) was born — offering the iconic Jenna hobo bag in its first collection. Today Beirn's line of handbags and accessories includes totes, envelope clutch bags, belts, shoes, wallets, and hairbands made from exotic animal skins as well as suede and batik. Sold worldwide, Beirn bags have also played a part in shaping popular culture: one even made a cameo on Carrie’s arm in “Sex and the City: The Movie.”
Like little black dresses, a woman can never have too many black bags. We’re certain you’ll find your go-to fall LBB—or BBB—at this sale, which features every imaginable style, shape, and size. Standouts include a woven lambskin leather convertible tote by Katherine Kwei; a slouchy, studded hobo by Rebecca Minkoff; a suede satchel by Tylie Malibu; and a crocodile-embossed wallet by Furla.
No disrespect intended to the other exotic skins, but there's something particularly sexy about snake. Embrace the look in all its dramatic glory with this gorgeous array of looks from three of our favorite handbag brands. Look for oversize watersnake satchels and luxe python clutches in basic black and striking, marbleized patterns, and everything in between.
Rebecca Minkoff. Oliver Peoples. Chloé. Those are just a few of the designers we’ve pulled together for this carefully curated selection of covetable accessories. Find your next statement bag among the totes and satchels here, or revamp your accessory repertory with a sparkling infusion of handbags, sunglasses, and shoes.
Work-appropriate ensembles don’t have to be stuffy, as evidenced by the chic pieces in our array of office-ready picks. Go for shrunken blazers, silk shorts, and slingback pumps, all of which toe the line between dutifully professional and distinctly fashion-forward—a winning combination if ever there was one.