SALE ENDED ON: February 14, 2012
From Jennifer Lopez and Chelsea Clinton to your cousins Jennifer and Chelsea, millions of brides the world over have said “I do” while wearing a Vera Wang wedding gown. A New York City native and former figure skater, Wang had spent 15 years refining her style as an accessories editor at Vogue before launching her household-name brand of understated bridalwear in the late 1980s. Vera Wang’s gowns and dresses are for women who adore classic, minimalist style — think draping fabrics and flattering shapes that derive their glamour from texture and stitching instead of sequins and sparkles. Wang applies the same simple aesthetic to Vera Wang Signature for Hartmann: a collection of convertible totes, wheeled suitcases, duffel bags, and other luggage essentials she designed for Hartmann, the Milwaukee-based company whose wares have been popular among discerning travelers since 1877. The resulting collaboration brings the best of both brands together — for luggage that not only lasts a lifetime, but looks great for a lifetime, too.
Past Sales Featuring Vera Wang for Hartmann
SALE ENDED ON: February 13, 2012
Last Chance: One-of-a-Kind AccessoriesGloomy winter weather calls for accessories that shine bright. Like the ones featured in this lot. You'll find colorful canvas totes, bright umbrellas, silk scarves, sleek shades, and more. Spot a piece that has your name on it? Snag it before it's too late — each item in this assortment is the last of its kind.
SALE ENDED ON: August 26, 2011
Vera Wang for Hartmann LuggageWhen renowned designer Vera Wang joined forces with the 134-year-old American luggage firm Hartmann, the result was unparalleled style and quality, a collaboration that was big on style and substance. To wit: This sleek, elegant selection of suitcases and carry-ons are rendered in durable, soft leather and finished with matte black hardware and water-resistant lavender-tinted linings.
SALE ENDED ON: August 24, 2011