January Jones is known for her icy demeanor both on and off screen. Her role of Betty Draper on AMC’s highly rated Mad Men had us wondering if that’s anything at all like her in real life. This was confirmed to an extent when the child actor who plays her son revealed he has no closeness or warmth with the actress. Then a pregnant January split with long-time boyfriend Jason Sudiekis. When paparazzi hounded him outside of a restaurant about the relationship, his shellshocked face indicated that he’d just been informed about the pregnancy by the media and not by January himself.
While it’s safe to say that January is one of Hollywood’s very intimidating ice queens (she even slammed Ashton Kutcher in an interview once), we do love her fashion style. The lady looks drop dead gorgeous and ethereal on every red carpet. That’s when she’s often seen smiling. She rarely cracks a smile in candid photos but that’s probably because she knows she’s been followed by paps everywhere.
Inside, she’s probably giddy because she’s the proud owner of a very enviable wardrobe. This bag is the Chanel Beige Shiva Tote bag from the pre-fall Bombay collection. The colonial India inspired runway show was absolutely incredible, beautiful fashion. The eastern spin on the clothes didn’t quite change the classic look of the bags, however, and this one is a testament to that. What makes it stand out from the older Chanel collections is not only the large tote shape rather than the flap bag size, but the heavy, intense chains. Only Chanel under Karl Lagerfeld can make chains look rustic, mysterious and beautifully glamorous instead of gothic and dark. Like it as much as we do? It even makes her drab outfit look more tasteful.
Jessica Biel married Justin Timberlake this weekend to much fanfare and speculation. The pretty lady has been spotted since the wedding in various outfits looking as smug as a bug. Who wouldn’t be after marrying JT himself? Even Britney Spears must be jealous.
The actress was carrying the Fendi 2Jours Elite tote, which is Fendi’s latest iconic bag after a long hiatus away from designing recognizable bags. The last recognizable bags in the previous decade were the baguette, the spy and the peekaboo.
The bag is in line with the trend a few of the greatest designers are following these days – no visible logos. The thing that makes it stand out is the monogrammed tags. Even if you’re not famous, it will make you feel like a celeb to have our own initials beautifully monogrammed on your bag.