Accessory

Which AirTag accessory is right for you? Check out these five different options, all on sale

An Apple AirTag prevents you from losing your valuables, so why not protect it from everyday wear, accidents, and weather, while adding a new favorite fashion accessory to your lineup? Gone are the days of bulky, boring tech cases and questionable carrying methods – these are five sleek AirTag accessories you won’t want to hide away in your bag.

With several brands, styles, and materials to choose from, you’ll have the ability to precisely suit your personality and lifestyle. Let’s dive right into the options that best fit your needs and budget, covering AirTag accessories that are currently at least 15% when you use code VIP15 at checkout. 

Apple AirTag Keychain Holder – $12.71 after code VIP15; originally $29

If you’re looking for a simple and cost-efficient accessory for your AirTag, the Tech Zebra keychain holder is a great choice. It’s made of high-end silicone material to help protect your

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This Container Store Organizer Also Happens to Be a Laid Back Fashion Accessory

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Photography by The Sartorialist; Courtesy of Jenny Walton

We never thought there would come a day when we’d use Fashion Week and the Container Store in the same sentence, but here we are. Really, there Jenny Walton was, sitting front row at Copenhagen Fashion Week wearing a sheer Dries Van Noten top and sporty Cecilie Bahnsen shorts with the Container Store’s small natural seagrass basket at her side. The fashion illustrator and jewelry designer got the woven catchall at the outlet on Manhattan’s Sixth Avenue a few years back, she told us, and not to organize kitchen goods. Yes, she uses it as a bag. 

Even better than its double-duty function? Walton’s tote costs $10. It’s “one of the most practical shapes for all-purpose clutter control” the company suggests in the product description—apparently that can span from rolled-up guest towels to your phone and wallet. The piece folds down easily,

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Philips Sonicare Partners with Fashion Brand Susan Alexandra to Create an Exclusive Bold and Bright Travel Accessory Collection | News

STAMFORD, Conn., Aug. 9, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — In a first-of-its-kind partnership, Philips Sonicare, the #1 dental professional recommended power toothbrush brand worldwide, has collaborated with New York-based fashion and accessory brand, Susan Alexandra, to create a custom limited-edition travel accessory line highlighting self-expression through whimsical, bold designs.

The collection is inspired by Philips One by Sonicare: a new power toothbrush curated specifically for those who are ready for a step up from manual toothbrushing, with portability and bold colors at the core of its design. It’s microvibrations coupled with soft, contoured bristles provide a gentle, yet thorough clean. Available in both battery-operated or rechargeable formats, and complete with a travel case, Philips One by Sonicare simplifies and maximizes the efficacy of oral care routines, all with a fun aesthetic available in eight unique colors: Mango, Miami, Midnight, Mint, Shadow, Snow, Sage and Shimmer.

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NYFW Hottest Accessory Will Include A Vaccine Card

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models Delilah Koch, Sasha Knysh and Nikki McGuire are seen outside the Jason Wu show during New York Fashion Week S/S21

Every fashion week season, a standout accessory is seen donned by showgoers as they make their way to watch the designers’ new collections. Last year amid the coronavirus pandemic, the closest we got to the hottest accessory was our house slippers. Accessories (and looks) were indeed kept minimal as we enjoyed shows from the comforts of our couches. 2019 was a big year for baguette and micro bags, and skinny sunglasses.

For the first post-pandemic NYFW season, it looks like the hottest accessory is lining up to be a practical and very necessary one–a vaccination card. A trend hopefully we’re all already on board with. I mean — what’s hotter than keeping yourself and those around you safe? The Council of Fashion Designers of America announced this week

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