Can you hear me screaming through the computer screen?!!! So the first time I fell over was when the senior editor emailed me back in October asking for a sample. At the time I had ONE of each style, so it felt like a risk sending her away. Then again, it's not every day that Lola gets a trip to Park Avenue. So I kissed her, packaged her (pretty much) on a quilt of flower petals, and tried really, really hard not to stalk the editors. When I couldn't take it anymore, I found the nerve to ask, "So, did you find room in the March issue afterall?" Within five minutes, I got a response, "It's in-page 16!" And then I screamed. And then I fell over. And when I got up, I googled the word "toney". I admit it.
"A toney bag you'd never guess held a camera. We've seen good-looking camera bags before, but none as attractive as Epiphanie's line of gear-toters--- dead ringers for the latest department store finds. The bags ($165, direct; www.epiphaniebags.com) have space for a DSLR, lenses, and accessories, though we do wish they had more interior pockets. For photographers who want a hot bag that holds a DSLR, event shooters who need to dress like a guest, or fashionistas who wouldn't be caught dead in ripstop nylon, this is the It Bag."