Choose your new it-bag
among the most attractive models
from the autumn/winter collections!
This season, designers decided to cover not only clothes but also bags in red. Although they did not shy away from shapes reminiscent of works of art we see in a museum, it was the geometric forms that received acclaim from fashion critics.
Are you curious to know which brands presented the most intriguing interpretation?
Those with a classic leather texture appeared at Ferragamo, Jil Sander and Jacquemus. A more eye-catching leather rendition - a varnished one - led the way at Balmain and Dolce & Gabbana, while quilting took centre stage on models from Alexander McQueen and Gucci. Cargo pockets embellished the Blumarine bags, while Matthieu Blazy opted for Bottega Veneta’s iconic 'Intrecciato' weave.
White on white
White is always a good choice, especially when it comes to bags. It is so versatile that no matter what you pair it with, you will always make a good impression. You can incorporate it into muted outfits or take inspiration from renowned influencers and enhance a look with abstract prints. It all depends on your personal preferences.
You can handle both challenges thanks to the designs from Fendi, Versace, Alaïa and Balenciaga. The proposals of the Italian brands captivated us mainly with gold-tone logo details, the creations of the French fashion house enchanted us with our favourite openwork pattern and those from Demna Gvasalia captivated us with their variety of shapes. Our favourite? The 'Crush Small’ bag with this season’s trendy chain.
Green never looked so good...
Bottle green will be one of the most coveted colours of 2024, so if you like being the first to test the hottest trends, don’t wait to find a bag model that will soon be the envy of the greatest fashionistas. Check out which designs are worth your attention.
This particular shade has already been highlighted by fashion houses the likes of Bottega Veneta, Isabel Marant and Balmain. It is showcased by models with a crocodile effect and the trendsetters’ favourite ‘Andiamo’, as well as by forms enriched by studs. Our attention was also caught by styles from Vivienne Westwood. They abound with lizard skin effects and the brand’s world-famous logo detailing. What will you pick?