This bag made its debut on Bottega Veneta’s Autumn/Winter ’20 runway. Creative director Daniel Lee reinterpreted the house’s signature intrecciato technique using padded shell strips instead of leather. This large Italian-made version comes with top handles and an internal detachable zipped pouch.
This tote is instantly recognisable with its distinctive triangular-panelled construction. The Bao Bao Issey Miyake Lucent tote is created in platinum silver PVC. The panels are connected over a mesh backing that allows them to morph with the contents of the bag. The twin top handles are adjustable for a comfortable fit over the shoulder.
This black leather Rajah tote bag takes inspiration from the works of 20th-century jewellery designer Hattie Carnegie. Carnegie’s 1940s archives were a key reference for Alessandro Michele’s collection. The crystal-embellished tiger motif accenting is synonymous with the Rajah line.
Introduced by Dior’s creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri, the Dior Book Tote is now a classic style in the Dior stable. Designed to carry all your daily essentials, the bag features a fully embroidered blue Cannage pattern with the Christian Dior logo on the front.