Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg at the Cannes Film Festival in 1974
Jane Birkin and her daughter, Charlotte Gainsbourg, in Nice, 1972
In Tokyo with Serge Gainsbourg, 1971
Jane Birkin and her daughter, Kate, in France, 1968.
On the set of La Piscine in Saint Tropez, France, 1968
Way before the iconic Hermès Birkin bag after singer/actress, Jane Birkin, in 1983, the English-French beauty was known to tote around her favorite wicker basket with all her daily essentials in it—they were practically inseparable.
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Her humble wicker number has since evolved into different shapes and sizes.
Complete with the brand’s signature bamboo top handle, we can just imagine this Gucci basket bag to the star of Insta-worthy pictures.
Opt for this black number for a more modern take on the wicker trend. Also, how pretty are the gold tassels?
Complete with leather straps and pom-poms, this adorable bag is roomy enough to fit sandwiches and fruits for a picnic-day-out!
Who says that wicker bags are only made for summery days at the beach? Kate Spade New York proves us wrong with their sophisticated bag, complete with leather flaps and straps
Effortlessly chic, this round number from Âme Studio will instantly add that whimsical touch to your outfit
Let Dolce & Gabbana bring Sicily to you in the form of its embellished structured basket bag.
Trust Prada to create a classic wicker bag trimmed in canvas and finished with the label’s leather luggage tag and original 1913 logo.
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A true fashion icon and inspiration to many, her love of wicker basket bag lives on. Whether you decide to team yours with denim jeans and a white t-shirt, or billowy dresses, or even with a glamorous number to red carpet events (as Jane Birkin did to the Cannes Film Festival in 1974), the styling options are endless.
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