When it comes to bag designers, the smaller brands can find it hard to get airtime in and amongst the big hitters of Gucci and Fendi. Something for this weekend is a spotlight on 10 bags from some brands you might not be so familiar with.
Or if you have heard from them, this edit features my favourite bags from their AW22/23 and SS23 preview collections, that you can discover on insta.
Try a sustainable bag
Wilby is a brand from the UK dedicated to sustainability. And when it comes to white bags, which are easy to avoid as good quality is hard to find, here is the Chess bag.
Hemincuff is a Dominican American brand that makes luxury vegan bags. And this season’s green colour trend and a holidays’ red bag, in the Stef mini, these options are hard to resist.
Think Olives brings us a collection of affordable and sustainable fashion and this lovely mini tote canvas bag with its trim comes with a long strap too.
Matt and Nat from Canada has seduced me before eith their vegan bags and this gorgeous green Swae bag is a top handle with all the right curves, with a longer strap to wear crossbody.
Looking to add a zesty pop of colour to your wardrobe? Consider the bag brand Agneel featured by German sustainable design studio, Liapure. This is the Agnes bag.
And finally in this section of sustainable focused brands, at last, see a fun side to the tote bag with a scribble and doodle print, from Charles & Keith.
Bold and beautiful
Staying with the German brands, this sporty but casual red hot bag is the Isa from Aigner and it’s fresh off the SS23 runway.
From Spain, Bimba y Lola or BYL to those who know, have the Moon bag in various colours but featuring here two key colours for this season, nude and green.
Flashback to Fanta from designer Anya Hindmarch who bought her shares back in the company she started when she was 19 years old. Love this iconic tote.
Shine like a star
Shimmer with gold with these lovely angles from the Amsterdam brand Ree Projects. This is the Ann tote bag.
That’s a wrap for a look at the 10 brands which might have fallen below your radar on insta.
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Thanks to Andrea Piacquadio for the header image.