We’re at the end of summer, which means the last bag deliveries are taking place right now. Shopping between seasons is a great time to find a bag that works all year round. That’s when designers like Loewe, Chanel, and Gucci release seasonless styles in mixed materials, prints and more. From silhouettes coming directly from the archives of the workshop to resolutely modern shapes, we have the latest it-bags from designers that are worth the investment.
Louis Vuitton Onthego GM handbag
Louis Vuitton has just released its Crafty capsule collection, which means you’ll probably see it everywhere very soon. The bold print, evoking a free-form marker design, gives an artistic touch to Louis Vuitton’s best-selling silhouettes. You can copy that impression to an LV Speedy, but these days we have a soft spot for the stylish Onthego convertible tote.
Louis Vuitton, $ 2,860; louisvuitton.com
Prada reissue 2006
Prada’s iconic nylon bags, first introduced in the ’90s, have made an undeniable comeback, and we don’t see their technical fabric losing popularity anytime soon. The brand re-releases classic styles, like this one tote 2000 you’ve seen it all over Instagram, but the last one is our favorite so far. The update has a removable chain link strap that can be worn both over the shoulder or in the hand from the sturdy top handle clasp.
Prada, $ 1,100; prada.com
Large Chanel flap bag
This handbag is a center of Venn Diagram where Chanel lovers and goths collide. Reworking the classic flap bag from the Parisian house in a moody purple, this subtle update will look pretty in your wardrobe for years to come. It also offers a great solution for those of us who can never choose between gold and silver hardware – why not both?
Chanel, $ 4,800; chanel.com
Loewe balloon bag
The new Loewe balloon bag has been designed for those who don’t like to change bags between seasons. Contrasting a lightweight canvas with a structured leather base, it will easily go from summer to fall.
Loewe, $ 2,650; loewe.com
Fringed pouch Bottega Veneta
Another season, another Bottega Veneta handbag that we never stop thinking about. This time, we have our eyes on its pre-fall fringed pouch which comes in buttery leather. and a buttered shade.
Bottega Veneta, $ 2,800; bottegaveneta.com
The Jackie 1961
Get ready for the last it-throwback. Gucci revisits The Jackie, which made its return to the fall 2020 catwalk. Often seen by Jackie Kennedy in the ’60s, hence the name, the shoulder tote is our best suggestion for practical types. From a wearable shape that fits comfortably under your arm to its timeless GG Supreme print, the Jackie is well deserving of a rebirth.
Gucci, $ 1,750; gucci.com
Salvatore Ferragamo Viva Bow Bag
Salvatore Ferragamo’s new Viva Bow bag could double as a pillow if you’re drowsy. The soft padded bag follows the puffy handbag trend we all love, but offers a feminine touch in baby blue and a cute bow.
Salvatore Ferragamo, $ 1,250; salvatoreferragamo.com
Balenciaga Neo Classic
The Classic city bag by Balenciaga celebrates its twentieth anniversary this year, a testament to its timeless style. To celebrate, Balenciaga swapped its loose, tabloid-friendly shape once adored by Kate Moss for a more structured body. True to the futuristic eye of Demna Gvasalia, the New Classic is released in a croc embossed neon orange that looks more like 2020 than 2000.
Balenciaga, $ 2,490; balenciaga.com
Fendi Embroidered Baguette
Long live Fendi chopsticks. The Italian house’s most recognizable bag shape will always be on our list of must-have designer bags, but they’re even more special if you can find it in a wacky edition. The 2000s saw Baguettes reworked with crochet pom poms and fringed sequins, and we’re happy to report that the maximalist look continues with this new beaded style from Fendi’s California Sky collection.
Fendi, $ 4,800; fendi.com
Solférino Saint Laurent bag
Coach Riley Top Handle
We always appreciate Coach’s design that recalls his past. The brand balances traditional silhouettes with modern needs, like stretchy interiors and a removable shoulder strap. This chambray denim is a fabric you won’t be too much precious to wear every day.
Coach Riley Satchel, $ 595; coach.com
Large Céline 16 soft bag
We might not be heading back to the office anytime soon, but you can still focus on Celine’s brand new satchel. The recently launched bag is a complement to the “16” series first created by Hedi Slimane, his first handbag for the brand in 2018. This softer model, made of supple calfskin, is a new staple from the wardrobe.
Celine, $ 2,650; celine.com
Burberry pocket bag
Burberry’s new pocket bag marries the archives of the London label, with a decidedly modern form. The crisp structure and contrasting trims in Traffic Cone Orange make it the best choice for those looking to stand out.
Burberry, $ 1,090, burberry.com
Hermès New Drag handbag
You can’t go wrong choosing a classic like a Birkin or Kelly, but the New Drag is a solid Hermès alternative with just as much resistance. Recalling the house’s original Drag bag designed by Robert Dumas in the 1960s, this version has been revisited in supple camel-colored leather and with a keyhole detail on the front.
Hermès, $ 9,550; hermes.com
Looking for a boring black bag? Look no further than Valentino’s freshest flower, the Petal bag. The style is only available at select retailers at the moment, so keep an eye out for it before it sells out.
Valentino Garavani Atelier Pétale, $ 2,995; valentino.com
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