As a great holiday treat, we thought why not give a glimpse of the key designer bags that will be dominating the fashion pages, street style and Instagram feed for the next six months? Here, a primer of some of these babies. Do check in regularly to see the list get updated.
The sophistacted Lady Dior gets an arty tie-dye treatment.
You know the 16 as Hedi Slimane’s bag debut at Celine and the top handle bag that almost broke the Internet thanks to Lady Gaga who was the first person to be spotted carrying it. For S/S ’19, it gets updated as a saddle bag, and turns into something more youthful and wearable (insert smiley face emoji). More of Slimane’s Celine accessories here.
Chanel’s Side Pack is the ultimate novelty bag: Part hunting bag, part backpack, and part crossbody bag.
The TB logo may have earned its hype cachet at Burberry thanks to Riccardo Tisci. For S/S ’19, it lands as the hardware on the classic Leather TB bag.
Stella McCartney’s slouchy bucket bag comes with the designer’s eco-friendly Alter-Nappa. Carry it alone or carry it like it’s done here as a cluster of other similar bags.
The elegant day-to-night Chloe is distinguished by its whopper-sized “C” clasp and comes in a variety of finishes including ombre colourways.
Prada’s Brique is one of the most charming updates to the camera bag trend we’ve come across.
This series of strawberry-printed bags have yet to be christened by Gucci’s Alessandro Michele. But already, it’s got our hearts beating fast for its cute-as-heck motifs.
Saint Laurent’s The 61 ranks in our top five must-have black bags for S/S ’19 thanks to its sleek lines and vintage-inspired embossed YSL logo on the flap.