For a fun spin on can-you-match-it games found in activity books, we’ve put together a series of classic bags from some of our favourite fashion houses. Your job: match the latest iterations of these classic bags with their right descriptions (P.S. answers can be found in the last slide). Stayed tuned for more to come in this series.
1. The TB
Chief creative director Riccardo Tisci’s first bag for the house that fittingly encapsulates the past meeting the future: The clasp on this otherwise timeless shoulder bag features the initials of brand founder Thomas Burberry designed in collaboration with Tisci’s powerhouse art
director pal Peter Saville.
2. The Lola
A made-for-every-day shoulder bag with a cool and casual ’tude, thanks to its relaxed box shape, chunky chain strap and stud-like quilted lambskin finish.
3. The Olympia
A distinctive handbag that debuted in F/W ’20 and pays tribute to the venue in which the collection was revealed – London’s Olympia exhibition centre – in shape and name. Its hardware is plated in 24K gold and every
piece of leather used to craft it was cut and assembled by hand.
4. The Pocket
A shopper inspired by an archival design big on utilitarian cool (its name says it all)