Once upon a time, Princess Diana was the O.G. of style influencers. Every outfit she stepped out in was paparazzi magnet. Often, a tan leather tote from Tod’s would be in tow – be it when she’s on a trip to Pakistan or running errands about London town. So synonymous was the bag with Diana’s brand of effortless style, that it was renamed the D-Styling bag as a tribute to its numero uno fan.
Fast forward to today and the bag boasts some Insta-worthy updates that make it more camera-ready and as a street style bait. Besides a more exaggerated silhouette, it also comes with a hard-to-miss structured construction, and an array of finishes like Crayola-coloured leathers and patchworks of python skin, suede, and calfskin.
Enter Jamie Qian Qian Wu, the China-born former TV producer who’s become an accidental fashion star with her experimental take on the trends-of-the-moment. What she’s equally known for: her wit and wry sense of humour with which she views the influencer life that she fell into in the past year. So who better to help us give a tongue-in-cheek look at how a fashion K.O.L works a must-own bag? Hit play.