Shaped like a lunch box, this sturdy mini trunk from Bottega Veneta features compartments for your phone and other essentials. The metal top handle and padded exterior lend it an air of mystery that wouldn’t look out of place in a Bond movie.
Been on the fence about bum bags? Well, look no further. This handsome specimen from Valentino earns points for its unfussy design and subtle black-on-black finish.
We imagine this to be what Dior exercise rollers would look like if they ever made gym equipment. Jokes aside this unusual style is surprisingly roomy for its compact size.
Echos of Post Modernism can be felt in the sharp corners and graphic lines of this Bottega Veneta tote, and like all good art the best parts remain hidden. Case in point the jolt of Yves Klein blue that hits you each time you pry it open.
Iconic and unmistakable, the hardware on Hèrmes bags are signifiers of elegance and quality. One that speaks to a rarified customer who values timelessness over trends. This clutch embodies a casual laidback spirit with the fastidious polish that defines them.
This Givenchy Envelope bag catches the light in usual ways due to its ‘oil slicked’ finished calf-leather. The unexpected greenish/pink hues that reflect off the glossy patent surface make for an interesting conversation starter.