Hands Up For The Hottest Bags Of Autumn/Winter 2015!

Hands Up For The Hottest Bags Of Autumn/Winter 2015!


by Hannah Almassi |
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Scroll through for the best bags of autumn/winter 2015 >>1 of 16

Scroll through for the best bags of autumn/winter 2015 >>

Marc by Marc Jacobs2 of 16

Marc by Marc Jacobs

Valentino3 of 16


Kenzo4 of 16


3.1 Phillip Lim5 of 16

3.1 Phillip Lim

Dolce and Gabbana6 of 16

Dolce and Gabbana

Jason Lloyd Evans

Giambattista Valli7 of 16

Giambattista Valli

Jason Lloyd Evans

Gucci8 of 16


Jason Lloyd Evans

Balenciaga9 of 16


Celine10 of 16


Chanel11 of 16


Chloe12 of 16


Dries Van Noten13 of 16

Dries Van Noten

Louis Vuitton14 of 16

Louis Vuitton

Miu Miu15 of 16

Miu Miu

Nina Ricci16 of 16

Nina Ricci

Classic or kooky, utility or uber-impractical, retro or futuristic, pretty or pretty tough – there was just about every kind of handbag on offer throughout the month-long autumn/winter 2015 showcase.

With the seventies still headlining many a runway it was no surprise to see both buckets and saddles dominating the landscape in autumnal hues and tan suede. Burberry Prorsum added leopard printed ponyskin into the mix (in fact, animal prints were big news all round) whilst Altuzarra debuted handbags in deep burgundy with satisfyingly swishy tassles. Heritage monogramming was once again celebrated at Gucci – perfect for nailing autumn’s nerdy-cool.

Ladylike handbags were available in every colour to suit your mood – and prints joined the more grown up gang, too. Prada’s molecular motifs gave sophisticated top-handle styles a sci-fi spin, Michael Kors flourished doctors’ bags with feathers and Dior’s chain-strap beauties arrived in the most electrifiying colours shot through with stripes and graphic blocks.

Jason Lloyd Evans
Jason Lloyd Evans

If you’ve not yet tired of novel arm candy then head to House of Holland for slogo’d backpacks and totes or Moschino for Jeremy Scott’s teddybear bonanza – the girls at this show carried three bags full. Pop-tastic lego brights and geometric shapes have the burgeoning 1980s trend wrapped up in one far easier package than a lurex dress over velvet leggings. Adding a fun touch to less outré accessories was the presence of plastic chains – Calvin Klein, Miu Miu and Balenciaga all dipped into this micro trend.

So what’ll it be then? Scroll through the gallery above to start creating the shopping list (of your and our dreams) now >>

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