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Storied labels Saint Laurent and Hunter are collaborating on an exclusive pair of boots that melds sophisticated sensibility with functional footwear.
For Alexander McQueen’s Fall/Winter ’20 collection, creative director Sarah Burton revisits the Tall Story bag in multicoloured patchwork.
Anthony Vaccarello's latest Saint Laurent bag design, the Carré Satchel, ticks all the boxes for timeless appeal.
Loewe’s creative director Jonathan Anderson introduces a contemporary bag that’s both versatile in style and utility.
The S$99,000 foosball table includes a monogrammed exterior in textured leather and hand-painted, aluminium-cast players.
American designer Michael Kors introduces a classic, timeless shoulder bag for his sister brand, Michael Michael Kors.
This year, Max Mara’s talismanic Teddy coat shapeshifts into a bag.
For this season, creative director Anthony Vaccarello collides Saint Laurent’s French heritage and feminine beauty within a shoe.
Gucci launches its first circular collection, “Off the Grid”, including an eco-friendly bag that’s made of fibres acquired through reviving pre- and post-consumer waste.
The new Dior Bobby bag is a titular tribute to Mr. Christian Dior’s beloved pet dog — and a symbol of hope for an unconstrained future.
Riccardo Tisci continues navigating the Englishness of Burberry by diving into the brand’s archives, making an old silhouette new again for the latest object of desire: the mini Pocket Bag.
The Chanel 19 bag first made its appearance on the house’s Fall/Winter ’19 runways. It was created by the late Karl Lagerfeld, along with current creative director Virginie Viard.
As a nod to actress Catherine Deneuve and her glory days in the ’60s French cinema, the Roger Vivier creative director Gherardo Felloni creates a pair of kitten heels: the Vivier Loves Paris mules.
Salvatore Ferragamo’s creative director Paul Andrew draws on the spirit of Fiamma Ferragamo with the Viva pump: a new pointed-toe reimagination of the house’s classic shoe.
To commemorate a museum’s new home at Lower Manhattan, luxury house Max Mara dedicates a leather bag that mimics the surface of its exterior.
This season at Bottega Veneta, its men’s crossbody bag with the signature weave departs slightly from convention.
In a workshop in northwestern France, what starts as a simple wooden box ends up as one of Louis Vuitton’s iconic pieces.
The monogram has become rather ubiquitous in fashion collections the past few seasons, but its presence on a scarf can be jaunty and even refreshing.
Jimmy Choo’s new capsule collection reimagines existing silhouettes with heels, tipped at their ends with fluorescent colours reminiscent of highlighter pens.
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