The must is the mini (and modular) bag, say LV, Gucci and Fendi

Small leather goods are beautiful, especially because they are modular. The latest trends in bags see the recovery of small, sometimes very small, bags’ dimensions by luxury brands’ designers. And the month of October, between capsule collections, pre-sales online or in selected boutiques, is an example of how we are already beyond the re-launch of the baby carrier, while the clutch size is changed into a softer version, more adaptable to different looks and urban style. With the due distinctions and signs of originality from brands.

Louis Vuitton and its multi-clutch bag

From Rihanna to Gigi Hadid, big stars in the jet set are already all addicted to the Louis Vuitton multi-clutch bag, a model that has its roots in the 90s and brings together three symbolic pieces of Vuitton: the clutch bag and the Accessoires mini-clutch, together with the round purse. The multi-clutch bag is very appreciated by the stars for its versatility of use: in fact it comes with a golden chain and a jacquard shoulder strap (green or pink) that allow the bag to be adapted to different looks.

Gucci and his Dionysus

Four versions made in Italy, in black or dark red leather, in black suede or with the monogram on GG supreme fabric. The Gucci Dionysus mini bag, with a beautiful buckle with double tiger heads, can hold only one smartphone, or just a little more: it has a chain strap and a removable key ring, so it can be coordinated with larger bags. This is the smallest bag proposed by Gucci on its online store, but the Marmont in matelassé leather and Zumi are not much larger, only 17 centimetres long and just over ten wide.

Mini for Nicki Minaj too

Mini bags in fuchsia and silver tones for Fendi too, in the new futuristic 127-piece capsule collection by Nicki Minaj. The American rapper and influencer has also launched a song called Fendi, in which she collaborates with trap singer Murda Beatz, and is an invitation – not at all veiled – to buy Fendi garments and bags.

 In the image, from the left: Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Fendi




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