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Men's Break

The Spring 2015 couture shows don't usually tell us a consistent story across the board, but the Spring 2015 collections shared one cohesive story throughout- it's time to bring the Men's silhouettes back. A special nod to the original Le Smoking design created by the late Yves Saint Laurent, it is finally time to take cues from our gender counterpart to include into our wardrobes. The Schiaparelli collection demonstrates how bigger and looser can be better, while the Armani Privè show points the finger at volume and sharp edges. To accentuate the look when translating into handbags, we want to focus on bags that resemble men's. For example, more casual brief cases tones down the masculinity a bit, so it still complements your feminine touch. Boxy bags would also do the trick here, as points are important. Your traditional man cannot carry curves in bags well, therefore they stick to points. Points resemble a rigidity and sharpness which is key in fashion-forward and proper Men's accessories.


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Kolin and William Portobello Bag

Kolin and William

Kolin and William Portobello Bag

Material: Black cowhide and weaved leather Hardware: Adjustable removable shoulder strap, zipper closures, blue English drilled cotton lining, interior zip pocket, 1 back exterior pockets Dimensions: 39 x 33 x 10cm Color: black skin and blue lining. Handmade in England.

$404.00

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