Bag It & Go!
Forget the oversize haul it all bags of the maximalist era. Right now, we’re all about wearing the bare essentials, and there’s a handful of designers who are making sure we do so in high style. Starting with Goyard’s Monte Carlo PM, a chic variation of the Monte Carlo MM, with the added luxury of a more compact size and removable leather strap.
Tomas Maier is celebrating its 20th anniversary with the TM20 bag. Available exclusively at Tomas Maier boutiques—including Bal Harbour Shops—as well as on its website, the TM20 comes in three colorways, including the blue on blue motif seen here. Now you can carry those tropical vibes with you, year-round.
Salvatore Ferragamo is packing a serious statement in its new Zig Zag shoulder bag. Designed in collaboration with Sara Battaglia, this mini flap bag can be worn cross-body, and features a gold Gancini closure. Though the black and white is a classic combination that will never fail, for those who favor bold and bright may want to scoop up its multi-colored cousin.
3.1 Phillip Lim is feeling pretty in pink—and so will you when you slip on this Leigh top-handle crossbody bag. The new silhouette sharpens a crossbody shape with custom hardware, including a chain-link handle and an optional detachable shoulder strap.
Gucci’s Alessandro Michele continues to propel the Italian luxury brand forward with his unique sensibility. The Sylvie mini bag in this dreamy iridescent brocade will capture your heart. Its top-handle shape is decorated with a gold chain and buckle, borrowed from the House’s archives.
Valentino’s latest Rockstud accessory is the Free Rockstud Spike Camera bag. Putting the “free” in freedom, this bag is all about choice: the detachable top handle and the adjustable and detachable chain strap mean the bag can be worn as a shoulder bag, cross-body bag or be carried by hand.