LOUIS VUITTON FUTURISTIC BAG

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Is the futuristic bag the next big thing? Are we moving that fast in fashion? Well, we know that a lot of brands have started introducing futuristic handbags including Chanel. Now Louis Vuitton is catching this new wave. So for the Fall Winter 2017 Collection, meet LV’s version of futuristic design. It’s sophisticated, robotic and so different (for sure!).

The Design

Did this fresh design ‘WOW’ you when it was first released in the Fall Winter 2017 Ad Campaign or on the Runway? Well, the look is not as chic as the Monogram or Empreinte print, but maybe this design fits best with casual outfits.

The Louis Vuitton futuristic is sophisticated and built with tight lines and streamlined-shape. It’s made from embossed Epi leather, which is strong and luxurious leather. This futuristic print has been embellished on the iconic Speedy Bag, but also on the new-signature Twist Bag. There might be more styles available, but the basic principle of the print remains the same.

This futuristic print is built with multiple symbols on the bag. It reminds me of robots in Star wars and the buttons on spaceship. There is also an L and V logo printed in two separated colors. Some parts have remained the same like the original version like the handles on the speedy, the leather zip and the iconic lock. There is even a side-pocket in the exterior for instant-essentials.

The Sizes And Prices

The Louis Vuitton Futuristic print is embellished on different handbags like the Speedy Bag or on the Twist Bag. Each style has their own price tag.

Louis Vuitton Futuristic Speedy 25 Bag
Size: 5.9’ x 7.5’ x 9.8’ (L x H x W) inches
Prices: $2650 USD, $3250 CAD, €1900 euro, £1780 GBP, $22000 HKD, ¥313200 JPY, $3400 AUD.

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PRADA BOX TOTE BAG

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Whenever we see a new tote bag at Prada, we get excited. We think about all the previous tote bag that they have designed, because they were so pretty. For the Fall Winter 2017 Collection, there is another fresh and interesting handbag that you must see. It’s called the Prada Box Tote and it’s something you’ve never seen before.

The Design

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Recently, Prada has been releasing a lot of ‘box’ and ‘trunk’ –inspired handbags. Just look at their Micro Box Bag. The new Prada Box Tote is chic and streamlined. It’s designed with smooth and curvy body. The look is a mix of a tote bag and a minaudiere as it features a rare turn-lock closure.

The sides remind me of the Frame Bag, which is solid. The top comes with two long double handles and there is logo engraved on the clasp. The sides also showcase the color of the interior and it’s refined with a golden plate.

The interior

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The bag opens like a cosmetics box – when it’s open it will reveal all the interior. Inside you will find three pockets including one with a zipper closure. The center pocket is crafted with a spring hinge closure (like a clutch or minaudiere bag). It’s quite unique considering how its put together.

The Sizes And Prices

Measuring 20.5 x 14 x 13 cm, priced at $4450 USD, €3100 euro, £3050 GBP via Prada boutiques.

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FRIDA AASEN POSES IN CASUAL DENIM STYLES FOR ELLE NORWAY

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Leading model Frida Aasen teams up once again with photographer Asa Tallgard for the October 2017 issue of ELLE Norway. The face of Elisabetta Franchi embraces denim styles for the fashion editorial. Styled by Petra Middelthon, Frida looks casually chic in jeans from brands such as Rag & Bone, Diesel and Replay.

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THE SIMPLE LIFE: NOAH & ANNEMARIE MODEL AMISH STYLES FOR MYSELF GERMANY

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The October 2017 issue of Myself Germany heads to the great outdoors for this dreamy editorial. Titled ‘The Simple Life’, models Noah van de Biezen and Annemarie Kuus embrace romantic styles inspired by the Amish. Photographed by Petrovsky & Ramone, the duo poses in chic ensembles including delicate ruffles and diaphanous prints. Stylist and creative director Theresa Pichler dresses Noah and Annemarie in the designs of Dior, Temperly London, Anne Sofie Madsen and others. Elise Haman worked on hair and makeup for the sun-drenched shots.



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WEEK IN REVIEW | BELLA HADID’S NEW COVER, MAX MARA’S FALL ADS, EMILIA CLARKE FRONTS DOLCE & GABBANA + MORE

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Catch up with the top stories from the past week in September.

Editorials:
Bella Hadid Channels 90’s Vibes for Vogue Brazil Cover Shoot
Caroline Trentini Poses in Summery Styles for Marie Claire Brazil
Shlomit Malka Wows in Fall Makeup Looks for ELLE Spain
Loane Normand Wears Menswear Inspired Looks for ELLE France
Fernanda Ly Poses in Fashion That Glitters for Vogue Australia

Grace Elizabeth stars in Max Mara's fall-winter 2017 campaignGrace Elizabeth stars in Max Mara’s fall-winter 2017 campaign


Campaigns/Lookbooks:
Grace Elizabeth Keeps It Cozy Luxe in Max Mara’s Fall 2017 Campaign
Gigi Hadid Brings Rock & Roll Vibes for TommyxGigi Fall 2017 Campaign
Intimate Moments: Madewell Spotlights Fall Lingerie Styles
How to Dress Now: September 2017 Style Guide
Kendall Jenner Fronts Ippolita’s Fall 2017 Campaign

Emilia Clarke stars in Dolce & Gabbana The One Eau de Toilette campaignEmilia Clarke stars in Dolce & Gabbana ‘The One’ Eau de Toilette campaign

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ESTELLA BOERSMA & JESSIE BLOEMENDAAL MODEL RUSTIC FASHIONS FOR VOGUE JAPAN

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Rising stars Estella Boersma and Jessie Bloemendaal live the simple life in the pages of Vogue Japan’s September 2017 issue. Lensed by Giampaolo Sgura, the pair enjoy time in the countryside for an editorial called, ‘Queen for a Day’. Stylist Paul Cavaco dresses Estella and Jessie in a mix of utilitarian denim, wool coats and printed headscarves. The duo wears the designs of Louis Vuitton, Balenciaga, Calvin Klein Jeans and more.

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