With 2020 coming to a close, here are some must-have fashion accessories to end the year with a bang.
Cole Haan recently unveiled a collaborative collection with famed independent fashion house Rodarte. Laura and Kate Mulleavy, the sisters behind Rodarte, put their signature aesthetic on the Grand Ambition collection, which comprises beautifully feminine footwear and handbags.
Twice As Edgy
For the current season, Moschino is going full provocative with its sunglasses. The Sharp & Flat style features a functional metal bridge that allows users to adjust the flip-on mask as double-layer protection. It comes in three colour and material variations, each as rugged as the next.
Designed For Adventure
Strong yet lightweight, Samsonite’s Lite-Box is built to meet the expectations of the modern traveller looking for the best materials combined with a contemporary design. This large-volume luggage case has a dynamic vertical design with prominent outside corner protections.
Sleek On The Wrist
Titoni’s latest series, Line 1919, named after the watch company’s founding year, is inspired by purist minimalism. The T10 calibre that ticks at the heart of all models is the brand’s first in-house manufactured movement, which offers a power reserve of 68 hours.
Make It Yours
The new Mulberry Iris is a fresh take on the ideal everyday bag. It is designed to be versatile as well as tailored to meet the needs of modern women. An interchangeable braided top handle offers the opportunity for customisation to fit individual tastes.
Saint Laurent recently collaborated with Google’s Jacquard project, which looks to fuse technology and clothing. The result is a sleek, rather unassuming backpack. Yet, it can detect touch indicators and connect to an app to control everything from music to maps and photos.
Dress Up Your Conscience
H&M’s Autumn 2019 Conscious collection continues its commitment to sustainable fashion. From the tailored check separates to animal print dresses and oversized hoodies, the vibe is laidback yet sophisticated. All pieces are made from recycled material, which has less impact on the environment.
Dior has reinterpreted the emblematic men’s Saddle bag for the current season. This recently released line focuses on the idea of interplay between contrasting materials, combining the luminosity of silk satin with the high shine of technical materials.