2 Oct 2020

8 iconic bags represented at the Vremena Goda Galleries

Not only the contents but the bag itself can tell a lot about its owner. Whether you appreciate the classics or modern, petite or oversize - this season designers have prepared new items for all tastes. Which it-bag is worth your attention this season suggests the selection of the Vremena Goda Galleries.

Dior Saddle

The Christian Dior Saddle bag, invented by John Galliano in 2000, thanks to Maria Grazia Chiuri, has been released in a new flashy interpretation. In the long run, this model is only gaining popularity. The bag is distinguished by a branded magnetic D stirrup clasp, Saddle flap as well as a CD symbol on both ends of the handle.

Dior Bobby

The hobo bags, such as the DiorBobby, are becoming extremely popular with fall. They are distinguished by harmonious proportions and flowing curves. Created by Maria Grazia Chiuri, the model serves to remind of Christian Dior's beloved dog, the pet after which many items were named. The Dior fashion arsenal includes items made of calfskin as well as Dior Oblique jacquard fabric.

Jackie 1961 from Gucci

It is the iconic model inspired by US First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. In the 60s, the fashion icon loved carrying this bag, and after a while, Dior named the accessory in honour of the legendary Jackie. For the fall-winter 2020/21 season, Jackie 1961 is released with a new reading: Alessandro Michele presented an archival model in a modern look.

Chanel 19 Maxi

The name of the Chanel 19 bag, released in 2019, echoes the name of the famous 2.55 model, created by Gabrielle Chanel in February 1955. The accessory embodies the core Chanel symbols and codes, including the double-C clasp. It is a leather model with large diagonal stitching, a wide gold-tone metal chain and a metal chain with a twisted leather band.

Dauphine from Louis Vuitton

In the creation of the updated Dauphine model, Nicolas Ghesquiere took inspiration from the original Monogram canvas version released by Louis Vuitton as early as 1970. The striking design is highlighted by sophisticated details such as magnetic clasp as well as an elegant, adjustable shoulder strap.

Capucines from LouisVuitton

The name of the iconic Capucines bag comes from the Rue des Capucins in Paris, where Louis Vuitton opened his first store in 1854. Thanks to the removable strap, the accessory can be hoist over the shoulder or carried in the hand - there is a handle, oftentimes painted in contrast colors.

Pocket from Burberry

This universal model, developed by the Burberry creative director, Ricardo Tisci, is based on the samples from the Burberry historical archive. The canvas bag with leather trim features jockey-style touches as well as a graphic logo. The adjustable, removable strap and leather handles allow the accessory to be worn either on the shoulder or as a tote.

Lola from Burberry

Last year, Ricardo Tisci presented his own vision of the rebellious spirit. From his easy hand, the Lola bag was released. It was named after the self-titled song by the British band The Kinks. The youth version of the branded TB bag provides bold color combinations, as well as logos, prints and decorations.