Perhaps life is too conform or perhaps we need something out of the box to freshen up our nerves. From what I saw on the runway, a few renowned designers this season, from my point of view, are being rebellious against the traditional aesthetics of their house’s handbags — on the other words, a playful twist on the classics. Take a look at The Gucci Dionysus Shoulder Bag, The JIMMY CHOO Candy printed acrylic clutch, The Marc Jacobs Embroidered Python Shoulder Bag, The Furla Mini Candy Bag, etc, they are all embellished, or graffitied with playful elements, which has aspired me to keep asking myself “why not”. Whether it’s choices of life, things we designed and created, or simply as a daily decision— “why not”.
But before I started to go further and out of topic, I’d like to talk about the Prada Daino St. Rabbits bag (Why Not). The boxy silhouette has executed outstandingly with coloured painterly graphics inspired by its men’s S/S16 runway show, top handled with oversized chains. All of such bold and irresistible attentions within the details has triggered my second editorial collaboration with LFPlaza, who always has an on-point taste when it comes to fashion accessories.
The Prada bag comes in 2 prints and colour variations, and so are my 2 outfits, which was built based on a white dress from iBlues. I’m getting addicted to white this summer, it’s like a blank canvas that goes well with everything. Dress it up with a tweeted jacket or dress it down with an extra skirt and shirt layered on top. Either way, the Prada bag spices up the look with its funkiness.