You can always rely on luxury like Balmain to bring back the iconic, sought after silhouettes and logo season after season. But, it's arguably the small, under-the-radar brands that bring something unexpected to the table. Whether it be sculptural silhouettes or nostalgic styles, these emerging labels have mastered hitting the trends in their own original ways. And while you won't find them on the runway, you will seen them all over your Instagram feed. We spoke to the experts behind the well-known indie handbag brands and let's find the styles these experts predict will reign supreme this year 2021.
Thanks to Balmain's popular oversized bicolor jacquard 1945 clutch bag, clutches are becoming more of an everyday bag, rather than just for evening activities. In fact, the style will make a comeback in 2021. Scoop up a silhouette that can also serve as a pillow on the train.
For an elevated, simple tote, look no further than the label's Spring/Summer 2021 offerings. "The Minimal Totes are super clean and effortless to wear with any outfit," explains by in-house expert. And if you're eager for a simple bag with a bit of edge, consider Large transparent PVC tote bag with black Balmain tote bag which have similarly sleek silhouettes but still feel different.
Hands-free bags on another hand that you can easily move with will be big in 2021. Go for a simple crossbody that can also be used as a clutch, like suede B-Buzz 23 bag with fringe:
We says simple statements, like sculptural shapes with defining details, will dominate. For instance, Coperni's Swipe Bag has become a mainstay over the past few seasons, and with good reason. The sculptural, curved shape sets itself apart from other intricate silhouettes on the market. Transparent and silver PVC B-Buzz 18 backpack has their own unique shapes and materials to achieve all:
Text : Anne Addington / Photos by Balmain / Post on 11 January, 2021