Hermès brings the larger than life Kelly bag to Orchard Road with the Kellydoscope exhibition.
We take a look at a some of the more memorable bags from this season that you will simply wish to own.
Available in limited quantities — 10 of each to be precise— the special edition Palazzo Empire by Versace captures each iconic fashion capital around the world.
CH Carolina Herrera makes National Day a vibrant affair with this limited edition shopping tote with the city’s iconic skyline.
Technology sent us to the moon and back — but only the power of pure imagination can give us access to millions of different possibilities.
This new capsule collection will have you dreaming of all the vivid hues within the color spectrum.
Two design stalwarts come together to create an accessories range that’s bursting with vibrancy and ingenuity.
This handy carrier by the British fashion label will house all your essentials without compromising on style.
It’s a riot of colors for the luxury bag designer and Italian luxury brand.
Riccardo Tisci designs for the sensual, modern, and confident woman inhabiting the concrete jungle in her stilettos.
Mulberry’s most iconic bag is given sharper lines, a reinforced body and brand new colors.
Spring/Summer ’16’s offering of accessories from the Italian brand sees a continued update of the famous Serpenti and Bulgari-Bulgari iconography that lean towards the way of modern understatement.
Let the leather experts at Coach make your Mother’s Day gift even better this year.
The French fashion house brings a dance-inspired fall collection with a surfeit of flowing grace.
Dior’s latest bag offering is a bold reinterpretation of the Diorama bag, complete with a reversible front flap.
Its iconic design makes this leather bag a must-have in your wardrobe and a versatile piece for any occasion.
If there is one thing to take away from the runways this season, it is that bigger is better when it comes to accessorizing.
The established brand begins a new chapter in Japan with a store and an exhibition.
While other houses think about tampering with seasons, Gucci decides there is no reason for menswear and womenswear to have separate shows.
French fashion house Givenchy presents four of its signature backpack designs by Riccardo Tisci.