Designer leather goods are changing with the time and what that meant for 2020 is that they’re going hands-free. Belt bags have been the hot ticket for quite some time now and Chanel has helped to solidify its status as a fashion mainstay. Season after season, the powerhouse brand has presented their own take on the tourist-inspired accessory, which means there is a wide range of options on the market. With no shortage of styles to choose from, you’re bound to find something that appeals to you.
When it comes to iconic handbags, Hermès is largely responsible for most of them. From the Birkin to the Kelly and the Constance, each resembles a historic moment in time and are some of the most sought after styles in the world. Given each bags cult status, then, it’s not all too surprising that these styles can be hard to get your hands on, the Birkin for instance is known to have a waiting list that can last months long. But what about some of Hermès’ lesser-known styles? In fact, designs like the Picotin are much easier to come by and are cheaper too (by Hermès standards).
It’s common knowledge in the fashion world that buying a Hermes bag can offer a better return on investment than going all in on the stock market. From the Birkin to the Constance and most recently the Lindy, the brand is known for a lineup of timeless It bags. And adding to that list is the most recent 24/24 bag.
Now that we are all over the big handbag trend, everyone is flocking towards the petite ‘wallet on chain’ trend. Thanks to brands like Chanel and Louis Vuitton, 2020 became the year this bag style took off and 2021 is likely to be no different. In a just released 2020 report, the luxury resale site Clair by Rebag revealed its top trends of this year and…you guessed it, the wallet came out first. Below, we break down the top designer wallets to invest in for the year ahead.