Louis Vuitton Introduces a Brand New Belt Bag In Monogram Vernis

Louis Vuitton Introduces a Brand New Belt Bag In Monogram Vernis

It’s been a few seasons since belt bags burst back onto the fashion scene and though many thought they were a trend that would come and go like the wind, they remain relevant, with designers releasing new versions every season. Belt bags appear to remain a go-to shape even through 2020, as the popular waist bag shape was seen worn by models throughout the spring 2020 runway shows. Of course, Louis Vuitton jumped on the belt bag bandwagon early on, releasing an updated version of a vintage favorite ( famously worn in a fake version by Kendall Jenner ).

Micro Bags and Clutches Took Over the Spring 2020 Runways

Micro Bags and Clutches Took Over the Spring 2020 Runways

Whether you love them or you hate them, there’s no denying that Bottega Veneta ‘s the Pouch and Jacquemus’ Le Chiquito bag were two of the most talked about items in the handbag world this year. Both are currently considered ‘it bags’, and though the popularity of them cannot be ignored, both are impractical in their own way. Despite this lack of wearability, designers for spring 2020 seem to have taken a cue from these of-the-moment bags as micro bags and hand carried clutch bags were seen over and over again during fashion month