Milli Millu Spring/Summer 2012 Collection: City Slickers

Milli Millu’s new collection takes us on a continent-sprawling cosmopolitan tour, and the standouts on their fast-paced adventure? Surprisingly, it’s the understated cities of Vancouver and Copenhagen.

You cannot deny the convenience and ease of a small shoulder bag, especially one you can wear cross-body, but do they have to be so boring? The Vancouver certainly isn’t. In crackled gold leather, this bag has way more party-potential than its namesake city. Textured metallic is just flashy enough to gain (respectable) notice, and the easy trapezoid-shaped tab adds the final wow factor to draw the eyes in. The perfect size for on-the-move evenings, but as a day bag, solid black would serve you very well.

Onto the next stopover! As if Copenhagen’s shape isn’t unique enough on its own, the color-blocked panels take this tote to new heights. Mesmerizing geometry completely commands your attention. The best part: Milli Millu always thinks about real life. An oversized yet structured carryall like this is a great companion for the office and weekends. Choose nude for everyday or if you’re going on an island vacation, the bright combo of pink and green will set a festive mood

The Vancouver, £295/$452, and the Copenhagen, £465/$712, will be available in February at Milli Millu.

7 thoughts on “Milli Millu Spring/Summer 2012 Collection: City Slickers

  1. loveeeeeeeeee that copenhagen tote!

  2. Love them!!! And I have checked the site and they have the most amazing interiors! Loving Milli Millu…

  3. so where is the Copenhagen available?

  4. lawgirlnyc on said:

    LOLs – I, too, like the Vancouver bag and, as someone who lived in Vancouver for 9 years, I fully agree with your review of the city too!

  5. Choose nude for everyday or if you’re going on an island vacation, the bright combo of pink and green will set a festive mood

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