Valextra Fall/Winter 2012 Collection:

Valextra has turned out a whole season’s worth of new treasures for Fall/Winter 2012! One goodie after another has brought a smile to my face and sparkle to my eyes.

A savvy collaboration with famed landscape architect Patrizia Pozzi has resulted in a new shape inspired by zen lotus leaves. The entire bag, from front to back, boasts the feminine shape of the lotus, complete with a flower-shaped clasp. It’s structural yet seductively curved, while thoroughly in keeping with Valextra’s minimalist aesthetics. It is also, without a doubt, one of the best new silhouettes from the brand – and well-conceived, to boot. The strap of the sleek, curvy bag adjusts to strap adjusts to shoulder- or crossbody-length.

The B-Cube bag has been updated with the same strap options for Fall. This Valextra classic is one of my all-time favorites, especially in the latest rich jewel tones of ruby, sapphire, and peacock.

The brand’s first watches welcome a collaboration with Jaeger LeCoultre, available in white-gold and diamonds or stainless steel with a doubled-leather strap, boasting Valextra’s trademark luxe leather. Genius!

And perhaps best of all: the 75th-anniversary bag in a mini-size is now (unofficially) called the “Tiny Tina” by Valextra – totally adorable! Suddenly, everything is coming up Valextra for fall!



3 thoughts on “Valextra Fall/Winter 2012 Collection:

  1. really love these bags ,they have lovely shapes en also love that stainless steel watch ,it’s gorgeous!
    and how nice that one of the little bags is called “Tiny Tina” :-)
    love carla

  2. Fashion Handbags and Purses on said:

    This is acute little cross carry bag, but it seems a little small.

  3. The bags are great. I see a few I would like. The sticks with the peacock feathers are another deal all together. For high end bags, the table designs look like something my grandma came up with from Michaels..

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