Proenza Schouler Kiri Tote: Life in the Fast Lane

There was a time (not too long ago) when mixing navy and black was frowned upon. But it’s the year 2012, when the first rule of fashion is: break all the rules. Proenza Schouler have always been a duo to enjoy pushing a boundary or three, without pushing the limits of what our eyes crave to see and our hands crave to carry. Their new Kiri bag, in a woven print, not only combines black, navy, and white (yes, white for fall, and why not?), it also adds a dash of patent leather for a little blast of shine. It’s also luscious – and still neutral – in oxblood and gray with navy trim.

Bowling bags tend to look heavy and cumbersome (and at times, outdated). Not Kiri. I love its elongated shape. So fresh and modern. This athletic version of the Kiri seamlessly combines what the duo does best: sport meets chic. On Net-a-Porter for $2,950.

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