A edit of shoes, bags and jewellery to give (or receive) this festive season, from Loewe’s leather platforms to an irresistible bag from Bottega Veneta
Whether you’re shopping online or in real life, the choice can be overwhelming. To make things easier for you, we’ve compiled an edit of accessories that you might consider purchasing – either for a loved one or simply yourself (we’re sure you’ve earned it) for Christmas. From a bold bag by Bottega Veneta to a beautiful bracelet by Marni and some black boots by Loewe, this curation is brimming with luxuriousness. So scroll down, and lust away...
(Lead image) Elegant, sophisticated and bold, Bottega Veneta by Daniel Lee is surging in popularity – his quadruple win at The Fashion Awards 2019 is testament to that. One look at this leather pyramid bag with gold finishings and it’s easy to see why.
Pretty and perverse, Simone Rocha’s brand of femininity is compelling, while her pearls – which are strewn across clothes and accessories, such as this floral pearl and crystal necklace – are a timelessly beautiful addition to any outfit.
Originating in Africa (dating back to Nubia, a civilisation that existed in the fourth century in what is now Sudan), hoop earrings remain popular to this day the world over – a gold-plated pair even appeared on Jil Sander’s Autumn/Winter 2019 runway in Milan this February.
Maybe you need glasses, maybe you don’t – either way, this metal frame pair by Cartier are infused with elegance; much like the metal two-tone figure pendant necklace by Chloé that accompanies them here.
Rise above the winter weather with these leather platform boots by Loewe – see them as a modern, luxurious equivalent to the common snow boot.
Hand-painted – and therefore utterly unique – this leather bag by Byredo is fitted with metal charms: adding luck if you’re the superstitious type, or simply a point of visual interest if you’re not.
Model: Annie Trice at Premier London. Make-up: Jimmy Jones at D+V Management Hair: Sophie Jane Anderson at D+V Management. Set design: Kei Yoshino at Bryant Artists. Set design assistant: Haruka Ogawa.