And because we just can’t get enough of Kate Moss, and surely because we can’t get enough of bags-talk, here’s our darling Kate explaining her Longchamp collection. The whys and the hows. Somewhat…
A clutch is one of those things that will be around for a while. They’re just so classic, really — I’ve got clutches from the ’30s, in that envelope style that’s really simple and not too overdone. This one is part of the collection that I just designed for Longchamp, and you can actually stuff a load of things in it and bash it around. The leather is textured to look like shagreen, which I love. Most bags are too heavy to carry things in, and so many of them are stiff, and you know it’s going to take years to mess them up. I like things that are already worn in, something tactile that’s going to be comfortable on your skin. When I was working on the collection, I showed it to my daughter, but she’s a bit — you know. She just said, “Yeah, it’s all right.” She prefers bling and Hello Kitty. She says she doesn’t like Hello Kitty anymore, but I know she really does. I mean, I love it, too. I just nabbed her Hello Kitty makeup bag, in fact. What can I say? I like a mismatch. (via)
Funnily enough this has to be the most sensible thing that I have ever read as quoted by Kate Moss.
Colour me surprised!
I do like this bag. : )
I still don’t hear a real designer but I like what Kate says here. I agree. I’ve to confess I begin to like her reckless, careless attitude when she’s being photographed just as the next woman in the street.
It’s adorable! It reminds me of my schoolbag when I was 5 years old (which was brown in colour and slightly bigger!)
i love the color and its concise pattern. i can even feel another Kate Moss with you!
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