Blink and you will miss them! Australian designers parade TINY handbags during New York Fashion Week – as the mini bag seems to be the It accessory this summer
- Emerging Australian designers debuted with their lines during the New York Fashion Week
- Women's clothing brand House of Campbell had miniscule bags on the catwalk
- The mini bag remains the favorite accessory for the worldwide style set
- Australian models Bambi Northwood-Blyth and Shanina Shaik are old fans
- The concept was created by Karl Lagerfeld, designer of Chanel and Fendi
Emerging Australian label Campbell's house debuted their latest collection during the New York Fashion Week on Sunday.
The Adelaide-based brand sent models down the runway at Pier 59 in flawlessly tailored blazers and fashionable socks with open sandals, but all eyes were on – or rather, strenuous to see – the small accessories.
Mini bags have been popping up in the tailor circuit for the past two years, but their abundance under the lines of Down Under designers at NYFW indicates that blink-and-you-miss-them bags will be the It accessory of the Australian summer .
Emerging Adelaide label House of Campbell debuted their latest collection at New York Fashion Week, but all eyes were on the small accessories (photo)
Models walked the House of Campbell runway on Pier 59 with tiny handbags for NYFW
Late fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld was the father of the mini bag phenomenon and brought the quirky accessory to the catwalk in his spring / summer 2015 collection for Fendi.
But it wasn't until the end of 2017 when the French designer of the moment Simon Porte Jacquemus breathed new life into the trend with his miniscule purse & # 39; Le Chiquito & # 39; that the mini bag really went mainstream.
The Italian mega-influencer Chiara Ferragni is a serial carrier of hardly any bags, just like the Australian models Bambi Northwood Blyth and Shanina Shaik.
Australian model Bambi Northwood-Blyth is wearing a Chanel cross-body mini bag during New York Fashion Week on September 9
Kendall Jenner (left) and digital influencer Jamie Xie (right) wear the white Le Chiquito minitas from Jacquemus
Late fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld started the mini bag phenomenon on Fendi in his spring / summer 2015 collection (pictured, Italian influencer Chiara Ferragni carries an original Fendi mini bag during Milan Fashion Week in 2015)
What other trends will Down Down take over this summer?
* Heels with square nose: Revived by Italian designer Bottega Veneta, square sandals have been seeing paths from New York to Milan all year round – and they are already taking over the streets of Sydney.
* Anklets: If Vogue editors are something to visit (of course they are), playful anklets are the latest trend in the 1990s to enjoy a comeback. Vogue proposes to merge your favorite piece with a few Birkenstocks.
* Tie-dye: Bohemian tie-dye – especially neon green and pink – was first seen on the runway at Stella McCartney and Dries Van Noten and is an important trend for the summer of 2019. Take Rat and Boa On tie-dye evening wear is perfect for a summer wedding.
* Feathers: Since Kendall Jenner arrived in a pink feather dress at the launch of Sydney Tiffany in April, the feathers have been waiting for their big moment in the wings. The Australian fashion brand Bardot recently launched a premium line with strikingly similar feather tops and dresses, just in time for the summer.
Kendall Jenner and Emily Ratajkowski regularly bring containers that are too small for an iPhone.
Blake Lively brought a new meaning to the style when it wore a minute Judith Leiber creation in the form of a small beach ball for the premiere of Pokemen Detective Pikachu in May.
So popular is the trend that Zara now has one entire section dedicated to mini ladies' bags online.
The German influencer Sonia Lyson (left) carries the Jacquemus Le Chiquito bag on 26 August in Berlin; The Australian model Shanina Shaik (right) carries a mini-bag at the launch of the Diesel x A-Cold-Wall capsule collection during New York Fashion Week on September 9
Blake Lively (photo) gave her own view of the mini touch trend with this quirky beach balminaudiere by Judith Leiber
House of Campbell went to NYFW with Fashion palette, an Australian fashion agency that helps emerging designers strengthen their profile through catwalk shows.
Other independent Australian labels that brought their new collections to the attention were Torannce, Portia & Scarlett, Made With Love Bridal and Dea the Label.
Sonya Swim, the new swimwear brand of the former My Kitchen Rules participant and Fashion Palette founder Sonya Mefaddi, also debuted with their spring / summer 2020 line.
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