5 New Bag Labels You Need to Know

Five Bag Labels You Need to Know

Ruigrok van der Werven

Established in 2016, Ruigrok van der Werven is focusing on luxury handbags in vegetable tanned leather, designed in the Netherlands and made in Italy. Pristine silhouettes and luxuriously clean lines are the inspiration for the collection. The result is clean-cut designs in beautiful materials.

My favourite: The Shoulder Bag in Light Grey



Founded by partners Sarah Staudinger and George Augusto in 2015, L.A. based brand Staud is epitomising a retro Californian vibe. They produce vintage inspired clothing as well but my heart beats for their bucket bags.

My favourite: The Vitti Leather Bucket Bag



Established in 2017 by Dutch designer Elza Wandler Wandler shows a distinctive aesthetic: elegant with unexpected dimensions and a dynamic use of colors.

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My favourite: the Hortensia Mini Cross Body Bag


Aesther Ekme

Aesther Ekme creates simple and elevated handbags in bucket, tote and barrel styles, using luxurious calfskin leather. With a name that translates into ‘classic bags’ from the Crimean Tatar language, creative director and founder Stephane Park’s label – who designed accessories for Alexander Wang – has been based in Copenhagen since its 2016 launch.

My favourite: The deep green Triangle Mini Leather Bag.



Designed in France, handmade mostly in Ghana, Muuñ’s bags are the result of exchanges of influences and are based on respect of others and materials. Newly added to their range of hand-woven coveted straw basket bags are the new leather bags with curved wooden top handles!

My favourite: The Louise Wood Handle Bucket Bag



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