Oh Boy, my Boy.
This awesome piece of modernity and class speaks for itself, Opulence is here to tell you more about it and its infamous history.
The 50’s saw the Sac à Courroies sparked a revolution of female fashion trends, the 60’s followed with a wave of increasing freedom and modernity letting appear new materials displayed beautifully by Paco Gabanne and Gucci.
The 70’s were bounded around a hippie influenced spirit, giving time for a young Karl Lagerfeld, one of Chloé’s designers at the time to work on that bohemian aesthetic.
t’s shape and size that bought a revolutionary turnover to Chanel’s collection, was inspired by the equestrian world so dear to her. Truly inspired by cartridge bags, fundamental riding and hunting bags just like the side saddle bags. Gabrielle was accustomed to them from their riding gateaways.
A rigid, slightly squared structure rounded on the edges and a single flap. Karl Lagerfeld redesigned it for a real female, nonetheless unisex, versatile innovation that asserts a bold and independent look for anyone wearing it.
Its large distribution, variety of models and material, and surely its range of size made the modern handbag very popular for millennials and fashion collectors. The boy is available in three sizes: small, medium, large and recently a 3-inch longer medium, adding the mention “old” and “new” to medium.
Published on: 21 May 2021