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The Best Bags From Paris Fashion Week Fall 24

Welcome to our list of The Best Bags From Paris Fashion Week Fall 24!

Paris Fashion Week has come to an end, so it is time to see the most amazing bags from the new collections. From some old time classics at Chanel to some new and trendy designs at Valentino the Fall/Winter 24 bags are worth taking a look at!

So, without further ado here are The Best Bags From Paris Fashion Week Fall 24:



For her Fall 24 collection designer Maria Grazia Chiuri was obviously inspired by Miss Dior. She took a Christian Dior archival logo, a piece of hand-drawn advertising artwork made for the launch of the Miss Dior boutique in 1967, and printed it in bags, coats and dresses. The Miss Dior Boutique was the first store of the house that sold ready-to-wear clothes designed by Marc Bohan, you can see how Chiuri brought that into everyday clothes for 2024. You can also see the 60’s and 70’s inspiration of the collection in the mini skirts, matching sets and turtlenecks. Boxy silhouettes and long coats also represent the Miss Dior time, as a whole the collection was sober, practical and wearable, but I have to say i’m not a big fan of the Miss Dior prints.

As for the bags we saw many classics alongside some new launches. The bag that best represents the collection as a whole is this new Miss Dior flap bag, it was showed in many different prints, fabrics and colors. Other new bags like a bucket, a pouch and another flap were also presented. The Dior Toujours tote was showed in embossed leather and with golden handles, showing how it could be the perfect fall tote. The Lady Dior appeared in the classic iteration but also as the Lady D-Joy and in an embossed leather, breathing new life into this Dior icon.

Overall I believe this was a commercial collection that is bound to sell well, nothing too exciting but still a fine Dior collection.

Dior Fall 24



Chloé is back! The debut collection of creative director Chemena Kamali brought back the playful hobo spirit of Chloé. She called the collection “Intuition”, it was about what looks and feels right to women, she was also inspired by the collections Karl Lagerfeld designed for the brand in the late 1970’s. Full of playful accessories, ruffle dresses, movement and fluidity, and of course the nostalgia of the 70’s.

As for the bags they were fun statement pieces that scream ‘boho chic’. Bracelet bags were showed in bright colors with golden details. A bigger version of those bags in the form of hobos and banana bags also made the rounds. Some messenger bags combined practicality with a 70’s hobo spirit, which is what this collection was about.

This is a collection made by women for women. I am so happy to see Chemena Kamali bringing Chloé back to its origins, as a hobo chic icon and as an antidote to the monotony we have been seeing in recent collections.

Chloé Fall 24



For his fall 24 collection, designer Jonathan Anderson was inspired by art, from Albert York’s oil paintings of nature to a porcelain bundle of asparagus from the 1700’s. You could see York’s work throughout the collection, from florist landscapes to flower and dog prints. Of course Anderson’s usual play on proportions was present in the collection, in the form of oversized belts, long coats and big shoulders.

As for the bags the designer took the collection motifs and printed them into some classic bags of the house. The Flamenco clutch was showed in beautiful colors and in croc embossed leather, bringing new life into the daytime clutch trend. The Loewe Squeeze, the new icon of the house, was presented in many prints with the collection motifs, like flowers, dogs and birds. The Puzzle fold tote also made the rounds in an elegant croc-embossed leather.

When most collections are inspired by house archives Jonathan Anderson brings a unique and fun collection inspired by art. It might not be everyone’s cup of tea but this was an innovative collection that stands apart from the rest.

Loewe Fall 24



The Hermès Fall 24 collection was inspired by horses and motorbikes, ‘two riding sports’ as creative director Nadège Vanhee said. Riding boots and leggings were shoed alongside biker jackets, but of course nothing was too literal or too much. Overall the collection was about investment leather outerwear with the elegance and timelessness we expect from Hermès.

The iconic Birkin bag was presented in its classic iteration but also in the fan favorite shoulder bag version that is back for Fall 24. A rounded flap bag was also showed in the beautiful colors of the collection, as was a squared flap with a metallic closure on the front. Belt bags and envelope clutches continued with the quiet and elegant theme of the collection. The Hermès Bolide bag also appeared, as did a big tote bag that was as practical as it was chic.

Hermès is not reinventing the wheel, they are giving what their costumers want: elegant, timeless pieces made with that impeccable craftsmanship and quality they are known for.

Hermès Fall 24



Pierpaolo Piccioli’s Fall 24 collection for Valentino was about reinterpreting classic codes of the house, like bows and ruffles, in a new feminist way. The entirely black collection was, according to the designer, ‘anti-nostalgic’. It was about looking forward not backwards, and about feminine power. The collection was composed of sharp tailoring, tule and lace dresses, embroideries, over coats, fringes and feathers. Like the previous collections, these are clothes for women to show their bodies in whatever way they like. Not men nor politicians should dictate on our bodies, to show our bodies or not is entirely up to us, that is Valentino’s message.

As for the bags, they were all black but were anything but basic. A flap bag with a chain strap was the standout piece of the collection, showed in velvet, smooth leather, with embroideries and patent leather. The Valentino Loco bag also was present in beautiful embellished versions. The VLogo Moon bag is back for another season, in this all-black version. Some tote bags, top handles and pouches made the rounds, all beautiful statement pieces.

As always Valentino is one of my favorite shows of the season: flawless timeless pieces that are not too understated or too over the top, made with beautiful techniques and paired with some amazing bags.

Valentino Fall 24



For her Fall 24 collection, designer Virginie Viard was inspired by Deauville, Coco Chanel’s first fashion boutique and favorite seaside destination. You could see the inspiration in the colors reminiscent of the Deauville sky, in the big hats, and in the outerwear. It looks like what the Chanel woman would wear in Deauville in the winter time. Of course there were a lot of tweed dresses, matching sets and coats but there was also leather, denim and silk.

As for the bags the Classic Flap continues to an icon of the brand. It was showed in beautiful colors, some embroidered and embellished, and in different sizes, all classics of the brand. There were also camera bags, boxy top handles and envelope bags, all with distinct Chanel codes. A pouch that hanged from a chain was showed multiple times, as an easy grab-and-go alternative to classic handbags. Of course the iconic Chanel Deauville tote was presented, this time in a wintery version in leather and shearling.

Overall there isn’t much I can say about this collection. Nothing too exciting, nothing too new, but it is still Chanel, so of course there are some beautiful pieces with classic house motifs.

Chanel Fall 24


Miu Miu

Prep style continues to be a theme for Miuccia Prada at the Miu Miu Fall 24 collection. But it was more than that, it was a mixture of late 60’s fashion with some collegiate looks and other classic ladylike outfits. Miuccia said she wakes up every morning and decides if she’s going to be a 15-year-old girl or an old lady, and I guess with this collection you can be both. From long overcoats to mini dresses and full skirts this was a wearable and fun collection that is likely to be super popular next fall.

As for the bags there were some oversized belted bowling bags that fit perfectly with the vintage aspect of the collection. The current Miu Miu It Bag, the Arcadie, was showed in both large and small versions, in different colors and leathers. Bucket bags also made the rounds as well as some ladylike drawstring purses.

As the last Miu Miu collections this one is bound to be super popular once it hits the stores. This is a fun collection of wearable pieces that have that distinctive Miu Miu style we all know and love.

Miu Miu Fall 24


Louis Vuitton

For the 10th anniversary of Nicolas Ghesquière at Louis Vuitton he took a look at what he did so far and paid homage to the trunk making legacy of the brand. The designer printed trunk motifs on dresses and bags, that were fun but also very characteristic of Louis Vuitton. From sporty pieces to metallic dresses and feathered skirts this was a collection about the past 10 years that didn’t look nostalgic. Ghesquière manages to talk about the past while designing for the future, all with his Si-Fi style of course.

The standout bag of the collection was the Petit Malle, the first bag the creative director designed for the brand 10 years ago, it was showed in different prints, colors and materials. The Side Trunk, the latest iteration of the Petit Malle, was also showed in many different versions. The Alma was also present in the collection, the classic bag had trunk prints and also different colors. There was a new understated bowling bag that looks very similar to the Loewe Amazona, that didn’t follow the trunk theme of the collection. Of course there were many bags made with a trunk construction in different shapes that showed the expertise of Louis Vuitton in trunk making.

Overall it was a collection very characteristic of Nicolas Ghesquière, similar to past collections but as always bringing some newness to it. Why fix what it isn’t broken?

Louis Vuitton Fall 24

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