It seems that nearly every major fashion house has experienced a serious revamp in the last couple of years. From Chloé and Celine to Bottega Veneta and Givenchy, designer shakeups have been the norm in the luxury sector and handbag lovers have begun to accept these changes. Sometimes a designer will take successful elements from their predecessor and ease consumers into the change while others will come in hot and make big changes right out of the gate. Riccardo Tisci at Burberry took the latter approach, with a complete overhaul taking place almost immediately. Some fans recoiled while others rejoiced, and today we’ve got a look at Tisci’s newest handbag design for the brand. Meet, the Burberry Lola Bag.

New for FW 2019, the Lola is described as youthful in spirit and is said to be the little sister of the more structured TB bag. The classic Lola is crafted of quilted lambskin leather and comes in two sizes, small ($1,490) and medium ($1,790). As an ode to self-expression, Tisci designed the bag to be worn multiple ways. It can be slung over the shoulder, worn crossody, or hand carried as a clutch. Finishing details include the, now iconic, Thomas Burberry ‘TB’ hardware and a polished chain strap. The Lola is also available in a few novelty versions which include color-blocking, sequins, and a printed logo bag. Discover the entire collection via Burberry.

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