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The Etro Saturno Bag Offers the Perfect Combination of Soft and Structured

And it also packs a punch in style...

Earlier this year, Etro expanded its handbag offerings, diving further into leather goods under the creative direction of Marco De Vincenzo. His first bag for the House, the Etro Vela Bag unveiled a new chapter for Etro, intriguing handbag fans with its unique shape and fresh, modern feel.

Marco De Vincenzo continues to expand upon his vision by introducing a new bag to the Etro lineup. Today, we’re taking a look at the newly unveiled Saturno bag, just in time for Fall 2023.

Contrasting Lines Offering Sleek Style

The Saturno Bag oozes style, simultaneously offering a unique balance of softness and structure. Characterized by geometric lines and an oblique silhouette, the bag is defined by its hard bottom and soft, slouchy top. This juxtaposition of rigid leather and soft napa leather offers a stylish edge. The Saturno is finished with a drawstring closure and exaggerated leather tabs. Further details include gold-tone mental feet and hardware.

Free of any in-your-face logos or branding, the Saturno stands out thanks to its shape alone. The ETRO logo is tonally embossed on the front of the bag, and it’s only upon looking at the bottom of the bag that you’ll find the House’s most important motif, the Pegasus, which is embossed on the bottom. On the underside of the leather, you’ll find a paisley print, which is integral to the Etro DNA and adds a really nice touch to the bag’s craftsmanship.

Available in black, burgundy, forest green, beige, and orange, there are two sizes — standard and mini. Each has a fixed top handle on the back in addition to a flexible top handle and a removable shoulder strap, allowing for cross-body wear.

Prices are $1,390 for the Mini and $1,790 for the regular size. Discover more via Etro.

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Gracie
Gracie
10 months ago

It’s cute.

Terri
Terri
10 months ago

This is growing on me. What a great contrast of soft vs structured!