Storied Parisian label Longchamp was first founded in 1948 as creators of luxury leather smoking pipes. After many successful years creating fine French smoking products, the company eventually expanded into small leather goods, luggage, RTW and men's collections. The luxury brand is now known worldwide for its incredible craftsmanship and leather expertise. Creative Director Sophie Delafontaine brought the collection to New York, which resonates as sort of an ode to the brand's international appeal.
For Spring 2020 there were, of course, bags galore. Many of them were minis, and the most iconic bag of all was the Le Pliage bag, which appeared on the runway in a teeny, tiny micro version. The house's famous Le Pliage bag is known for its nylon body, but these micro versions seem to be made of embossed leather, appearing in neutral tones as well as a bright pink pop tone. Another notable design was a graphic suede version of the house's Roseau tote, complete with color blocking, which also appeared on other bags throughout the collection. View all of the bags below.
[Photos via Vogue Runway]