Anya Hindmarch is a brand that's been around as long as I've been into handbags, but in the past two seasons, the British designer has rocketed to wider interest than she's ever received before. That's largely because of the decision to incorporate a few consumer product logos into some bags two seasons ago; earlier this week, Hindmarch gave us even more of what's exploded the brand into the mainstream.
The designer's Fall 2015 collection again takes literal influence from the design we see in our everyday lives, but this time, Hindmarch has used street and transit signage as a jumping off point. Unlike Moschino, which generally mines this kind of subject matter for cheap nostalgia, Hindmarch chooses graphics that are excellent examples of quality design in and of themselves, which allows her to be irreverent without cheapening the bags.
Check out all the bags from the designer's runway show below, and if you want to secure yours (the best ones tend to sell out very quickly), you're in luck--Moda Operandi has a trunkshow of select pieces from the runway happening right this very minute.
[Photos via Vogue.co.uk]
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