Logos, prints, and woven bags abounded
If you really hate the logo-heavy trends of recent seasons, I have some bad news for you: Based on the Spring 2019 collections of most of the biggest accessories brands that have debuted over the past few weeks, logos aren't leaving stores soon. On the recent Paris runways, that felt especially true. Not only were Louis Vuitton's lines as full of LVs and Cs as they usually are, but brands like Celine and Stella McCartney debuted new logo hardware or fabrics, and Chloé doubled down on the C-heavy designs it introduced for Resort 2019.
Although logos were the most dominant trend, they weren't the only thing to be found in Spring 2019's Parisian bags. There were some pretty, offbeat prints, as well as some clear influence from indie designers that have found success with sleek minimalism amid the traditional industry's obsessive affair with maximalism. Check out our favorite bags from the week below.
[Photos via Vogue Runway]
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