The five designer handbags everyone wore at London Fashion Week

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  • London Fashion Week may be over for another season, but the sartorial inspiration will go in the months to come.

    As usual, the urban style ensemble is our first port of call when it comes to what trends we can wear now, and they’re especially helpful in showing us in which accessories, namely designer handbags, are worth shopping for. worth investing.

    Having been to shows for four consecutive days, I can tell you that there are five handbags that you will undoubtedly see a lot more of this season…

    The Jacquemus Le Chiquito Long Tote (£460)

    While not new, Le Chiquito by Jacquemus is still a fashion week staple – see the main image for this article. The long leather tote is a much more portable take on its iconic micro predecessor, and looks great in pap shots. It’s a win-win.

    JACQUEMUS Le Chiquito long tote in leather – £460 at Net-A-Porter
    What it lacks in size, Jacquemus’ Le Chiquito bag makes up for in icon status. This “Long” version is crafted from supple leather and features a curved handle inspired by sculpture and pottery.

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    The Loewe Cubi Anagram Bag (£850)

    (Photo by Neil Mockford/Getty Images)

    There will always be room for Loewe’s iconic Flamenco and Puzzle bags, but this season it’s all about the Cubi. Coming in an array of colors, the navy version below seems to have grabbed everyone’s attention, including this well-groomed guest outside the Preen by Thornton Bregazzi show at Heaven.

    LOEWE Cubi Anagram Small leather-trimmed logo-jacquard tote – £850 at Net-A-Porter
    Jonathan Anderson always updates Loewe’s list of coveted bags in signature style. The bold Cubi Anagram handbag is jacquard-woven and adorned with the house’s recognizable logo edged in supple leather.

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    The Mulberry softie, £1,350

    (Photo credit: Phil Oh)

    When Mulberry releases a new style, it’s a big deal. For example, the new softie collection. Launching just this month, it’s already taken the world of influencers and publishers by storm, and I couldn’t help but see it on the cobbles of London. It comes in different sizes and colors, but I have a soft spot for the large red softie tote.

    Pillow Big Softie Coral Orange Nappa – £1,350 at Mulberry
    Referencing some of Mulberry’s most recognizable and beloved codes, the Big Softie tote incorporates iconic design touchpoints including the iconic Postman’s Lock case. The bag’s quilted design directly replicates the beloved braid pattern on the handle of the cult Mulberry Alexa bag, marking this new collection as a playful celebration of Mulberry’s heritage.

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    The Prada Cleo Embellished Shoulder Bag (£2,600)

    (Photo by Christian Vierig/Getty Images)

    Once you get past the exorbitant price tag, you can’t help but fall in love with the rhinestone iteration of Prada’s now cult Cleo bag. It’s beautifully decadent and understandably very Instagram-friendly.

    PRADA Cleo embellished shoulder bag – £2,600 at Selfridges
    Adjustable shoulder strap, silver branded hardware, enameled metal brand plaque to the front, all-over gemstone embellishments, one main compartment, enameled metal brand plaque to the interior, fully lined.

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    The Bottega Jodie mini (£1,710)

    Again, this is by no means a new style, but you can’t argue with the popularity of mini Jodie. I spotted at least five attendees wearing this green version of the eye-catching line.

    BOTTEGA VENETA The Jodie mini intrecciato leather clutch – £1,710 at MatchesFashion
    Crafted in vibrant green leather, Bottega Veneta’s ‘Jodie’ mini clutch is crafted using the label’s signature Intrecciato weave for a curved silhouette.

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