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Bag brand LeSportsac’s latest collection has the French label Manoush’s eclectic vibe. Manoush, which was founded by Frédérique Trou-Roy, is known for its off-kilter designs that would certainly give a unique touch to any ensemble.

With this collaboration, LeSportsac goes gypsy-chic with gargantuan ruffles, a heavy dose of sequins, dainty roses, and cool ripstop nylon.

The Fall 2012 collection, which will continue through the end of Summer 2013, features gypsy rose and bohème fleur prints, and three fabrics: black hamsa Manoush embroidery, metallic gold, and pink hamsa Manoush quilting on handbags, carryalls, totes, cross-body bags, small goods, and tech pieces.

On this spread, see how you can take this pretty arm candy from day to night with some on-trend styling.

LeSportsac is at Greenbelt 5, Rustan’s Makati, and Rustan’s Alabang Town Center.

Ruff it up

 

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Top off a tutu dress with an equally frilly clutch, and slip into spiked peep-toe shoes for a girly but tough look.

TUTU dress, Disenador de Moda (www.facebook.com/

disenador.demoda); shoes, Zara; Bisous clutch

Lady in red

Photo: cit-lesportsac 2

Opt for a deeper shade of red, and keep the look interesting by pairing printed trousers with a lace blouse; a black cross-body bag with gold trimming tames the look.

LACE blouse, button-down shirt, printed trousers and booties, all from Zara; Chou Chou cross-body bag

Preppy pairing

Photo: cit-lesportsac 3

Studded loafers and a structured bag add a modern appeal to the usual schoolgirl garb.

BLAZER with elbow patch, black shorts, button-down shirt and studded loafers, all from Zara; Petite Gypsy bag with bow in Manoush embroidery print

Royal treatment

Photo: cit-lesportsac 4

A statement-making tote goes perfectly with an understated ensemble.

BLOUSE with leather sleeves, skirt and booties, all from Zara; Lapin tote

Shine on

Photo: cit-lesportsac

Mix two holiday staples (sequins and lustrous leather) and add a checkered button-down shirt for a laid-back look.

LEATHER skirt, plaid shirt and sandals, all from Zara; La Boheme cross-body bag with sequins

Photos by Mark Ches Ang

Styling by Carmencita S. Sioson

Model Pauline Prieto

Makeup by Mayesa Delos Santos

Hairstyle by Genstein Yuzon

All bags from LeSportsac


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