Longchamp breaks its usual style codes with an all-over monogram print that can be seen on fanny packs, unisex options, and more
The fall-winter ready-to-wear collection was the story of a feminine tough girl fond of leather minis and graphic tops and pants.
Longchamp decamped across the Atlantic on Saturday to make their New York Fashion Week debut and celebrate their 70th anniversary by looking to the future, fronted by new brand ambassador
Longchamp’s recently released first Cruise collection ranges from quality ready-to-wear to shoes and eyewear, as well as vibrant bags. These pieces are perfect for the modern, independent woman who knows how to appreciate the Parisian look, and is able to carry it flawlessly on the go— from her travels to her everyday life.
Longchamp (pronounced lohng-shoh) takes inspiration from “strong and independent French girls of the 1970s” for its Fall/Winter 2017 collection of bags.
Time and again, Longchamp has delivered the best of both worlds. Its coming Memphis collection is no different: a step away from the dainty and understated French flair that is often associated with the design house; as elegant, luxurious, and practical as the classic styles from the brand that women love.
Although bag-crazy Filipinos are probably itching to get their hands on Le Pliage Cuir and Le Pliage Heritage—two of the French brand’s latest additions to its growing Le Pliage line—Longchamp’s core customers will always fall back on a well-loved classic like Le Pliage nylon.
Here are 10 fun facts about Le Pliage nylon—the bag that defined and continues to define Longchamp.
“We have to produce it very fast, while making sure of the quality—every single bag has to be one hundred percent perfect.” Guests who visit Longchamp’s atelier can see themselves how it’s done. “You will see it’s done naturally with a lot of experience and expertise.” It’s hard to believe, but according to Séverin, it only takes less than 15 minutes for a craftsman to produce one Pliage bag.