Jump to Main ContentJump to Primary Navigation
Top

The future of fashion? The handbags with six billion design combinations

mon purse.jpg

Australian accessories line Mon Purse recently launched in London and Paris, and promises to give customers the ultimate shopping experience.

The brand, which has a website as well as a concession in Selfridges Oxford Street, offers a customisable collection of handbags, wash bags and phone cases with over six billion possible design combinations.

Here, the Stylist fashion team share the Mon Purse styles they’re relying on to get them through London Fashion Week.


Lucy Reber, fashion editor

Mini Shopper in Charcoal grainy leather with gold monogram

mon purse mini shopper

“A roomy tote bag is a style essential for me; it’s so useful for travelling and carrying around everything that I need for my day. I chose this charcoal hue because it fits in brilliantly with the black/grey/navy colour palette of my wardrobe, but feels subtly different and more modern than my classic black bag. The monogram and handy internal pouch make it extra special.”


Susan Riley, acting editor

Girl on the Go Bucket Bag by Laura Brown in Classic Leopard Spots

mon purse buck bag girl on the go

“The slouchy, off-duty nature of this Girl on the Go really appeals to me. It’s a total multitasker; I love that I can take it on a plane wearing a blazer, but then still use it while I’m away, slung over a utility jacket or shirt dress. Plus, leopard print has become a staple rather than a statement so I know I’ll get my wear out of it.”


Alexandra Fullerton, fashion director

Bowler Bag in Khaki grainy leather with orange side panels and gold monogram

mon purse bowler bag khaki

“I love the slick, elegant feel of a bowler bag and during the shows, when my schedule is bananas, it really help me feel pulled together. I wanted to move away from the dark bags I’d been carrying through winter when I designed my bag and I felt that khaki – a key colour for the spring season – was an easy way to move a little brighter (without scaring me). I loved playing around with different colour combinations on the site and orange was the perfect match for khaki – as well as being my favourite colour.”


Kitty McGee, executive fashion director

Classic Shopper in Navy with gold monogram

mon purse shopper navy

“This slick, minimal shopper is the perfect travel bag – that sought-after hybrid of practical and stylish – and it slots into my existing wardrobe seamlessly. The navy and gold colour combination is so chic and goes with everything. I’m keeping tickets, snacks, phone battery packs and spare flat shoes in it during London Fashion Week and will be using it as hand luggage for the Milan and Paris shows too.”


Related

637391298_copy3_rt.jpg

How the fashion industry is tackling mental ill-health

katy perry kane.jpg

Front row stars at London Fashion Week

4. Barbican - The Vulgar.jpg

What to wear based on the capital's hottest exhibitions

Comments

More

This epic new handbag range is made from pineapple leaves

Vegan fashion that doesn't compromise on style

by Nicola Colyer
26 May 2017

Relax: Amazon’s new wedding shop has arrived

Browse “unique, handcrafted items for your wedding day”

by Anna Brech
26 May 2017

This week's style list: from Annie Warhol to chandelier earrings

Indulge yourself with a treat from our hand-picked edits

by The Stylist web team
25 May 2017

Five items in your wardrobe that were inspired by Cristóbal Balenciaga

Don't know much about him? Look no further...

by Harriet Hall
25 May 2017

Daily outfit inspiration with our look at the best dressed A-listers

Casual dressing ideas from stylish celebrities

25 May 2017

25 unusual accessories to update your wedding wardrobe

Shoes, bags, jewellery and headgear to perk up your one-wear wedding wonders

by Amy Swales
24 May 2017

22 unusual and awesome Father's Day gifts

Stylish, foodie, boozy, outdoorsy: we've got you covered

by Amy Swales
24 May 2017

Summer looks like jeans that turn into shorts

You didn't know these were missing from your life

by Amy Swales
22 May 2017

A closer look at Pippa Middleton’s wedding dress

One of Britain's most celebrated designers, Giles Deacon, created the gown

21 May 2017

The feminist t-shirt everyone’s talking about on Instagram

It’s time to wear your feminist credentials front and centre

by Kayleigh Dray
19 May 2017