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The Style List: 30 luxury new-season shoes and bags

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Helen Atkin
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Something on this week’s Style List caught your eye?

We’ve saved you the stress of heading to the shops: simply click on an item in the gallery below, and shop the full list from the comfort of your computer – or bookmark the ones not online yet.

Stick to it

Riccardo Tisci brought a light touch to his first Burberry show with tape-wrapped courts.

£550, burberry.com (not available online yet)

Day and night

Glide to lunch, brunch or dinner in these Stuart Weitzman sandals and cropped jeans.

£355, stuartweitzman.com (not available online yet)

To the point 

Florals needn’t only be for dresses; Alexander McQueen’s boots offer a new take.

£1,190, alexandermcqueen.com (not available online yet)

Super stripes 

Rejina Pyo sent models down the catwalk in candy-striped mules ideal for work or play.

£440, rejinapyo.com (not available online yet)

Strapped in 

By Far is one label nailing s/s 2019’s biggest shoe trend: the minimal sandal.

£410, byfar.com (not available online yet)

Sunny spell

Diesel adds sunshine to your summer with these optimistically bright court shoes.

£175, diesel.com (not available online yet)

First position 

Dior’s ballet-inspired show saw feet adorned with ribbons. These print sandals won our hearts.

£460, dior.com (not available online yet) 

Show-stopper

These Tabitha Simmons for Brock Collection heels have us dreaming of a heatwave.

£575, tabithasimmons.com (not available online yet)

Floral flourish 

Try a subtle take on Marc Jacobs’ oversized accents with these embellished beauties.

£898, marcjacobs.com (not available online yet) 

Ruffle feathers 

Not all feathers are floaty and feminine, these studded sandals toughen things up.

£815, valentino.com (not available online yet)

Take action 

Wear these practical- yet-cool Tommy Jeans flats with mixed-print separates all season.

£80, tommy.com (not available online yet)

Higher purpose 

Miu Miu’s chunky platform sandals are given a delicate touch with pearl detailing.

£700, miumiu.com

Art attack 

Covered in an abstract spot print, you can’t miss Gucci’s platform loafers.

£705, gucci.com (not available online yet)

Mixed media

With chunky soles and woven straps, these and a white dress are a perfect pairing.

£370, albertaferretti.com (not available online yet) 

Square up

Pastels are still going strong for s/s 2019 – wear these Mulberry heels with a muted suit.

£560, mulberry.com

Net worth 

Pair this woven tote with all black to channel the dark tonal trend on the summer catwalks.

£85, dkny.com (not available online yet)

Star-spangled 

Get a piece of Anthony Vaccarello’s American flag-inspired collection for Saint Laurent.

£1,110, ysl.com

Weave in 

Kate Spade have woven their logo to create this bright bucket bag.

£395, katespade.com (not available online yet)

On the edge

With some heavy-duty hardware, Hedi Slimane has added edge to the classic quilted bag.

£1,850, celine.com ( not available online yet)

Warm front

Brighten up your minimal separates with this vibrant dip-dye bag from Chloé.

£1,165, chloe.com

High brow

Wear a belt bag high on your waist this season over a printed dress.

£368, thekooples.com (not available online yet)

Craft work 

Loewe has supersized the macramé and raffia trend with this woven wonder.

price on request, loewe.com (not available online yet)

Colour pop 

Tie-dye is making a comeback – give a chic nod to the trend with Prada’s Sidonie bag.

£2,350, prada.com (not available online yet) 

Retail therapy 

The doctor’s bag is given a fresh look in dusky pink, courtesy of Max Mara.

£1,140, maxmara.com

Inner circle 

The boho tassel gets a grown-up makeover on this elegant round- handle bag.

£355, longchamp.com

Twice as nice

Chanel’s double bag is ready for lolling on the beach and stomping around the city. 

£4,120, chanel.com (not available online yet) 

In with the old 

Carrie Bradshaw’s infamous Fendi Baguette has been reworked for 2019.

£1,690, fendi.com

Print clash 

Space age patterns ensure Louis Vuitton’s bag will stand out from the crowd.

£2,450, louisvuitton.com (not available online yet)

Logo mania 

Guess’s patterned mini bag looks best worn with a plain white T-shirt for maximum effect.

£85, guess.eu (not available online yet)

Easy over

Sling this understated Tory Burch bag over your shoulder for easy Seventies style.

£655, toryburch.com (not available online yet)

Images: Courtesy of brands 

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