These “Logo Redux” Styles Put a Fresh Spin on Logo Bags
There’s no denying that logomania has taken over the fashion scene. The look shows no signs of stopping–but your obsession with cult-classic logo bags may have caused you to overlook logomania’s trendy little sister: logo redux.
If you’re wondering what “logo redux” means, exactly, don’t worry. Online style authority The Zoe Report explains it all: they say that the micro-trend involves “sporty direction and modernized emblems as well as athletic-inspired silhouettes,” and add that “for fall, it’s all about a redux.” In other words, now’s the time to stock up on reworked versions of your favorite luxury logos.
If your style is on the sporty side, look no further than Fendi’s Calfskin Fila Logo Mania Kan I Shoulder Bag ($2,495). Its sporty bold logo, featuring the brand’s signature Zucca print, is complemented by the sophisticated structure of the bag. Another option is Dior’s Calfskin J’Adior Chain Flap Bag Black ($2,075), featuring a bold fashion-forward gold logo.
Love the 80’s? Gucci’s Mini Guccy Shoulder Bag Gold ($1,095) has “GUCCY” printed across the center of the bag using the “Sega” video game lettering as an homage to the decade. Maybe racing is more your thing, Prada’s Saffiano City Calfskin Logo Printed Elektra Shoulder Bag ($1,995) is evocative of Formula One style logos. Those with more minimal tendencies should check out Chanel’s Denim Deauville Bowling Bag Dark Blue ($1,995), with its rolled leather top handles and denim look, this bag is the essence of elevated casual.
Finally, these redux logos are positively museum-worthy: Gucci’s Guccighost ($1,680) showcases neon graffiti, Fendi’s Embossed Mon Tresor Bucket Bag ($2,195) features the stamped Zucca print, and Dior’s Oblique Book Tote ($2,995) has a logo look reminiscent of the 90’s.
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