It bags of the aughties may have been covered in logos and hardware, but these days the influential street-style set is favoring nondescript versions from Celine and Chloé (just take a look at the minimalist arm candy Tommy Ton caught at the shows). Jérôme Dreyfuss is one such master of the quietly chic; we love his bright-green lamb leather Billy bag. It’s the perfect size for toting all your work essentials, and the unexpected color makes it a non-statement piece that still packs plenty of punch. Dreyfuss’ logo is embossed in small lettering on the front, so you can discreetly show your friends when they undoubtedly ask who you’re carrying. Click the image to shop.
It may not be vacation season just yet, but it’s never too early to start strategizing. Where to go, what to pack, what to pack it in? Since backpacks have popped up on runways from Alexander Wang to Chanel the last few seasons, we recommend forgoing your typical duffel in favor of a sporty rucksack. This one from Marc by Marc Jacobs has a very now utilitarian feel, not to mention several handy pockets for stowing your TSA-approved necessities. Click the image to shop.