Néonoé Bucket M52161 Noir Epi Leather 2018

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Detailed Features: Néonoé Bucket M52161 Noir Epi Leather 2018 + bag, handbag, tote, accessories

Néonoé Bucket M52161 Noir Epi Leather 2018 This NéoNoé handbag is crafted of grained Epi leather with smooth leather trim and two eye-catching stripes which bring a fresh feel to the emblematic model. The two-tone stripe, a traversal theme seen on shoes at the Fall 2018 Collection, is a nod to the House’s trunk making and personalization Heritage. The Néonoé bucket bag can be carried over the shoulder with its adjustable strap or by hand, thanks to the removable top handle.
26.0 x 26.0 x 17.5 cm ( length  x height  x width ) 
L 10.2 x H 10.2 x W 6.7 inches
Epi grained cowhide leather
Smooth cowhide leather trim
Microfiber lining
Silver-color hardware
Removable top handle
Closing drawstring
Adjustable removable long strap thanks to press studs
Inside zipped pocket

The small yet practical LV Gucci Néonoé Bucket M52161 Noir Epi Leather 2018 bag is part of Virgil Abloh’s exploration of future fashion: when unzipped the outside gusseted compartment doubles the bag’s capacity. Signed with the metallic rainbow-colored LV Initials, it’s part of the Néonoé Bucket M52161 Noir Epi Leather 2018 capsule collection. A comfortable leather and textile shoulder strap ensures carrying comfort.

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If there’s anything we’ve learned about Rihanna over the years, it’s that nobody throws it back like she does. The musical artist, actress, and trailblazer for inclusive beauty is no stranger to serving memorable looks including but not limited to the sheer Adam Selman Swarovski dress Rihanna wore to accept her CFDA Fashion Icon of the Year award in 2014 and several Met Gala hits like the 2015 Guo Pei omelette yellow gown and her glittering, jewel-encrusted John Galliano moment as a Met Gala co-host in 2018. Rihanna has never been one to shy away from playing with over-the-top looks, and like any fashion girl worth her salt, she frequently taps into a versatile and seemingly never-ending vault of hard-to-find vintage pieces.

Rihanna was recently photographed wearing vintage low-rise Spring/Summer 1999 Gucci jeans in a cropped length, feathered to perfection, and paired with a matching oversized fur hat. The singer has graced the streets with everything from vintage Moschino to vintage Chanel to vintage Dior so it’s only natural that there are accounts like @rihannadailystyle that give fashion-hungry fans the inside scoop on how to recreate her looks. These particularly rare jeans are valued at over $15,000 and are an ode to Gucci helmed by Tom Ford in the 1990s.

Tom Ford spent time with the brand in the 90’s quickly rising through the Gucci ranks and the result of his tenure as creative director was an unpredictable amalgamation of cutouts, sensual fabrics, and controversial aesthetic choices. As Ford’s personal muse, our own Carine offered instrumental inspiration and consulting for the 90’s era of the Gucci brand. Although Ford departed from Gucci in 2004 after the Pinault Printemps Redoute (now Kering) buyout, the pair created an irreverent, sexy image for the brand that still resonates with us today — shown clearly by Rihanna paying homage to the distinctive era through an archival peak into her extensive wardrobe.


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