Piece of the Week: The See by Chloe Travel Bag
May 1st is the official International Workers’ holiday. This year it just happens to fall on a Monday, meaning a three-day weekend is just a few days away for many people around the globe. For all of you lucky ones who plan to take full advantage of this fact we have found the perfect weekend travel bag to get you to your vacation destination in style.
The new duffel shaped, pineapple or sunset embroidered, satin bag from See by Chloé is imbued with a tropical getaway energy. The pineapple motif has been a Chloé hallmark since the days when Stella McCartney was designing the main line for the house. While the glowing sun version acts as a backdrop to a pair of palm-trees for a picture perfect postcard image that immediately transports anyone looking at it to some far flung sun-drenched exotic location. The bag, with its navy and white striped grosgrain straps, is the perfect size for a weekend getaway. And afterwards, it can double as a gym bag when making numerous trips to the gym becomes a post-vacation necessity to work off all those newly acquired holiday pounds.
But it’s not the only See by Chloé accessory this season that featured the inviting sun, pineapple and palm tree imagery. The brand also has it adorning a matching navy backpack and beige linen tote. The slightly 70s vibe of these accessories only makes them that much more covetable. And they will finish off any casual weekend wear with a bit of retro attitude.
Matchesfashion.com is carrying all three of these “day at the beach” accessories. But they are selling out fast. And if you want to see more of the See by Chloé collection all you have to do is log into Radar.
Jessica Michault is the Senior Vice President of industry relations at GPS Radar by Launchmetrics. She is also the editor-at-large for ODDA magazine and contributes to publications like the New York Times, the Business of Fashion, Vogue, Harper's Bazaar and Mixte magazine.
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