I’ve always loved the bucket bag
and I don’t think they’ve ever really gone out of style. Although right now it’s very “of the moment” and most designers seem to feature one.
A friend of mine just bought one in a very neutral shade in between white and beige but now she’s not sure whether she wants to keep it. Maybe after seeing these she’ll change her mind.
The timeless Noé bucket bag, created in 1932, has been reimagined sporting the original’s signature leather drawstring, as well as an extra-long strap for casual cross-body wear.
Do you have a favourite?
is a champagne carryall – the Louis Vuitton iconic Noé bucket bag which has just been re-released in various shades of leather and monogram canvas.
In 1932, a Champagne vintner commissioned Louis Vuitton to design a carryall for his precious wares and voilà – the original Noé bag was born. The result – a simple leather bucket bag that safely and stylishly housed five bottles of champagne – four upright and a fifth place upside down in the middle. Now I know why I always loved this bag!
The bag came to represent the free-spirited, effervescent lifestyle of liberated women.
Now, 81 years later, and available starting this month you can find the pint size version – the Noé BB, more suited to the bare essentials – and room enough for a Veuve Clicquot mini or Sofia Coppola blanc de blanc, possibly both.
As seen in marie claire magazine.