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Thursday, August 7, 2008

Lanvin Partage Sac


It's been awhile since I reviewed a Lanvin bag, but this designer label, under the watchful and discerning eye of artistic director Alber Elbaz, never disappoints. The Partage Sac caught my attention immediately and for good reason. At first glance this bag looks like two handbags in one, but it's only a clever illusion. The first "handbag" is actually a rather large front pocket which features a toggle closure. The second "tote bag" is the larger 14 x 13 x 4 zipped top main sac which sports a fully-lined interior, leather zip pocket and handy key fob. The leather/chain top handles can be easily adjusted to a single shoulder strap as on most Lanvin bags. And, no, these two compartments are not detachable. It's only portioned to look like two bags, hence the name Partage.

I love the 'Partage's' design. It's stylish, creative and very practical. The $2200 price tag is a bit steep for a leather bag, but it's Lanvin. Enough said.

Available in black (pictured) or olive leather via Barneys NY

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