Tuesday, 5 May 2009

The Material Boy #275


Below: Large Buffalo Leather Tote in Black or Brown with shoulder strap (Euro $1450)







Below: Grey Printed Croc Skin Large Leather Shopper with transforming handles to a shoulder strap (Euro $1050)


Below: Large Suede Shopper with blanket stitch trimmings in Antelope or Loden (Euro $950)




Below: Crocodile Skin Travel Bag in Black (Euro $21,500)




Below: Small Camouflage Print Travel Duffel ( Euro $855)




Below: His muscular arms makes me hyper ventilate...


Trussardi 1911 Men's Bags Spring Summer 2009

When a long time luxury brand needs an uplift to make it relevant again, you engage new talent with a forward creative vision to take it to new heights. That is what Trussardi 1911 has done when they engaged very stylish Milan Vukmirovic (one of the most sexiest man alive in my books) to helm the brand. Having worked on Jil Sander and Gucci and also being responsible for french style bible L'Officiel Homme magazine, this man has impeccable taste. And this flair for style shows in his collections for Trussardi's Spring Summer 2009 men's collection.

Here are some amazing bags that I am drooling over. From large leather 'saddle shape' (Gucci lookalike) totes with refined brass hardware to croc skin shopper/travel bag and suede totes with blanket stitch trimmings, these bags definitely spells savvy and discerning for the modern fashionisto.

Enjoy and be 'seduced'!

Source: Trussardi 1911

8 comments:

p76 said...

oh man! love the camouflaged one.

Kevin and myMANybags said...

It's like the LV monogramouflage keepall..except less loud:-) I love it too!

Allan said...

I love Milan! So yum!

Anonymous said...

The first one looks like your Python Gucci bag !? I like it

Kevin and myMANybags said...

Indeed it does!:-P

yui said...

Hi! I'm behind you.
Good luck!

deluxeduck said...

a bitt to exxy for Trussardi i think. most of these bags seem very "inspired" by other brands. Gucci Pelham? YSL Rivoli? not to mention the LV Mono'flage Keepall.

Kevin and myMANybags said...

I think there is still merit on these bags. I love the more understated approach. Less mass looking than the brands you mentioned. Of course, YSL exempted:-P