This season many designers looked to reinterpret their iconic bag designs with new fabrics, motifs and monograms.
The 1970s trend continued to reign supreme, with designers accenting their collection with the decade’s typical styles. Burberry’s bucket bags were reinvented this season with layers of suede fringing in a wash of burnt colours. Emilio Pucci finished its long saddlebags with layers of heavy-duty fringing. Animal prints were another popular bag trend for AW15, with numerous labels choosing to emblazon their collection with various skins. Dolce & Gabbana, Miu Miu and Prada all injected reptile skins into their accessories lines, hinting at one of the biggest trends of the season.
Those looking for something slightly more unusual should take a look at Loewe, Anya Hindmarch and Marc Jacobs, whose combination of graphic shapes, prints and furry bags is sure to make a statement this season.
Whatever you are looking for, our list of the cult bag trends sure to take over autumn/winter 2015 covers all the bases.