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Bag Lady Bliss

As the country slowly begins to re-open from the lockdown, we’re all emerging from our caves. It’s time to get out of those well-worn leggings and hoodies and put on something a little more appropriate for the outside world.

If you’re scrambling for something stunning to update your winter wardrobe, we have good news for you! The brand-new LV Pont 9 shoulder bag is Louis Vuitton’s latest embodiment of effortless Parisian chic and the ideal accessory to take your look from drab to fab. Instead of investing in many different items for the season, the Pont 9 does it all with any outfit.

“The bag’s refined, rounded design is brought to life in smooth, lightly padded calfskin and finishes with the exclusive Louis Vuitton Circle, a 1930s archive logo reinterpreted by Nicolas Ghesquière, the House’s Artistic Director of Women’s Collections, and used on both the bag’s flap – as a closure – and strap,” says the brand.


After months of indoor blues, this piece if luxury is guaranteed to restore your spirits and your style. According to the brand, the shoulder bag is  “contemporary, yet instantly classic and superbly crafted – an enchanting addition to Louis Vuitton’s 150-year tradition of innovative leather goods”.

Bucking the trend of dark, sombre winter shades, the bags come in a wide variety of vibrant colours and will undoubtedly boost your mood.

“Alongside the understated and elegant Noir and delicate Crème is a palette of more vibrant tones: deep, sunset-like Summer Gold, feminine and vibrant Rose Dahlia and soft and dreamy Bleu Orange,” says the brand.

The first release of the house’s new LV Pont 9 leather line, the bag features a smart design with two compartments and two practical pockets. Go out and treat yourself to a post-lockdown piece of bliss – you deserve it!

The bag is available from both Cape Town and Johannesburg stores.

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Zimela has been a multimedia content producer and writer for 10 years and an “insufferable feminist” for six. When she’s not battling writer’s block, you’ll find her practising the ukulele or watching documentaries on Netflix.
Zukiswa Zimela