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Handbags with humour: Anya Hindmarch at fashionette

Creativity and humour: These are the characteristics that fashion-conscious ladies associate with the Anya Hindmarch label. Big smilies, striking labels or famous comic figures – there are no no-goes when it comes to Anya Hindmarch bags. Small flap bags with punched-in smilies for a peekaboo design are some of the more restrained varieties. It’s true that you’ll find plain leather models here and there; but these can and should be decorated with the brand’s trendy leather stickers. Why not stick amusing comic hands or animal advertising icons on your own favourite bag? It’s the newest trend and not only on Instagram. Stars like Emma Watson, Alexa Chung and Kate Moss discovered the British label ages ago and adore the unusual styles of Anya Hindmarch. Every bag is unique owing to the many possibilities and who doesn’t long to be the only person to own an exclusive trendy item. Genuine one-offs – Anya Hindmarch bags to design yourself 25 years after establishing the label, Anya Hindmarch can look back on a great success story which hasn’t at all ended yet. Shows at the London Fashion Week and over 40 of her own stores throughout the world are the result of the hard work and well-deserved success that this insider tip among the luxury brands has earned. Regular features in large fashion magazines such as Vogue or Harper’s Bazaar are naturally a part of every season, turning unusual accessories into true must-haves. Would you like even more exceptional design and trendy looks? Then you should take a look at the Nadine Eismann brand. By contrast, Valentino puts a funky-rock slant on things – and that’s trendy at the moment.