Bella Hadid’s love of vintage fashion is showing no signs of fading, with the model taking her rare bag collection with her to Milan Fashion Week. First, there was the Chanel On The Pavements graffiti messenger bag from spring/summer 2015, which Hadid has been spotted with on a number of occasions, including during fashion month last season.
Today, the vintage obsessive stepped out with her limited-edition Louis Vuitton X Richard Prince ombre monogram bag from Marc Jacobs’s spring/summer 2008 collection, featuring jokes spray-printed onto the design. Paired with her khaki coat and autumnal knitwear, it added a flash of colour to her tonal look.
It’s a piece that’s typical of Hadid’s trophy bag collection: rather than simply sticking to the classics – say a Hermès Birkin or a Dior saddle bag – she opts for collectors’ items that can add an off-beat edge to any look. Other favourites in the model’s vast archives include a Prada cheetah pony bag, as well as a Louis Vuitton X Takashi Murakami Panda Trotteur Pochette and a Chanel shopper tote bag.
With the model also recently sporting a Junya Watanabe denim dress dating back to 2002 during New York Fashion Week (a big hit in the Vogue office), we can’t wait to see what other vintage pieces she’s got up her sleeve next.