Things rarely are what they seem //
Italian accessories brand Bagigia (website here) knows it pretty well //
So it happens that the above pictured rusty-ish little object is not the hot water bottle you might expect //
As soon as you get closer to it, you will find out that it is…a BAG! //
So join leather with steel, Italian design with a quirky funny twist, and you’ll have your next object of desire right in front of you //
In the shape of an irresistible pop accessory, it can be used either as a handbag and a backpack //
Store inside it pencils, a tablet, blocnotes and whatever you need toc arry with you during the day //
Just be preepared not to pass unnoticed… //



Things rarely are what they seem //

Italian accessories brand Bagigia (website here) knows it pretty well //

So it happens that the above pictured rusty-ish little object is not the hot water bottle you might expect //

As soon as you get closer to it, you will find out that it is…a BAG! //

So join leather with steel, Italian design with a quirky funny twist, and you’ll have your next object of desire right in front of you //

In the shape of an irresistible pop accessory, it can be used either as a handbag and a backpack //

Store inside it pencils, a tablet, blocnotes and whatever you need toc arry with you during the day //

Just be preepared not to pass unnoticed… //




Do you remember my previous post about a mysterious guy, wandering through unknown places… carrying a very very nice bag? :) //
Well, it happens that this guy is Stefano Guerrini - fashion editor, blogger and stylist - who was chosen right after fashion blogger Francesca Bibi Pedrazzi as “testimonial 2.0” of NINA co Italian accessories brand //
NINA co’s urban design is characterised by versatile textures, neutral colours and bag sizes that are absolutely perfect for you to carry all things necessary to survive through the day (as well as smaller items such as clutches) //



The philosopy behind NINA co seems to be "do not undervalue the importance of staple accessories" //
That is: be sure to have in your wardrobe (also) a good selection of key pieces free from fashion seasons diktats //
It’s the perfect way not to get bored about your purchases, by mixing up seasonal trends and longer lasting items //



Do you remember my previous post about a mysterious guy, wandering through unknown places… carrying a very very nice bag? :) //

Well, it happens that this guy is Stefano Guerrini - fashion editor, blogger and stylist - who was chosen right after fashion blogger Francesca Bibi Pedrazzi as “testimonial 2.0” of NINA co Italian accessories brand //

NINA co’s urban design is characterised by versatile textures, neutral colours and bag sizes that are absolutely perfect for you to carry all things necessary to survive through the day (as well as smaller items such as clutches) //





The philosopy behind NINA co seems to be "do not undervalue the importance of staple accessories" //

That is: be sure to have in your wardrobe (also) a good selection of key pieces free from fashion seasons diktats //

It’s the perfect way not to get bored about your purchases, by mixing up seasonal trends and longer lasting items //