The A-listers cult bag you actually can afford

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Emma attending the Second Anniversary of #HeforShe at the @themuseumofmodernart @unwomen Dress by @stellamccartney, the world's first and only vegetarian luxury brand, committed to producing products, collaborations and licensed products that do not use leather, skins, feathers or fur. Instead the brand has spent years developing luxury products using regenerated cashmere, vegetarian leather, wood, recycled fabrics, organic cotton and forest-friendly fabrics. Belt is a ribbon from VV Rouleaux a small shop in London whose owner sources artisansal products from all around the world Jewellery by @moniquepean who is committed to promoting environmental and social responsibility. Each piece is handmade by skilled craftsmen and Monique partners with artisans around the world to support traditional craftsmanship and cultural heritage including the Arctic Circle, Colombia, French Polynesia, Guatemala, Norway, Peru and the Philippines. Monique Pean is a member of the No Dirty Gold campaign (@nodirtygold) and a supporter of the Too Precious to Wear. (@SeaWeb_Coral) campaign. In honour of Earth Day, every April the brand donates proceeds from jewellery sales to Trees for the Future (@Treesftf), which helps communities alleviate poverty, affects positive social change and improves both local and global environments by working with farming communities along environmentally degraded and highly travelled trade corridors. Bag by 2014 CFDA Fashion fund finalist @simonmillerusa. Simon Miller produces the entire women’s collection in the USA in collaboration with organic mills to reduce their impact and conserve water, in addition to working with independently run family mills and artisans in France and Japan. The brand focuses heavily on incorporating OZONE technology in their production, as well as employing ceramic stones in the denim wash processes. Simon Miller donates excess product on a yearly basis to local organisations.

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SIMON MILLER was founded on the principles of Japanese fabrication and modern American craftsmanship. The collection of authentic denim, modern ready-to-wear and leather accessories focuses on textural fabrics and advanced wash treatments, offering a sophisticated, natural ease. The brand draws inspiration from the landscapes of the American Southwest, modernism and the natural outdoors, creating collections that are timeless, crafted, and lived-in. The SIMON MILLER collection is developed between the brand’s New York showroom and Los Angeles headquarter. Both spaces are an expression of the brand’s passion for raw material – juxtaposing industrial concrete with warm aged leathers, wood and faded indigos. In 2014, the SIMON MILLER brand was selected as a finalist for the CFDA Vogue Fasion Fund.


The Bonsai bag is the brand’s definitive cult bag. Simon Miller’s Creative Directors Daniel Corrigan and Chelsea Hansford were inspired by the American Southwest when creating it.

When the sun is setting in Paris, nothing else compares to it – see more on, link in bio #ImWithCharlesKeith

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SIMON MILLER S804 BONSAI by @tommyton #simonmiller #bonsaibag

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SIMON MILLER SS17 by @tommyton #simonmiller #ss17 #nyfw

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