Bao Bao Issey Miyake Bags

For cross-body bags, prism-adorned totes and fully functional feats of design excellence, look no further. This collection of Issey Miyake bags holds all three.

Bao Bao Issey Miyake bags were first debuted in 2000 as part of the Pleats Please collection and instantly earned their place as perennial favourites, thanks to an innovative tessellating formation that gives the bags a curious structured-yet-slouchy shape. Designed and named after the deconstructivist architecture of Bilbao's Guggenheim Museum, the bags echo Issey Miyake's overall design ethos of complementing the form of the wearer's body. Versatile and unmistakable – courtesy of geometric patterns and metallic hues – Bao Bao Issey Miyake's bags are sought after for being long-lasting investment pieces with a touch of creative playfulness.

Just like any design classic, the Bao Bao is given a new lease of life each season with distinct finishes, out-of-the-box shapes and eye-catching tones. In fact, it's the kaleidoscope of bold colours that makes it challenging to pick just one style. Partial to a bit of accessory coordination? There are also folding cardholders, complete with the brand's motif, and polished pouches. Bao Bao Issey Miyake bags have 'futuristic design' written all over them – explore totes in a range of sizes, alongside hand-held and cross-body bags, all set to steal the limelight when combined with pared-back outfits.

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