Hermes Lindy Bags

Focus On Milano: Accessible Luxury Hermes Lindy Bags

Geometric and soft, clean and precious, elegant, but with character. The handbags designed by SALAR are made of oxymorons, primarily multicultural, from the two designers, Salar and Francesca. He is Mexican, she from Puglia, and following training at the Polytechnic in Milan, Mexico City and the Bauhaus in Weimar, they launched their brand of luxury accessories in 2015.

Geometric and soft, neat and precious, elegant, however with character. The handbags created by SALAR are constructed with oxymorons, mainly multicultural, in the two designers, Salar and Francesca. He’s Mexican, she from Puglia, and following training in the Polytechnic in Milan, Mexico City and also the Bauhaus in Weimar, they released their make of luxury add-ons in 2015.

Hermes Lindy Bags

This Creative union arising from a shared mission: to create precious bags (Hand-Made in Italy), with a high fashion content, to offer at competitive prices. This formula takes SALAR bags to the best boutiques in the world (in Italy, USA, Japan, Russia,etc), they have been featured in the most prestigious fashion magazines (like Vogue Italia, Elle Mexico & Russia, Estnation Japan,etc.) and they are usually worn by several Fashion Trendsetters.

The style of SALAR is dedicated to a feminine yest aggressive woman, romantic but dark, chic but with a rock soul, a woman that wants to find her character contrasts in the style of the bag that she wears. A bag that leaves a mark as well as personality.

The New Fall/Winter 2013-14 is influenced by the art movements emerged in the early ‘900 where artists were seeking for new ways of expressions and materials.

Following this inspiration, the Salar FW 13-14 features several new models and the best sellers bags are presented in a new style: Juni is enhanced by the handle in python; Super comes back in coloured leather (such as bloody red) or London in smokey gray with the photoluminescent edges; Gertrud has a floral pattern that alludes to the streets painted by Paul Klee or the Dutch landscapes stylized by Mondrian, where warm colors are invaded by a blue light; Grete, Gunta, Anie, Margarete look like objects used by early anthropologists or camera containers that are turned into little gems thanks to the use of fine leathers (such as horse) or python.

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