We’ve previously explored 5 designer bag icons we all need in our lives but let’s not forget to celebrate British design.  There are so many great options that we’ve had to be strict with ourselves.

We’re excited to share our selection of 5 British bag icons with you:

  1. Jimmy Choo Tube Clutch – a tube shaped clutch which has been made in a number of colours, materials and finishes

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    Jimmy Tube Leopard Print Tube Bag
  2. Lulu Guinness Lips Clutch – inspired by Lulu’s trademark red lips this lip-shaped statement clutch has been made in a number of colours, materials and finishes

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    Lulu Guinness Lips Clutch at Borough Market, London
  3. Smythson Nancy Zip Bag – a distinctive silhouette in ruched leather with a zipper fastening and double straps so it can be carried as a tote or shoulder bag

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    Smythson Nancy Zip Bag at Neal’s Yard, London
  4. Mulberry Lily – understated elegance accented with the brand’s signature postman’s lock and with adjustable straps that can be worn at 2 lengths

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    Mulberry Medium Lily
  5. Charlotte Olympia Pandora – “inspired by the bygone era of Hollywood glamour” the perspex box clutch is available in numerous colours with pretty detailing which often includes the classic spider fastening

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    Charlotte Olympia Clutch in Union Street Cafe, London

 

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