When Céline released its Luggage Tote last year,
I remember thinking I had never seen a more beautiful
handbag. Yes, the trapeze shape has been at the forefront of fashion for
the last few seasons, with the angular (and very forgiving) silhouette
popping up on everything from tops to dresses. But the popularity of the geometric shape and structure has recently crossed over to accessories and designers have quickly jumped on board to take the trend to the next level. I've been rocking my 3.1 Phillip Lim for Target mini Pashli since I tore open the package like a crazy person in my driveway before even making it inside. Besides its aesthetic appeal, the trapeze shape gives us hoarders more room to stuff all of our belongings between its structured walls. I love it because of my obsession with architectural details and pursuit of versatile shapes and sizes. Have you been digging the trapeze bag trend this season?