Kate Moss handbags for Longchamp: first look

Hot on the heels of the news that Kate Moss would design for Longchamp comes the first look at one of the handbags from the collection.

Kate Moss Longchamp

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The picture comes courtesy of Vogue Paris’ February 2010 issue.

The emerald green pochette, whose color I love, I wanted to be very simple, based on the shape of an envelope. I would wear it with all black or all navy. Because I love to wear dove grey, I wanted a bag in that color to go with my grey jeans. The zebra was inspired by an old pony printed valise from the ’70s that my boyfriend [Jamie Hince] brought back from San Francisco, very dry, very trashed, without any glamour, and which I loved. As for the bags in cognac leather, it’s a color and a very supple leather that we found in equestrian accessories stores, and we unfortunately can no longer find.

Via fashionologie.

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