The actress is now carrying a trendy bag

The actress is now carrying a trendy bag

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Trend alert! Lily Collins makes a name for itself with a hip bag that makes the hearts of fashion fans beat faster. This means that everyone can wear their own version

Lily Collins not only has a penchant for French fashion in her role as Emily Cooper in “Emily in Paris”. At least that’s what a trendy bag that the actress carried in Los Angeles in mid-December 2021 suggests. This is not just any designer piece, but an absolute cult model with a modern twist from Longchamp, which has a good chance of becoming the new it-bag.

Le Pliage by Longchamp: Lily Collins rocks the new version of the trendy bag

Casual wide-leg jeans and a loose oversized shirt: Actress Lily Collins topped this relaxed look with a real treasure from the past that has been given a modern twist. We are talking about the “Le Pliage”, the foldable trend bag from Longchamp. This is a true classic, designed by Philippe Cassegrain in 1993 and has not lost its importance to this day, but has received a make-over every now and then.

The actress is now carrying a trendy bag

The latest version of the most successful bag from the French designer label is characterized by playful prints, unusual color combinations, and a wealth of facets. It is completely customizable. The “Emily in Paris” star relied on soft tones for his “My Pliage Signature”, namely a symbiosis of beige, pastel pink, and white. Depending on your taste, it can also be more conspicuous. You can refine the bag with a graphic color block style of your choice. Basically, you can determine the color of the main part and the trim on the website, then customize the handle on the zipper, the initials, numbers, and embossing.

My Pliage Signature: Environmentally friendly and affordable design

In addition to the special design, the trend bag from Longchamp also scores with environmental friendliness: the fashion house, headquartered in Paris, uses a printing technique that is supplemented by 100 percent recycled polyester canvas. This fabric was designed with the intention of reusing materials and waste such as plastic bottles. Incidentally, this personalized style, which Lily Collins also loves, is even affordable, usually costs between 210 and 250 euros.

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