IMAGE: LOUIS VUITON
Louis Vuitton’s Néonoé is, without a doubt, a familiar one. For one, it’s an elevated twist of the ever-iconic Noé bag that has been around since 1932. Two, you might have actually seen the Néonoé out and about on the streets in the past couple of months, as it was released back in March as part of Louis Vuitton’s Spring-Summer 2017 collection.
With a Monogram Canvas body, the Néonoé comes in two mainstay colours (actually more like a trim) in Coquelicot and Noir that jazz up its otherwise mundane body. Then there are the seasonal hues, like Rose Poudre and Yellow that you’ll also find on the bag’s inner lining and strap that was released for SS17.
An interesting bag thanks to its adjustable strap that allows you to wear it in 3 different ways, simply adjust the length via its snap buttons. Move it to its longest and you can carry it across your body, or shorten it up for a completely different look in the form of a shoulder sling/tote. And because the strap is detachable, you can also choose from a wide array of shoulder straps Louis Vuitton sells separately for a totally different look.
Available in a single size, the 26 cm by 22 cm fits just about everything you need for a day out. An easy-to-reach revamped drawstring closure, which comes in the same colour as the bag’s strap and inner microfibre lining, completes the look. Priced at SGD1910, the bags might be currently sold out, but there’s no harm heading down to the boutiques to leave your name on the wait list as you can be sure this good-looking number will be restocked before you know it.
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