While a number of luxury fashion houses are undergoing radical changes, Chloé is pretty much keeping everything intact with Natacha Ramsay-Levi at the helm. She has kept a focus on driving the house further forward, expanding the boundaries of the label created by a woman for the woman, and in so doing introduced several gorgeous bags in her runway shows that are still very much in line with Chloé’s DNA.
What started out as a day bag sees the Roy family expanding to include an all-new bucket version that retains the very essence of the original. Two oversized O rings on either side, a single top handle, and a longer strap that all-in-all hits the right notes on both form and function. The Roy Bucket Bag can be accessed via a drawstring bag within that keeps your items safe within the roomy interior, and is currently available in two sizes, a Small and a Mini.
Today, the focus is on the Mini Roy Bucket Bag, specifically the Fall-Winter 2018 version that comes with the horse-motif embroidery. Measuring 20 cm wide and 17 cm high, the bucket bag can be carried in one of three ways – like a mini handbag via the top handle, slung over the shoulder, or adjust the removable longer strap to carry it across the body for a chic hands-free look.
The two bags shown above both come with horse embroidery but are slightly different from the other. One comes in a classic Dark Blue exterior with gold horses (SGD2570), while the other features a mix of the horse embroidery with the debossed Baroque C motif upper for those that prefer an edgier piece. Where? You can find the Roy, along with other bags like the Drew Bijou and Tess from Chloe’s Fall-Winter 2018 collection, at the brand’s standalone boutique at Marina Bay Sands now.