The most distinctive feature of Furla’s all-new Bellaria Mini Crossbody would be the sturdy double buckle right in front that comes in a gorgeous brass finishing. The two rings bear resemblance to carabiners that are used in climbing – a sport that lends the inspiration to (and led to the eventual creation of) the bag.
Coming in a full leather exterior that has been tanned, a sign of Furla’s progression and consciousness to using a chromium-free method of dyeing bags without the use of harmful chemicals. This results in a vintage-looking leather that’s found over on the flap and body (both front and back), with the sides coming in a softer grained leather. That said, the bag is available in a number of bi-coloured schemes such as Black Onyx, Red Ciliegia and Yellow Ginestra and comes in a compact silhouette that measures 21 cm by 12 cm. It’s also equipped with a pocket on the interior and rear external that allows you to pack all you really need on a good day out.
Priced at SGD695, the Bellaria Mini Crossbody is now available across all Furla Singapore stores, along with other pieces from the label’s Fall-Winter 2018 lineup, such as the Fortuna and the revamped My Piper that were covered here before.
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