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Fall silhouettes

This Fall look revolves around this white bag I got gifted from the super sweet bag designer Yvette van Eijndhoven. You might’ve seen I visited her studio earlier this week, to see where she works and creates. Yvette started as an interior designer, but took a slightly different direction a few years ago to start make bags. Her collection holds leather bags that are recognisable by their clean cut and simple silhouettes. Durable designs for the long term run, true essentials you can say. Lately she’s experimenting with other fabrics as well, like transparant PVC, mesh, wool and canvas bags like mine. But still manages to maintain the minimalistic silhouettes she’s known for. Oh, and all handmade.

I felt really inspired when I left her atelier in the Gruyterfabriek. I didn’t only took the white canvas bag with me back home, it was filled with her personal stories. I just love it when I get to meet likeminded creatives, sharing the same visions and love for clean aesthetics. It reminds me to appreciate personal contact more, instead of keeping it digital. (most of my collabs are). So hopefully more meet ups like these will follow in the near future.

For now you can see me wearing the bag in three different ways down below. You can hold it like a clutch, fold the edges inside or just go for the classic shopper look. All three of them are super practical, depending on how much stuff you need to carry of course. Interested in becoming an owner of Yvette’s bags as well? Just pop to her instagram page @yvettevaneijndhoven and slide into her DM. Or wait a bit, she will launch her webshop very soon…

Wearing | Jacket: Weekday | Skirt: Uniqlo | Sneakers: New Balance | Bag: Yvette van Eijndhoven | Jewelry: The Boyscouts & Effra