The Celine mini belt tote in black pebbled calfskin is one of the brand's emblematic pieces, a timeless bag that was reinterpreted to fit the millennial strong and powerful woman, but with a touch of glamour.
The luxurious yet effortlessly chic and minimalistic look of this bag turned the piece into a worldwide frenzy ever since its first appearance, in 2014's pre-fall collection. And, having to stand against its famous trapeze bag sister, this particular Celine bag is the ultimate fashion design piece each woman must own.
Manufactured from soft pebbled calfskin, this particular piece is a day-round beauty, perfect for businesswomen, fashionistas, or simple and elegant women worldwide. Its quite generous dimensions (27 cm in width, 22 in height and 18 in diameter) transform the Celine belt bag into an everyday carrier, roomy enough to store all essentials and a little extra. You can even fit a pair of stiletto shoes for a night event if you don’t have enough time to change your outfit, but is also efficient to carry around your daily notebooks and books if you are still in school.
Some other details of this amazing handbag feature a minimalistic design embellished with two long straps almost looking like tentacles. The removable shoulder strap makes the bag perfect to be worn both on your shoulders and, for a more classic look, in your hands. The expanded lateral sides are specifically designed to hold even more of your belongings, ingeniously introducing more space without damaging the appearance of the bag.
Starting out as a made-to-measure children’s shoe business, the Celine brand is currently one of the most reputed fashion luxury trendsetters in the entire world. The French exclusivist brand is owned by the large LVMH group and was founded more than 70 years ago, in Paris. But, what started out as a children’s business, soon focused on bringing ready to wear clothing with a touch of sports and elegance to a whole new level. Similar to another luxury English brand, Burberry, Celine’s iconic product became the trench. Soon after, it was followed by an entire line of accessories and even fragrances which wooed the entire world and established the brand’s reputation until the current days. The company’s rebranding reached its peak in the 1970s when the former red elephant logo was replaced by a simple "C" intertwined.
The French exclusivist brand now owns one hundred stores worldwide and its main focus in the fashion industry has been put on designing chic, statement bags worn by celebrities and fashionistas worldwide.
W27 x H22 x D18 (cm)
W10.6 x H8.7 x D7.1 (inch)