I can never have too many Longchamp bags. They truly are a little slice of chic perfection and utterly useful. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of ANDAM (Association Nationale pour le Développement des Arts de la Mode) - whose focus is to recognize and support emerging French fashion talent - the label collaborated with three past winners on limited edition Le Pliage bags: Jeremy Scott, Charles Anastase, and Bless designers Desiree Heiss and Ines Kaag. Our favorite has to be the Bless innovation wherein the bag can literally be folded into itself becoming a leather bracelet. That is some serious fashion meets function action. The sweetness of Anastase's ballet slippers illustration is rather lovely too. And of course, Jeremy went all sorts of loud, fashioning himself as a "nouveau samurai". Like I said, there is no such a thing as too many, so we'll probably just snag all three when they go on sale October 1st.
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