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IT Items & Trends

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To the Moon and Back

…that is how much we adore Staud’s latest style!

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Bowie & Moon

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first of many outfits today😬➰

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Brando & Moon

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Ever since 2015, when the Insta-cool brand first launched, Staud has become famous for its quirky yet classic bags. From its cylindrical Bissett, Britt, and Moreau, to its mock-croc Alice and Nic, Staud’s hit bags have been completely dominating our feeds. Once again, Staud has managed to capture everyone’s attention (and likes!) with its latest style: the Moon Bag. New this autumn, we predict influencers, editors, and celebs alike will be mooning over it (pun intended) well through winter.

The bag’s name alludes to its distinctive silhouette. Shaped like a crescent, which is outfitted with a curved handle, the Moon Bag is just as architectural as the rest of the brand’s range. It is finished with suede interior lining and a magnetic clasp closure. For now, the Moon Bag is offered in 6 colors and 3 materials – all perfectly decadent for the season. (We simply cannot decide between the raspberry leather and caramel snakeskin!) Accessibly priced from $295 to $395, at least compared to Staud’s haute couture competitors, a bag like this only comes around once in a blue moon!

Style yours with an oversized camel coat and a pair of chunky combat boots, and rest it in the crook of your arm or snug under your shoulder. Now, if you will excuse us while we queue Frank Sinatra’s “Fly Me to the Moon”.

Cover photography by: Edward Berthelot/Getty Images

Edited by : Anna Villani

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