Maison Margiela Backpacks For Women
Maison Margiela's structured backpack is a refined choice for your new-season accessories this AW17. Presented in hard-wearing grey calf leather, this Maison Margiela backpack features a handy top handle so it can also be worn as a tote. Fastening with a drawstring closure and detailed with a front slip pocket, this Maison Margiela backpack is finished with the label's signature 'ghost' quad stitching.
Suede and buffed leather backpack in grey. Carry handle at top. Adjustable shoulder straps. Signature white stitches and leather ID holder at back face. Expansion panel with press-stud fastenings at base. Drawstring at throat. Logo patch and patch pocket at black suede interior. Gold-tone hardware. Tonal stitching. Approx. 15 length x 14.5 height x 6 width.
Pre-order this style today! Add to Shopping Bag to view approximate ship date. You'll be charged only when your item ships.Maison Margiela's iconic four stitches detail an Italian-crafted minimalist backpack shaped from panels of supple calfskin leather punctuated with U-shaped cutouts. Style Name:Maison Margiela Calfskin Leather Backpack. Style Number: 5510437. Available in stores.
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Maison Margiela Bucket Backpack in Gray. Nubuck leather with fabric lining and brushed gold-tone hardware. Made in Italy. Measures approx 10W x 14H x 6D. Handle measures approx 11.5 in length with a 4 drop. Adjustable leather shoulder strap. Drawstring opening. Interior pocket. Snap button gusset along bottomConvertible styling. MMAR-WY55. SY0760. About the designer: After graduating from Antwerp's Royal Academy of Fine Arts, where he studied alongside the Antwerp Six, Belgian designer Martin Margiela went on to work with several notable designers, including Jean Paul Gaultier, before establishing his eponymous line in 1989. Known for keeping an extremely low profile, Margiela is noted for his avant-garde approach to fashion and art of deconstruction. Although Margiela no longer actively heads the company, the line continues to push the boundaries of contemporary fashion.