There are rarely any shocking surprises when it comes to what walks down the Gucci runway these days. Alessandro Michele has not only revolutionized the industry, making fashion more gender inclusive than ever before, but he has embraced the extraordinary. This season, models walked the runway carrying everything from sneakers and jackets to hairbrushes and plastic bags. Then, there were the spiked masks, both worn by models and hand carried by them as well. Despite the weird, wacky and downright oddities of the show, models still carried and wore plenty of bags for us to fawn over.
New versions of the Rajah Tote, appeared alongside structured flap bags and a top handle duffle-type bag in what appeared to be smooth leather. A new design of the Gucci Sylvie was also shown in black patent leather with all gold hardware. Most notably, Gucci introduced a structured flap bag with a top handle, which was wrapped in silk. The bag popped up in velvet and what appeared to be some sort of textured leather. A flap closure with Gucci’s iconic GG embellished hardware inside of a metal ring finished this new runway style.