Ever since I was introduced to online shopping, my notion of window shopping has completely evolved into a digital emporium of endless discovery. On this day, as I was doing my usual ‘window’ online browsing I accidentally came across this beautiful Pierre Hardy tote bag at The Corner and I have added it to my to-buy list. Although Pierre Hardy is not your mainstream designer label (at least in this part of Asia), the brand has developed a cult following over the years since it was launched in 1999. I especially love it’s signature cube print although some may argue that it vaguely resembles the Goyard hand painted print.
Shown here is the Pierre Hardy cube-print coated-canvas tote from the Spring Summer Collection, featuring a roomy internal pocket and a detachable shoulder strap, this chic piece is perfect as in-flight luggage or for a weekend away.
- Black, white and gray cube-print coated-canvas, black leather trim (Calf)
- Two top handles, adjustable detachable black twill shoulder strap
- Front and back slip pockets, gold hardware
- Internal pouch pocket
- Hook-fastening strap and zip fastening at top
- Measurements: Depth: 16,0 Cm, Height: 32,0 Cm, Length of strap: 40,0 Cm, Width: 44,0 Cm
Available online at TheCorner.com for €675. (Ships worldwide)
About Pierre Hardy
Pierre Hardy was born and raised in Paris. He initially studied dance while completing a degree in fine arts from the Ecole Normale Supérieure and joins his first professionnal dance company upon graduation. He went on later into illustration and started to design big weight luxury brands like Christian Dior and Hermès. Hardy launched his own line in 1999, and introduced a men’s line in 2002. Inspired by volume, proportions and graphic images rather than fashion trends, Pierre Hardy is renowned for his sculptural statement shoes and bags. Pierre Hardy applied his creativity to everything from men’s desert boots and lace-ups to structured architectural styles for women and everything in between, including futuristic sneakers for both genders.