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Harper's Bazaar (India) - - BAZAAR ACCESSORIES -

EEEEIn 1962, Andy Warhol turned the common gro­cery list item, a Camp­bell Soup can, into a work of art. The im­age of the red and white can has since graced count­less walls and T-shirts, be­com­ing an iconic ref­er­ence. Fast for­ward to 2014, and once again common con­sumer prod­ucts are in­spir­ing fash­ion—in par­tic­u­lar, hand­bags. The Chanel Fall ’14 show was an ode to every­day life, with Karl Lager­feld turn­ing the ramp into a su­per­mar­ket, com­plete with stacked shelves, shop­ping trol­leys, and bas­kets. While you can’t take the set-up, what you can take away is the metal­lic Lait de Coco hand­bag that re­sem­bles the every­day milk car­ton. Bri­tish de­signer Anya Hind­march went a step fur­ther, show­ing totes that fea­tured ev­ery­thing from the Kel­logg’s Frosties tiger to a di­ges­tive bis­cuit roll to a boxy purse of Daz wash­ing pow­der. At Moschino, Jeremy Scott looked to the golden arches of McDon­ald’s and fea­tured them on iPhone cases and hand­bags. What­ever the in­spi­ra­tion was, de­sign­ers have spo­ken and marked the pop cul­ture goods of the 21st cen­tury. And there’s plenty to

choose from.

Sophia Web­ster clutch, 27,500 (ap­prox). Anya Hind­march clutch, price upon re­quest. Kate Spade bag, price upon re­quest. Anya Hind­march bag, price upon re­quest. By Ami Un­nikr­ish­nan

Moschino bag, 93,500 (ap­prox). clutch, 70,000 (ap­prox).

Chanel bag, price upon re­quest.

Anya Hind­march

Anya Hind­march clutch, 77,000 (ap­prox).

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