March Bag of the Month: Win a Kiki London clutch worth £450

For this month’s Bag of the Month competition, BagServant asked our nominees to choose a handbag, ideal for a trip to the romantic and fashion-frenzied Italian region of Tuscany.

Now we want you to pick your favourite and decide which bag you would you take to enjoy some Tuscan culture.

Our panel is brought together from a selection of fashion industry insiders, from designers, to up and coming new talent, to fashion and lifestyle Bloggers, boutique owners, and magazine fashionistas.

This month you can WIN a stunning Red Koro clutch bag from Kiki London, worth £450!

London based handbag label KIKI LONDON was founded by Japanese-born designer Kiki Ito. After spending 6 years in Southern California, she came to London to pursue her design career. Kiki’s collection is a unique set of beautifully designed and impeccably detailed clutch bags that draw on her origins and international life experiences. Vintage Japanese Obi materials are used to create limited edition of selected pieces in her collection (including the Koro clutch bag,) and due to the rarity of the fabric are very exclusive.

So, what are you waiting for? For the chance to get your hands on an exclusive limited edition Kiki London clutch bag, get voting for your favourite bag.


Lust after all of the 6 bags shown below then cast your vote by clicking on the picture that you think best suits a trip to Tuscany and completing the short entry form.

1. The Givenchy Nightingale medium shoulder bag is the choice of Editor in Chief Rachel Montague-Ebbs. (Bag Personality Type: Confident Classique)

Givenchy Nightingale medium shoulder bag

“Because – the colour reminds me of sunsets in Tuscany; it’s like it’s absorbed the sun! It’s big enough for day time tours of vineyards, shopping trips, storing all the essentials for travel, guidebooks, camera, a cardigan if it gets chilly, makeup, purse etc. But also it will look great with any outfit at night; think long black jersey dress for a relaxed dinner in the piazza; this bag has a detachable shoulder strap which is perfect for changing it to evening time”


2. The Tod’s D-styling Medium Leather Tote is the choice of tour leader,trip designer and personal shopper in Tuscany Miky Ricciarelli. (Bag Personality Type: Big Bag Lover)

Tod's D-styling Medium Leather Tote

“As when you are travelling and you need to have lot of things with you. A nice natural colour to match with
everything everyday. and a solid structure as …the bag has to travel too!”


3. The Fendi Silvana Crocodile Leather Bag is the choice of editor Nevi Never. (Bag Personality Type: Trendsetter)

Fendi Silvana Crocodile Leather Bag

“I love the crocodile print and how it pops with the leather. It has a cute flap-over, and a texturally enticing hair calf side panel in backgammon patterning. It would definitely catch the eye of any person walking by and for styling purposes you can go from chic to boho style, and still pull it off successfully.”


4. The Anya Sushko Grande Sunburst handbag Ivory Python is the choice of BagServant-Lenka. (Bag Personality Type: Big Bag Lover)

Anya Sushko Grande Sunburst handbag Ivory Python

“Amazing spacious bag for travels around Italy. Its like a new on trend suitcase. This bag is big enough to fit all your essentials on your travels including your tech gadgets and still look stylish.”


5. The Fossil Explorer flap over tote, Neutral is the choice of Fashion Blogger Tali Lekorenos. (Bag Personality Type: Miss Practical)

Fossil Explorer flap over tote, Neutral

“I’m all about color in my life but when it comes to bags, I tend to be drawn to more practical colors. For me a bag is a practical thing because I want the color to go well with everything I wear. That being said, I don’t shy away from bags that make a statement, but I don’t have too many of them!”


6. The Lulu Guinness Stripe frame cross body bag, Multi-Coloured is the choice of Fashion Blogger Karen Grace. (Bag Personality Type: Big Bag Lover)

Lulu Guinness Stripe frame cross body bag, Multi-Coloured

“Although a British designer, Lulu Guinness Stripe frame cross body bag is perfect for a trip to Italy. Large enough to carry a day’s sightseeing essentials and the satchel strap keeps it secure for those carefree rides on a Vespa. In the evening remove the satchel strap and you have a fun ladylike handbag. Plus the patent leather makes it easy to wipe clean any stray spaghetti splashes.”

The results and prize winner will be published early April. Terms & Conditions apply.

Good luck everyone!



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