I was Kylie Jenner The first to show, even before the official launch online and in stores, was eye-catching kajol From Balenciaga. It is clear that the entrepreneur chose the most luxurious model (5500 euros), the model studded with rhinestones, in a bright pink color. Since then, in addition to countless foreigners, many celebrities have also followed him from our home, in a range of colors and materials. After all, it was such a declared success that this bag was destined to become the most sought-after accessory of summer 2022.
Revisiting the It-bag
According to the French dictionary, “cagole” is a term used to refer to an “extroverted young woman, a bit boring and vulgar.” It must be that girl he had in mind Demna Jivasalia When I designed this handbag. A model is nonetheless a reinterpretation of the iconography Low Dix Motorcycle (But everyone called her city) From Balenciaga. It was designed in 2001 by the then house designer Nicolas GhesquiereIt was loved by fashion lovers all over the world. The 2022 edition has a crescent or croissant shape, can be carried in the hand or on the shoulder and features a small heart-shaped mirror so you can check yourself at any time.
Between rhinestones and colors
after, after Kylie Jennerthe first local important person to buy a bag kajol I was Taylor Mega (We’ve talked about it over here), who wanted to be the same American entrepreneur. Same customization of crystals but in silver for Chiara Ferragni, which she has already worn on a number of social occasions. also Georgina Rodriguez And the Wanda Nara They chose to shine with the shining model. Other stars prefer to play with color instead. lilac Paola ToraniHe called it ‘the new favorite bag’. turquoise Mariasol Beaulieuand bright pink Francesca Sofia Novello. And the Julia Salmi? Find out in the gallery.
price 2300.00 EUR
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Prices are indicative and collected at the time of writing
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