5 Iconic Bags Everyone Should Own

“Fashion evolves but style endures” – a sentiment we love at G&T and one we encounter every day. Fashions change; that dress we lusted over last week has been replaced by a different, better one and those shiny silver platform boots that were all the rage are now just impractical and uncomfortable. Some things never go out of style though – blue jeans, a white shirt, a little black dress and probably the most important piece; a timeless designer handbag......

The Chanel Jacket

Designed in 1954 by the lady herself, the Chanel jacket is now considered one of the most revolutionary pieces in fashion history. During her visits to Scotland with the Duke of Westminster, Coco discovered tweed – which would later become the basis of her first jacket. Inspired by the straight, fluid lines seen in mens tailoring; Chanel wanted women to be able to move freely; to not feel like they were ‘in costume’. The jacket’s minimalist straight cut.....

Louis Vuitton Noe Bag

The Louis Vuitton Noe was the world’s first bucket bag. Originally created in 1932, it is the second oldest style from the famous fashion house. Louis Vuitton often created new bags as a solution to what we now refer to as ‘first world problems’. The Speedy bag (now undoubtably one of the brands most coveted styles) was first made for Audrey Hepburn who needed Vuitton’s keep-all made smaller so it was suitable for everyday use. Similarly, when Gaston-L.....