The articulated Issey Miyake Tote Outlet, a long-time favorite bag of architects and designers, has been updated to add a variety of novel shapes, including arrows, circles and lighting bolts. Since its debut in 2000, the Bao Bao Chord collection of Japanese fashion designer Issey Miyake is the first design to deviate from the classic triangular mosaic structure. In addition to the original triangles, these bags also have a variety of interlocking geometric shapes, including lighting bolts and arrows. But the circle is inside the pattern that is otherwise empty square. The PVC panel installed on the fabric mesh bottom of the bag makes the bag take on different shapes when in use.
The brand explained: "The series not only has the brand's iconic triangular parts, but also has round, square, arrow and lightning details, which have never been used in the brand's product line." The series will be in November. Introduced, tote bags are available in black or white matte, and color prints based on themes related to rock music. Like the original Issey Miyake Outlet handbag, the handle can also be adjusted. Since then, Bao Bao has become one of his most durable designs, with new shapes, sizes and fabric changes released every year. Now there are special Bao Bao Issey Miyake treasure stores in Japan and China. The brand said: "Bao Bao Issey Miyake is a series of handbags and pouches, with the theme of'shapes made by accident'." "It has flexible functions and is very suitable for busy modern lifestyles." "By pursuing simple parts And the shapes produced by multiple materials, it has established a unique product line."