The amazing designer of footwear, Christian Louboutin managed to win affection of all women throughout the world, and did so through his unique footwear which makes all women feel beautiful. Moreover, Christian frequently comes up with fancy limited editions, associated with an incredible story. This is true also about handbags from the Viva Manilacaba collection, associated with love of the talented designer for the exotic Philippines.
Last autumn the designer, Christian Louboutin, set off to explore a luxurious destination - the Philippines. This exotic country charmed him at first glance, literally becoming enraptured by the life, colours and skills of the local population. The vivid colours and magical sound of nature were thus reflected in the Viva Manilacaba handbags which are sure to captivate you at first glance. So many colours at once, a lot of designs and decorations. These are its characteristics that are sure to get your attention!
While remembering this amazing destination, two luxury limited handbag collections were created - Denim Blue and Black Satin. Each is composed of colourful materials, embroidery of cotton yarn, sequins and other great details, which make a reference to the energy and environment of Manila and the Filipinos.
Already at first glance at this exclusive collection you perceive a surreal supply of positive energy. So many luxurious colours, decoration and details are amazing, stylish and fashionably. Let yourself be captured by the amazing Philippines through the Via Manilacaba collection. It is worth it! These are handbags referring to unique culture and inhabitants of one exotic, magic country!
The absolute novelty in the form of woven handbags directly from the indigenous women from the Philippines: That is what I call a breath of fresh air in the field of luxury fashion! To be sure, we got used to straw handbags by various designers, but this is something else.
It seems that Christian simply enjoyed one of his luxury holidays, where he was kissed by another of his Muses. I like his handbags, in particular the light blue with a purple 4x4 car in the centre. Such a piece would indeed come handy for my beach things: tanning creams, spare swimwear, water in spray, my sunglasses case, delicious snack for my little one, a beach dress, purse or a card from the hotel room. You all know too well. When I see that multi-functional shape, it is clear to me already that this bag is almost bottomless. Four towels and a sandbox bucket, too? No problem!
For the city of course I would opt for something less 'ethnic'. Simply something classic that you will not mistake in a pile of similar bags in the midst of the chaos of a street market.