Pierre Hardy bag

Pierre Hardy bag review

The designer Pierre Hardy and his handbags


Pierre Hardy started making himself a name in the world of fashion by designing shoes, but he quickly decided to also look on the handbag field, both shoes and bags going perfectly together. His handbags are unique and have a style peculiar to the label and the designer. Lines are quite geometrical, very modern and a bit minimalist. Colors are strong and unexpected shades come together, such as black and electric blue, or black and brown with a bit of grey. If the colors can be seen as quite basic, the way they are used is not though, and this is what brings the Pierre Hardy’s designs a great look, in between classic and unexpected modernity.

Pierre Hardy backpack


The label makes several types of handbags for each of its collections, but is also very looked for because of its backpacks. This accessory came back into fashion a few years ago and is a huge reminder of the nineties and highschool times. With Pierre Hardy, the backpack becomes a luxury item made of high quality leather, with leopard prints and several practical pockets. We are quite far away here from the backpack you might have carried around as a teenager. This bag is magically turned into a luxury and elegant accessory, making a real fashion statement in our wardrobes. Wear it with a pair of jeans and a t-shirt with a rock’n’roll something for a casual trendy look.

Pierre Hardy messenger bag


With the messenger bag, Pierre Hardy follows the same idea that drove his backpacks: take a practical but not that trendy bag and turn it into something modern, chic and uncommon. Whether for a man or a woman, the messenger bag will be perfect for an urban and young outfit.

 
 

Shopping results

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Suede beige ankle boots would have been perfection with this outfit, but I settled for my taupe platform Pierre Hardy sandals. The big, modern buckles and the chunky heel toughened up the short wool shorts. My favorite hat by Pendleton on top of my head and my favorite fringe suede bag with...

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, December 10, 2010 Pierre Hardy NYC Shop Pierre Hardy opened his first stateside boutique located right here in NYC on Jane Street. In honor of the new store, Hardy created a sexy platform sandal dubbed the "Skyline Shoe" sculpted out of mirrored metal to resemble our NYC skyscrapers. You...

A Store Is Born: Pierre Hardy by Franklin Melendez At last, shoe designer Pierre Hardy is treading triumphantly on the cobblestones of New York with his first U.S. standalone store in the heart of the West Village (30 Jane Street). Architecturally minded, he envisioned the boutique unfolds as...

Remember the Pierre Hardy for Gap wedges I blogged about in October? (Click here and here to see my blog posts.) Well, they're now in the sale! Reduced from £89.99 to £49.99. I couldn't resist getting a second pair, this time in khaki. Generally, I find shoe shopping tricksy. You see, heels...

Pierre Hardy for Balenciaga fall 2008 The Sneaker Hardy launched his own line of shoes in 1999. He added men's shoes in 2002, which inevitably led him to consider sneakers. Today sneakers are also present in his women's line, including the impressive "speed stiletto": "Running

If I were to compare Pierre Hardy's shoe artistry to that of an architect, I would say his vision most closely aligns with Frank Gehry's works of art. Both incorporate clean lines and linear spacing in their designs but are able to come up with complex and original interpretations on such...

Shoescribe loves a good collaboration, and we're pretty excited to learn that the latest big name it's working with is none other than Pierre Hardy. A belated Christmas present, for sure! Pierre Hardy has created a shoe in a brand new and exclusive style with a unique drop heel – it's pretty...

Securing an Hermes Kelly bag has long been a rite of passage for many fashion devotees. Today, shoe and jewelery designer, Pierre Hardy, has created what is said to be the ultimate version of the iconic bag. Hardy's miniature Kelly, rendered in rose gold and diamonds, serves as both a hand bag...

Taking on the color blocking trend (do we still call that a trend?), the Pierre Hardy Color-Block Suede Bag mixes pop-bright shades of red, orange, teal and blue. As with other Pierre Hardy bags, this one has a modern edge and I can see it working well for winter into spring and summer. Buy...