The original chic carry-all weekender is back and bigger than ever. We’ve all seen the different patterns and colors perched atop fashionistas’ shoulders while they run errands and look good doing it. Longchamp, the iconic French brand specializing in leather goods began in 1948, and the Le Pliage bag, the covet of the season, debuted in 1993.
Designed by Phillipe Cassegrain, Le Pliage is simplicity made chic. Chic-plicity, if you will. No longer do errands mean throwing a grocery bag over your shoulder and schlepping through the supermarket. It’s perfect for a casual weekend purse, the utilitarian travel bag, and a perfect alternative to a drab briefcase. It folds up to toss in your suitcase and discreetly hide in your car, with a few snaps away from unfolding to the perfect tote. It’s available in a myriad of different fabrics, colors, and textures to go as luxe or as casual as you want.
The Le Pliage cut in leather, as can be found at Rodes for Her, makes luxury easy and everyday. It isn’t fussy and goes with everything. No longer will you have to do a bag change between the office and after-work errands. Achieve the effortless style and grace we all desire with a quick fold and snap.
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