In deep tones of grey mint, mid-tone blue, matte wine and burgundy red, the Shift bags feature asymmetrical flaps, contrasting tassels, and slashed wrist straps that have been contoured with hand-painted edges. The biggest bag of the collection is the tote, a generously sized structure that still allows for the leather to move fluidly. The clutches, available in mint, pale taupe and foggy blue, also have the signature slashed wrist strap detail
<a href="https://design-milk.com/linda-sietos-shift-collection-handbags-disregards-traditional-structures-symmetries/linda-sieto-shift-bag-collection-24/" data-wpel-link="internal"><img src="https://design-milk.com/images/2018/01/linda-sieto-shift-bag-collection-24-810x497.jpg" alt="Linda Sieto’s Shift Collection of Handbags Disregards Traditional Structures and Symmetries" /></a> A bag has a simple function (to carry things) and a relatively simple design (a main compartment and handle(s)), yet it’s always fascinating to me how designers can innovate beyond these basic elements to create something new and modern. <a href="http://www.lindasieto.com/" data-wpel-link="external" rel="external noopener noreferrer">Linda Sieto</a>, a Hungary-based designer, creates her <a href="http://www.lindasieto.com/aw17" rel="noopener external noreferrer" data-wpel-link="external">Shift</a> collection of handbags inspired by “the state of transition, a period when balance is disturbed.” These bags, perfectly imperfect in their asymmetry, disregards the traditional design of parallel structures.
multiple cuts for an easier grip.
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