Sonya Lee's Spring/Summer 2018 Collection Is Directly Inspired by Modern Art
Created by founder Stephanie Sonya Ibbitson.
Toronto-based accessories label, Sonya Lee launched in 2014 by designer Stephanie Sonya Ibbitson has officially debuted its Spring/Summer 2018 collection dubbed “S.L. 05.” The studio focuses on handmade bags constructed from raw elements, with design inspirations based on art, architecture and contemporary perception. The lookbook highlights standouts from the fourteen-piece collection.
In “S.L. 05,” Ibbitson chose high-quality leather and turned them into numerous quirky handbag silhouettes. The range’s staples include the cylindrical-style Maya, which is a modern twist on a ’60s model and the Jess belt bag. The Maya comes with a detachable shoulder strap paired with a top wrist handle and arrives in “Rust” and “Black Snake.” The latter comes with silver-toned hardware, an adjustable belt and loop buckle with a magnetic closure. This minimalistic pick is available in “Oiled Black,” “Rust Snake” and “Black Snake.”
Additional carry-all shapes that arrive with experimental yet classic silhouettes include the Yuliana and the Rosa. The former is a vegetable tanned leather tote with two chain handles and adjustable strap. The latter is a leather backpack with new-age detailing. Both come in various sizes and colorways.
Head to Sonya Lee’s website to purchase the collection. Pricing starts at $230 USD.
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