What happens when a music producer and composer gets together with a former teen model and fashion guru? If you guessed "they create a line of beautiful, functional handbags", you're right on the money. Boyy, the handbag brainchild of Canadian musician Jesse Dorsey and Thai actress-cum-fasionista Wannasiri Kongman, is all about big, multifunctional designs perfect for on-the-go ladies who like to take it all with them.
The unique color of the Renwick bag ($416, was $594) is almost impossible to describe. Is it grapey-gray? Midnight orchid? Just plain purple? The difficulty in pinpointing the exact hue of this relaxed bucket bag only speaks to its versatility. No matter what you call the color, it looks undeniably fabulous with jeans of all shades, basic black, and most neutrals. Subtle quilting details and a pewter colored medallion present simple touches that set this bag apart from the pack.
Lipstick red and super glossy, the standout Francis bag ($462, was $660) has all kinds of space hidden within its sleek, slouchy frame. A plated silver zipper circling the bottom half isn't just for show: it hides an extra pocket. And pleat detailing up top allows the bag to expand as you stuff it chock full. Tote it using short handles, or clip on the detachable chain link and patent leather strap for over-the-shoulder or cross-the-body portability.
The Augustus bag ($470, was $671) is a chic and supple take on the traditional doctors bag. Two discreet top handles belie a zipper closure (perfect if you're constantly scattering your stuff around) and a practically hidden slash pocket on the back is the ideal place for keeping your keys, phone, or MP3 player close at hand. The blue-gray leather is so soft and flexible, so you can pack this pillow-shaped puppy to the brim.
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