Danielle Foster Spring/Summer 2015

There’s something to be said about giving your tried-and-true silhouettes a fresh makeover each season. That’s what London-based designer Danielle Foster likes to do while she stays true to her modern aesthetic and traditional craftsmanship techniques. This time around, she’s brought back her signature structured Kelly tote in a rich burgundy, coral and a color block of the two. The story continues with the Kim box, a crossbody that is compact, yet timeless. Now, for a touch of novelty, she plays with texture for the first time in a variety of embossed python pieces that show up on styles like a fold over clutch and a soft hobo. And, no matter the type of bag, there’s always an effortless feel that seamlessly fits with a dressed up look or socks and Birkenstocks.

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