We’ve been keeping a beady eye on the standout accessories this season. From unexpected motifs to a dreamy collaboration, here are the bags and shoes to bookmark for Spring/Summer 2024.


By now we're all familiar with how well Maximilian Davis does accessories. The young designer has capitalised on Ferragamo’s rich history in leather goods, bringing coveted bags and cult footwear to a younger audience. This season we were blown away by Ferragamo’s slick pointed boots fitted with banana heels, in reference to his Caribbean heritage, and available in emerald, crimson and glossy black.


When Prada’s new season handbags first appeared on the runway, it was hard to make out what the brand's new miniature clasp embellishment actually was. Upon closer inspection, a hand-carved mythological being revealed itself. It was, in fact, a revived version of a handbag originally created in 1913 by Mario Prada, Miuccia Prada’s grandfather and the co-founder of the brand. Reimaged for the modern day in leather and signature nylon, this is going to become a cult classic.


Erdem took over the grand entrance to the British Museum to present a fittingly historic collection. Granted access to Chatsworth House in Derbyshire, Erdem Moralıoğlu was tasked with reviving the house’s textile archive into a collection. Aside from the cosy quilted coats made in collaboration with Barbour, kitten heels were also given a stately makeover. Using salvaged materials, their shape took inspiration from chickens, with plumage-like textures and magnified bows.


Winning the award for the accessories collaboration of the season: Stephan Cooke opened the London shows with a series of 27 pre-loved and reinvented Mulberry bags. All one-of-a-kind and transformed by Mulberry artisans, the bags were adorned with Stefan Cooke motifs, as part of a new circularity initiative, The Mulberry Exchange. Some were accessorised with vintage rugby shirt tassels while others featured signature button straps and silk scarves – we want all 27 of them!