With its emblematic shape and body friendly curve, the Monogram Epices Kalahari bags brings exoticism and irresistibly spices up a fashionable everyday look as their colors are named after famous épices or spices from different regions of the world: the Masala, a mixture of many spices which are mixed into a sauce when used in a dish, the Safran (e. Saffron), world’s most expensive spice made from the stigmas of the crocus flour that gives food a yellow color and exotic flavor, and lastly the Paprika, a spice made from the grinding of dried sweet red or green bell peppers. And also, Kalahari is named after the famous desert in southwestern Africa.
The Kalahari bags are crafted from supple Monogram embossed leather with Ayers snakeskin and metallic leather trimmings and microfiber lining. Each bag features an oversized flap with an adjustable drawstring that has ethnic-inspired resin beads, pompons, and metal eyelets. Inside, there’s a flat internal pocket and one phone pocket for bag organization. Kalahari can be carried comfortably on the shoulder thanks to its metal and resin chain handle.
Monogram Epices Kalahari comes in two sizes PM (9.8″ x 9″ x 3.9″) and GM (13″ x 11.8″ x 3.5″). GM comes in one color; Masala while PM comes in two colors; Safran and Paprika. The bags are available at Louis Vuitton for approximately $4840 and $5800 for PM and GM respectively.
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