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Beauty & Style | Tuesday 9 January, 2018 4:57 pm |

Myme, One Bag, A Thousand You by Baldinini

Italian luxury footwear and accessories brand Baldinini presents MYME, The new "IT bag" signed Baldinini TREND to interpret your every style.


Made from black nappa leather, Myme is a customizable bag that let you easily replace different covers through a system of magnetic buttons and comes with three separate compartments, all with zip. The adjustable leather shoulder strap can be concealed inside, allowing you to wear it as a clutch or as a shoulder bag.


Just create ever changing looks: from rock to glam, from furry to sporty-chic. With its colour and material palette it will renew your look. Try the Burgundy zebra ponyskin, with branded metal buttons, to create an eccentric, country style for your daywear outfits and make your evening looks positively out of this world.


Go for the tan python-embossed calfskin with branded metal buttons to offer a stylish, elegant aesthetic for your daywear outfits, from morning to night. You can also add a furry touch to your daywear outfits with the soft black, blue or tan faux fur, with branded metal buttons, morning or night.


Destined to become a real must-have piece - alone or with the interchangeable flap - Myme will go with all your outfits and reinvent itself every day, ensuring you never tire of wearing it. 

Myme, One Bag, A Thousand You! Discover the entire collection of Myme by Baldinini with a unique size 22x36 cm, or the black nappa leather shoulder bag with the size 22x18x9 cm.


Visit Baldinini stores in Dubai Mall, Wafi Mall and at Burjuman Centre and get further discounts during the Dubai Shopping Festival.

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