In The Bag: Under-The-Radar Brands To Know

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While we adore the heavy hitters of the accessories world as much as the next girl, there is also something to be said for branching out and marching to the beat of your own, more unique, drum. With a slew of established brands now trying their hands at the accessories game, and altogether new talent bursting onto the scene, there’s never been a better time to sit up and take notice. Shop our favorites and pick up a great bag that won’t be “so last season” come fall. Now that’s a trend we can get behind.

Angel Jackson

Based in the UK, these bags boast bright colors and exotic skins.

Angel Jackson

A grey leather shoulder bag with sleek gold hardware is both timeless and seasonless.

Boyy

Already a major hit in Bangkok, the brand is gainig a major following in the US and offers a range of clutches, shoulder bags and louche carryalls.

Boyy

Nothing wins our hearts like a chic backpack and this one features a hefty chain trim, sturdy leather straps and calf hair panels.

Mackage

Canadian brand, Mackage, is known for their stylish outerwear and separates. In keeping with their aesthetic their handbags are structured, high-quality and incredibly functional.

Mackage

Each bag features the brand's signature arrow hardware closure which looks especially great with the pebbled leather of this crossbody version.

Tonya Hawkes

Need a conversation piece for your next soiree? Look no further than Tonya Hawkes' statement clutches.

Tonya Hawkes

We love the juxtaposition of deco designs and modern fabrics.

Etienne Aigner

The storied accessories brand has been around since the 1950's which means they know a thing or two about creating incredibly functional bags. Their recent resurgence is thanks to brand expansion and lots of beautiful new fabrics and colors, like this canary bucket bag.

Etienne Aigner

A functional raffia bag that will look chic year-round.

Karen Millen

Much like the ready to wear, Karen Millen's bags balance modern shapes with modern flourishes like delicate gold hardware and pastel colors.

Karen Millen

We like the subtle pattern on this utilitarian, woven tote.