Giòsa Milano launches Twiggy, the mini bag with 60s nuances.

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Giòsa Milano launches the new Twiggy bag collection. The distinctive contrasting colours of those years are reinterpreted riding.

Giòsa Milano launches Twiggy, the mini bag with 60s nuances.

It has changed the history of costume forever and its musts are currently still celebrated by fashion and design; a decade, the Sixties, that has always been a source of inspiration to be re-invented and interpreted.

That of the fabulous Sixties is a style of breaking and transformation that perfectly fits the present situation in which the need of new motivations, colours, rebirth, positivity and, above all, beauty is stronger than ever.

Not immune from the magnetic charm of those years, Giòsa Milano launches the new Twiggy bag collection. The distinctive contrasting colours of those years are reinterpreted riding, at the same time, the unstoppable wave of mini bags; essential space, but huge style.

An original stylistic throwback that immediately brings us back to bold chromatic contrasts and to pastel colours combined with fluo ones, typical of the famous outfits worn by Twiggy, the iconic top model of the Swinging London.

A fine collection in crocodile leather of two-tone mini bags in which bright and neutral colours alternate in a vibrant and sophisticated elegance. These creations can be worn everyday and in all occasions, thanks to their versatility. In fact, the Twiggy bags can be sported both by hand, thanks to the handles, both by shoulder using the removable and adjustable strap.

Twiggy bags are also available in the micro and day version; they embody a new concept of freedom and, despite their on purpose tiny dimensions, they boast an external pocket with a space dedicated to a mobile phone. With a double-slider zip and an internal flat pocket, refined in crocodile, Twiggy combines mini bag trend, always at the top, with the Giòsa Milano “Made in Brera” craftsmanship. The high value of crocodile skin combined with an iconic and positive style that never goes out of style.

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