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A Whole New World Of Accessories From Selfridges

Sound the handbag horn!  Discover a whole new world of accessories from Selfridges’ extraordinary new Accessories Hall at Selfridges Oxford Street, London. As well as five shiny-new flagship designer boutiques (Dior, Prada et al), you’ll find a unique edit of the most exciting and desirable accessories of the season, many of which can only be found at Selfridges. Discover buzz-worthy brands taking pride of place in the new space, and find out why these Accessories Hall isn’t just about buying a new bag.

Shop the season’s best accessories at Selfridges & Co.

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Boyy | Boyy, oh Boyy: it’s the name on the lips of serious style aficionados the world over, having reached quiet It-bag status for its signature giant-buckled, top-handle totes. “We’ve seen Boyy, founded in Thailand in 2006, grow into a real trophy brand across the world’s fashion capitals over the past few seasons,” says our Accessories Buying Manager Josie Gardner. “The sharp lines and oversized buckle detail make the bags feel timeless but also refreshingly new. I love the beautiful iridescent blue style, exclusive to Selfridges this season.”

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The Row | “This is one of the brands I’m most excited to be launching in our new Accessories Hall edit,” says our Accessories Buying Director Eleanor Robinson of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s label The Row, which oozes understated sophistication. “The Row has long been a favourite of fashion insiders who love the brand’s exquisite craftsmanship, considered shapes and luxurious fabrications. This season, I especially love the gorgeous evening clutches in crushed velvet.”

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Balmain | Creative Director Olivier Rousteing has raided the Balmain archives (which go all the way back to 1945) for the latest ‘Domaine’ accessories collection, which is inspired by the French maison’s most iconic styles. Expect plenty of quilted black leather, oversized tassels and gold hardware embellishment, including the embossed gold coin that is so engrained in the Balmain DNA.

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Bulgari | The exquisite chain strap and gleaming snake-head closure are clues that a fine jeweller is behind the design of the iconic Bulgari Forever Serpenti collection. Choose from a spectrum of jewel-like colours, including this glossy purple bag created exclusively for Selfridges this season. As an adorable extra, the miniature version will keep your full-sized tote company wherever you go – because accessorising your accessories is totally a thing now.

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Valextra | Despite the discreet, logo-free designs, Valextra bags are instantly recognisable among those in the fashion know thanks to their unique, streamlined shapes and impeccable Italian craftsmanship. “As an interesting alternative to black, midnight blue is big news in accessories this season. Bi-colour bags are also a key trend, so this exclusive style from Valextra ticks both boxes,” says our Designer Accessories Buyer Sarah Cartwright. Add a fun twist with interchangeable shearling handles, or a clear PVC raincoat to protect your precious purchase from the elements.

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Byredo | Luxury lifestyle brand Byredo may be better known for its understated (and oh-so-Instagrammable) fragrances and candles, but Stockholm-based founder Ben Gorham has also turned his hand to accessories – which we’re bringing to the UK for the first time. The simple, elegant bags, wallets and cardholders are imbued with the same inimitable Scandi cool as the fragrances. You’ll find a whole world of Byredo in our Accessories Hall, including our exclusive scent Rodeo – an exquisite, earthy blend of leather accord, midnight violet and black amber.

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