When it comes to styling with color – with fashion or at home – model Elsa Hosk is a mine of Pinterest-worthy inspiration. While we’ve been known for reviewing her perfectly curated ensembles for new wardrobe additions, the Swedish beauty gave us a fleeting look at her. unbelievable bag collection. She even gives Cardi B a run for her money.
On Instagram Stories, Hosk shared a snapshot of his closet of colorful accessories. At GRAZIA, we’ve got a habit of highlighting the best of cult labels and designer iterations. At first glance, Hosk appears to own a Hermés Kelly leather handbag – whether it’s an iteration 28 or 32 is unclear from that perspective.
The front and center are a vibrant green iteration of the Balenciaga XS top handle bag. From the top, she claims a mini Yuzefi Bom bag in ‘Scuba Blue‘and on the left is the Bottega Veneta Twist bag in lavender. The top tier also includes a Celine Ava denim bag, featuring the house’s branding in white, and a Chanel quilted denim bag.
On the second level, besides the aforementioned Balenciaga style, Hosk is the proud owner of a supple blue leather. Fendi baguette and next to it is the Chanel Quilted Satin Diana Flap bag in a bright buttery yellow.
Next comes a Chanel Quilted Velvet bag in a lush coral hue from the Fall 2014 collection, a Valentino Roman Stud Bag (the Italian house rekindled its affinity for nails during the Spring / Summer 2021 show) and an orange nylon zip pouch from Prada. A nod to the Y2K trend, the model has a Louis Vuitton Murakami Mini Speedy bag. The style is not available directly from Louis Vuitton but Farfetch have a collection of used styles. In another tribute to the style of the early hours, a box bag in pink satin and crystal from the eponymous Parisian brand, Amina Muaddi, sits enough on the shelf.
To complete the collection, Hosk’s closet includes a vintage Chanel Quilted Flag bag in yellow, blue and red, a small The Row Everyday shoulder bag in mocha and another Bottega Veneta chain clutch bag.
Despite the 32-year-old’s impressive collection of coveted bags, she said in a interview 2016 that she is not trendy and always tries to look effortless.
“It’s still comfortable,” Hosk said. “I like to think it feels effortless rather than trying too hard. It’s a sort of mix-match between vintage designers. I love fashion so I’m always into new things. I’m not necessarily a trend-oriented person. I like to do my own thing.
Come back right now, we’ll imitate all of this.