Zadig & Voltaire x Kate Moss Collaboration

The second story of the Zadig & Voltaire and Kate Moss collaboration has arrived. After her debut as the face of the house’s Fall Winter campaign Zadig & Voltaire is thrilled to announce Kate Moss and Cecilia Bonstrom’s handbag collaboration for Zadig & Voltaire. The top English model has been in the studio constantly with their artist director creating up her epitomes handbag line.

The line encompasses Kate’s aesthetic along with the high-quality leather and styling that Zadig & Voltaire is known for. The collaboration starts with a chic wallet that can be worn on a chain as a cross body and scales up to larger totes and satchels. Adorned with hard ware reminiscent of bridal pieces and vintage jewelry the collection is truly unique and very reflective of the model’s personality.

The bags are designed to be worn in several fashions. Adorned with adjustable chains and leather straps to change on a whim. Detailed with pockets both inside and out to hold all your most precious cargo are also meant to be a nod to Kate’s rock and roll reputation.

Available in leather or natural python prints the signature look takes on a number of silhouettes. An XL weekend bag will be available exclusively online on the brand’s website. A must have for all fashion week jet setters. The tote option is the perfect size for anyone’s busy schedule, featuring a small outer pocked on the front for easy access while infusing it with Parisian elegance in midnight blue and python prints. The cross-body model can be slipped into a larger bag as a wallet or worn on your belt as a fanny pack depending on what the day calls for.

Kate and Cecilia’s collection of accessories are the perfect reflection of their personal style in handbag form. The partnership has been a great labor of love which shows through in the final product.

Kate Arty Water Snake
Kate Shopper Smooth Calfskin & Wild
Kate Wallet Smooth Calfskin

Zadig & Voltaire
983 Palmer Alley NW
Washington, DC 20001
202.789.8700


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