Showcasing the “it” bags of the season feat. Tiffany Jaury

As we trek deeper into fall, Prestige has partnered with Tiffany Jauri to discover the most remarkable bags of the season

whWhether bold or reserved, there’s always the perfect bag for every style. It seems that for this season the ‘It’ bags are iconic pieces that are given new and fresh looks along with some classics that are timelessly popular. Our picks come from the reputable maisons by Hermès, Lanvin, Louis Vuitton, Givenchy, Fendi and Fauré Le Page. And for that feature, Tiffany Jaury helps highlight these bracelet candies, from Hermès’ new Birkin variant, the Birkin 30 en Desordre, to the timeless Fauré Le Page SAGA City 18.

Tiffany is a content creator who also owns a shoe brand called Mon Rue. Naturally, in addition to creating videos for her social media accounts, Tiffany has been busy managing the latter. Designed for ladies who want to stand out, their shoes are statement pieces that can easily amplify or elevate any look.


Speaking of which, this season’s it bags are also a surefire way to upgrade outfits for any occasion. As already mentioned, it starts with the Hermès Birkin 30 en Desordre. This new Birkin variant is a solid addition to the French maison Portfolio of bags. New elements include a diagonal half flap set and an external pocket. The body is gold Togo leather while the flap and pockets are Swift leather. A one-of-a-kind Lanvin bag, the Hobo Cat is adorned with a sumptuous sculptural handle inspired by a fire dog owned by Jeanne Lanvin herself and reinterpreted by French designer Armand-Albert Rateau.

Next is the newest Givenchy Antigona bag, crafted for the season from woven raffia with accents of bright white leather and shiny hardware. The simple bag design has really stood the test of time over the past few years. No less fascinating is the Fendi First Bag, which now comes with a striking F-clasp.

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A new Petite Malle is coming from Louis Vuitton. Designed by Nicolas Ghesquière and presented at his first show, every detail of the Petite Malle bag is inspired by the history of Louis Vuitton suitcases, from its rigid construction to its signature hardware. The Petite Malle has now been reinterpreted with red mother-of-pearl and black leather trim.

And last but not least is the Saga City 18 bag from the French brand Faurè Le Page. With the Saga City, Faurè Le Page presents a timeless series of jacquard-woven bags. The touch of blue used in the pattern pays homage to the city of Paris. It should be noted that Faurè Le Page has just opened its first boutique in Jakarta under MASARI Group at Plaza Indonesia.

Interestingly, this is actually her second appearance in Prestigious‘s It Bags feature, but her first solo photo shoot for the magazine. On the day of the shoot, Tiffany arrived in a simple pink two-piece knit set. Her minimalist style reflects her easy-going, friendly, and friendly personality. Throughout the day, her attitude brightened the mood on set and made the whole affair very enjoyable for everyone involved. After the cameras stopped rolling and the bags were packed, Prestigious sat down with Tiffany to talk.

Hello Tiffany! So, how are you?

I feel good. I’m busy managing my brand and besides I’m also busy creating video content for TikTok and Instagram.

You have a shoe label called Mon Rue. Can you tell us a little bit about it?

My label Mon Rue is already two years old. It focuses on trendy new classic colored shoes. We were pretty badly hit during the pandemic but things are picking up again now.

There must be many challenges to running your own business, right?

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The biggest challenge for me is always finding inspiration and making the right decision. I think every company has to figure out what’s right for them, think about the risks and also make sure everything is calculated correctly. And all this just to make sure the customers like your product, are excited about your product and have no doubts to buy your goods.


On the other hand, what are some of the benefits of running your own brand?

The best thing about own branding, I would say, is that your vision is 100 percent uncompromising. It always stays true to your inspiration. And in my case I have the tI have to figure out what to do. Besides managing the business, if I get invites to events and have to go – because of my job as a creator – I still have time to go.

Where do you usually get your inspiration from when designing shoes for Mon Rue?

I’ve been following different brands since I was a kid. Most of these are western brands. When I design a shoe, I try to think of a moment when I want to wear that shoe. I’m also inspired by romantic moments like a dinner or a trip through Paris. I get inspiration from places and people. With color schemes, I’m trying to figure out what colors are in, what styles are in… and from there I gather all the information and create something from those categories.

Now let’s get to today’s photo shoot. Which of all six looks you present today is your favorite?

Definitely the Hermès look. Not only because Hermès has always been classic and iconic, but also so comfortable and so easy to move around in. I can well imagine wearing this look in Paris or other places on vacation.


Do you remember your first designer bag?

Yes. It was a bright neon yellow Proenza Schouler bag. I think I was 12 and I was really into bright colors back then. Now I prefer toned down shades. But I still have the bag to this day.

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What bag do you like today?

Now I try to choose my bags based on the value they will keep. Now that I’m an adult I understand more of value. So when I buy a bag, I want it to be an investment.


What are your favorite labels?

My favorite labels now are Alaïa, definitely Hermès, Chanel… and I really love and get inspired by Jacquemus too.

How would you describe your personal style?

I think I’m quite a chameleon. As a YouTuber, I sometimes get bored of wearing the same looks or styles over and over again. So I change depending on the occasion. For example, if I want to have a more leisurely day and go to the mall by myself, I tend to wear very comfortable and minimalist clothes.

It’s also difficult to choose just one style. There are so many things to wear. But I love blazers and suits. I think they are so iconic and timeless and you can never go wrong with them. Whenever I’m wearing a suit or a very classic design, I try to use a statement piece to elevate the look.


What do you usually do in your free time?

I either spend them with my dog, my family or probably go out with my friends. Just live life.

Do you have a quote you live by?

Yes, it is, “Do your best and let God do the rest.”

Finally, if you could turn back time, what would be the most important piece of advice you would give yourself?

Trust yourself and just live life. don’t regret it


photographer Gema Ramadan | styling Safina Harys | styling assistant Bagoes Abyoso & Dwiki Aditya | photographer assistant Fahreza Fikri Maulana | Form Ami Becks | hair Tumin hairdresser


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