Live The Playful British Flair With Radley’s 20th Anniversary!

The Brits are known for their classic sense of style with a hint of cheeky charm. Amp up your outfit game with these stylish bags that scream fashion and ‘fun’-ction!

Born in 1988 in Camden Market, Radley brings its signature sense of humour to beautifully-crafted handbags and accessories. Look for the adorable Scottie dog charm dangling from your Radley bag, a fail-proof cheer-upper indeed!

In conjunction with its 20th Anniversary, Radley is releasing its limited edition Radley & Friends collection. Perfect for traipsing the streets of London or wherever your heart fancies, this collection adds a stylish finishing touch to your look – fit for the fashion conscious woman!

The Versatile Crossbody

Travel light with all your essentials in tow; a dainty crossbody does the trick instantly! This one has two front zip pockets, a back slip pocket and two inner pockets for easy access.

FOUNTAIN ROAD CROSSBODY, RM1,023

The Grown-up Tote

Make workdays worth looking forward to by dressing up like you mean it! A roomy tote is a great investment, especially when it comes in an elegant (but not boring!) colour combination.

‘PENHURST’ STRIPE SHOULDER BAG, RM1,260

The Statement Shoulder Bag

The lover of dramatic flair will love this nubuck-andleather flap-over with eye-catching appliqué and tassel trims. Transition effortlessly from work to weekend with a tailored pantsuit or a boho-chic ensemble.

‘LEIGHTON HOUSE’ SHOULDER FLAPOVER, RM1,260

The Printed Backpack

This small but mighty backpack keeps your stuff safely stashed away for hands-free daily commutes or adventures. With plenty of pockets inside and out, you’ll have no problem staying organised.

‘BABINGTON’ STRIPE BACKPACK, RM1,120

Find Radley’s boutique at Isetan KLCC, Pavilion KL, Parkson 1 Utama, Gurney Plaza and Robinsons The Gardens. Shop your favourite bags online at www.radley.com.my. Free shipping for all orders!

From the print edition November 2018. Original text by Michelle Tan. Additional text by Rachel Dulis.

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