Via Theory

Beginning January 15th, Theory will be selling its own line of accessories for the very first time. The brand, founded in 1997 (which recently rehired original designer Lisa Kulson after the departure of creative director Olivier Theyskens), hired a complete accessories team that will be focusing on handbags and shoes.

Theory has created three bags that were designed in mind to perfectly fit the minimal, classic Theory aesthetic. “The core look, dubbed the Urban, has a leather-flap closure and is shown in both an east-west and north-south body. Tying in with the color-blocked stripe motif of the spring sportswear collection, it features doubled-up straps that are interchangeable via a swivel clip.

Via Theory
Via Theory

Other styles include the Signature, a tote available in both day and weekend versions, and the Post, a clutch done in a cross-body and shoulder style with removable straps. Made from rich, buttery leather and leather-backed suede, the bags will retail from $295 for the clutch to $745 for the leather Urban style,” says WWD.

Via Theory
Via Theory

For the brand’s shoes, Andrew Rosen (owner of Theory) worked with CFDA Fashion Fund winner Paul Andrew to design two spring shoes: “a flat crisscross sandal with an espadrille sole and a simple block-heel sandal…priced at $495 and $595, respectively,” says WWD. WWD also reports that there are plans for Theory to launch an additional five shoe styles, along with another handbag for the pre-fall season.

Are you loyal to the Theory label? Or has their newly planned expansion caught your curious eye?

 

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