Street Style’s Most Irresistible Accessory Just Got Trippy

Photo: Courtesy of Paula Cademartori.
Milan-based designer Paula Cademartori has been a fixture of Fashion Week and every street style personality's ensemble for the past couple years. Her pieces deliver the top-notch craftsmanship and quality you'd expect of any Milanese accessories label, but the colors, patterns, and feminine-meets-futuristic vibes are what draws your eye to her designs. They're eye candy in every way, and in this look at the fall ’15 collection, the newest designs get the attention they deserve. Turns out, they’re just as impactful even when not tucked under the arm of a fashion insider.

For the collection's lookbook, the Versace-educated designer set her eponymous accessory line against psychedelic backgrounds, and that's just the start. The bags levitate, colors clash, and disembodied hands come into play. The shots not only speak to the designer's ways with calfskin, suede, exotic leathers, and high-tech materials, but also her ability to create pieces that stand on their own as art. These trippy compositions could stand up against a Paula Cademartori street style outfit captured by the lens of Tommy Ton or Bill Cunningham.

Of course, all the real fun is in wearing the handbags (and shoes, and keychains). Start with the photos ahead, and get ready for style stardom in earnest when the full collection arrives in stores this summer.
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Photo: Courtesy of Paula Cademartori.
The choice to colorblock in suede, calfskin, and patent leather in this heel was a bold one. So bold it's just right.
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Photo: Courtesy of Paula Cademartori.
Fringe isn't going out of style anytime soon, so why not update it with a bright aqua hue? Paula's signature buckle seals the deal.
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Photo: Courtesy of Paula Cademartori.
For those of you who already own a Prada robot or one of those adorable little Fendi fur creatures, the "Powermartori" keychain is just for you. Paula calls this one "the naughty doll."
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Photo: Courtesy of Paula Cademartori.
Sometimes a baby bag is all you need. This one packs plenty of imagination into its diminutive size.
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Photo: Courtesy of Paula Cademartori.
A clutch for all occasions, this little guy has the power to turn heads. The contrast between the playful sequins and the industrial-looking metals make it something you'll reach for time and again.
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