Valentino's Latest Crossbody Bag Features Red Dragon Art by Roger Dean

Take your fantasy, sci-fi-inspired style to the next level.

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Valentino is upping its fantasy-inspired direction this season, and it’s been more evident with the house’s collaboration with renowned, U.K. fantasy artist Roger Dean. Dean is known for his colorful, hyperrealistic works as he’s been tapped by the movie industry as well as musicians for posters and other original works.

For a crossbody release, Valentino applies a red dragon design to the front of the bag. The lush backdrop of the image is accented by the flying creature coming across the graphic from left to right. It comes with an adjustable body strap and fitted with a zip closure. The piece would be a great complement to bold, solid-colored looks. The bag retails for $755 USD at Selfridges.

For another bag option consider this bamboo duffel by Feng Chen Wang.

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