nana-nana has just unveiled a new set of silhouettes for its PVC bags. Following the label’s “AKIRA ART WALL PROJECT” bags from November, the label has added the “PVC SQUARE,” “PVC BUCKET” and “PVC RECTANGLE” to its expansive catalog.
The “PVC SQUARE” is a boxy pouch bag marked with “A5” emblazoned at the front, a new addition to the label’s “A Series.” Made in the shape of a small shopping bag, the accessory sees two ovular cutouts at the top as handlebars as well as translucent shoulder straps that can be removed. At the back, a playful print of a receipt is etched, detailed with a “thank you” note and a barcode at the bottom.
The “PVC BUCKET,” as its name denotes, bears a cylindrical mold in the shape of a plastic bucket. It comes with a thick handlebar and a skinny shoulder strap that can be detached via silver-toned lobster clasps. Keeping a minimal design, the only prints that appear over the piece is a tiny “n” logo at the front and “nana-nana” branding on the handle — coming in white, transparent, purple, black and orange. Lastly, the “PVC RECTANGLE” is the smallest silhouette among all three. Like the previous piece, the bag boasts the same handles, with the same logos. As a final touch, its metallic button closure and slim shoulder strap round up the bag’s design.
nana-nana’s “PVC BUCKET” will be available on April 18 on nana-nana’s website for $100 USD, followed by the “PVC SQUARE” and “PVC RECTANGLE” on the 25th.
In case you missed it, check out nana-nana’s collaboration with Japanese OG label REVOLVER.