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Move along oversized totes and extra-large luggage, it’s time for the micro bag to shine. Hitting the runway hot this season was teeny-tiny holding accessories. Here, have a look: 

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A bag for your mints and only your mints. The miniscule two-inch long Jacquemus ‘Le Chiquito’ bag was most definitely the smallest thing to come out of Paris Fashion Week.

Brandon Maxwell

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When it comes to accessories, Brandon Maxwell is always on trend. Last season was the Rosé Champagne tote—this time it’s the cigarette code locked box.

Paco Rabanne

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Who knew small could get so glam? Paco Rabanne brought bijou-bling to the runway this fall with a micro tote that featured cascading fringed crystals.

Ermanno Scervino

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Go micro or go home. Italian fashion house Ermanno Scervino debuted its Fall 2019 collection at Milan Fashion Week this Feb, and it featured many accessories of an itsy-bitsy ilk.

Alexander McQueen

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Alexander McQueen put its signature punk twist on this season’s micro accessory. The mirrored mini bag featured an abundance of metallic chains.

Emilio Pucci

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With all of this miniature mayhem taking course, Emilio Pucci took it up a notch by rocking the belt and micro bag trend this Fall. The two-in-one staple featured Pucci’s signature prints and keychain straps.

Givenchy
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Givenchy’s lanyard-purse hybrid throws away all of the woes that come with holding a real handbag.

(See also: 7 Biggest Fashion Moments In 2019 (So Far))

Tags: Trend Report, Fashion Week, Fashion Month, Micro Trend, Micro Bag, Bags, Accessories