The Fendi Zucca Chef bag.
Photo © C M Cordeiro-Nilsson for CMC 2010
For anyone looking for a convenient grab bag, one that is roomy and can take the wear and tear of everyday use, I would like to recommend the Fendi Zucca Chef. This nifty bag is one of the few hobo bags that has caught my attention lately with its softer, more rounded shape than my regular choice of LV’s.
Despite what I thought it looking rather small when it sat on the shelves, the good point with its soft and flexible walls is that it can indeed accommodate quite a few irregular shaped objects such as an SLR camera, wallet, notepad, the latest Stieg Larsson, a foldable umbrella and more, we might find indispensable any certain day.
The design of this bag is uncomplicated, with just one main compartment and an inner pocket, both closing with zippers. A favourite detail on this bag in particular – the pleats mid-way in the bag that also gives this bag its roomy inside.
The Fendi Zucca Chef bag has been with me for a while now and I can safely say that the good material and craftsmanship makes it a good choice for anyone looking for the quality that ideally should come with good design in something that is ultimately made to be used.
The 8 inch strap drop allows for the bag to sit comfortably under the arm.
The Fendi ‘Borsa Chef’ in brown monogram jacquard features:
- Fendi’s signature Zucca Material – Fendi Monogram Style
- Main Compartment secures with a zip closure and features a separate
- Interior Zipper Pocket
- Goldtone Hardware
- Leather Strap and Trim
- Dimensions: 15″W x 9″H x 4″D
- Strap drop: 8″
All with its unmistakable Italian make and feel.
Overall, a convenient grab bag for my purposes, with the dark monogram jacquard making it hardy too for everyday use at home, work and in-between.