Bag of the Week: Dolce & Gabbana Leopard Print Miss Sicily Bag

For this week, we decided to pick a bag that has withstood years of new trends to remain a classic. It is from a collection that pays tribute to a beautiful island in Italy; a place which continually inspires the ideas and creativity of a brand well-loved around the world. The bag in the limelight is the Miss Sicily by Dolce & Gabbana, and we’ve picked the one in leopard print.

Dolce & Gabbana Miss Sicily
Dolce and Gabbana Leopard Print Coated Canvas Medium Miss Sicily Tote

Extravagance, femininity and elegant glamour are traits that express the designs by Dolce & Gabbana best. We see the same celebratory spirit in all the Sicily bags. Part of the reason why we chose this printed bag is that Dolce & Gabbana has gained a reputation of popularising leopard prints in the most fashionable way. From garments to shoes and bags, the prints have shone to become a signature of the brand. So, although the Sicily is already so famous, the print on this one adds a more personalised feel.

The bag in detail:

Dolce & Gabbana Miss SicilyDolce & Gabbana Miss Sicily

Leopard-printed canvas with leather piping has been used to form the body, the flap, and inverted side gussets while gold-tone hardware forms the two cylindrical bars in support of the shapely leather handle on top. The brand’s engraved plaque sits on the front and to store your essentials, the flap can be lifted by separating the snap button. A detachable shoulder strap lends the finishing touch to this gorgeous creation. It is clear that skilled hands in Italy have worked with care and devotion to make this bag come alive.

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The Sicily bag has seen countless adaptations, appearing in new updates with each season while coincidentally validating the fact that it is a bag of versatility. Click through to find out the other versions we love:


Yanchanbeni Ngullie

Assistant Manager - Content

Yan is a dreamer and a wolfish book-collector. She is also a novice writer who believes that as long as people have feelings, inspiration will exist and pen will meet paper.

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