Cosette bag mega-sale: Up to 60% off Prada, Gucci and more


Cosette’s mid-year sale is heaven for bag fanatics.

Nothing completes an outfit quite like a luxury bag. Everyone’s favourite boujee brands from Saint Laurent to Burberry have huge ranges to take your look to the next level.

It’s not a surprise that these accessories can be exceptionally expensive. Thankfully, Cosette has swopped in with a mid-year sale that fashion freaks simply can’t look past. Whatever bag you’ve been eyeing off, it’s available at a major discount.

Here are our favourite deals you can shop on Cosette right now. For more must-shop sales, head over to Fashion Finder.

Best Cosette deals

Gucci Dionysus Supreme Spiritismo bag
Gucci Dionysus Supreme Spiritismo bag | $7,800 $3,900 (save $3,900)

Cosette has slashed the price of this creative and dynamic Gucci offering. Now is the perfect time to buy.

Prada Cleo Brushed Leather shoulder bag
Prada Cleo Brushed Leather shoulder bag | $3,900 $2,730 (save $1,170)

This timeless Prada piece is sure to strike envy in your peers.

Gucci Drawstring backpack
Gucci Drawstring backpack | $2,655 $1,101 (save $1,554)

Don’t settle for boring when it comes to purchasing a backpack. This Gucci deal is the perfect way to show off your unique style.

Celine Triomphe clutch
Celine Triomphe clutch | $3,650 $2,190 (save $1,460)

This understated piece can be yours for 40% off the RRP thanks to Cosette.

Gucci Horsebit shoulder bag
Gucci Horsebit shoulder bag | $2,490 $1,245 (save $1,245)

A more affordable Gucci offering has been knocked into a bargain price range thanks to this mid-year sale.

Alexander McQueen Skull 4-Ring Flower clutch
Alexander McQueen Skull 4-Ring Flower clutch | $3,870 $2,709 (save $1,161)

Alexander McQueen’s style can be described only as unique. Don’t look past this impressive deal on one of the brand’s most striking offerings.

Celine C clutch
Celine C clutch | $1,550 $620 (save $930)

Celine’s sleek, smooth and shiny clutch is the decadent

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Jack Grealish has officially entered his Gucci era

And he’s just been sighted really getting into the swing of things, having been snapped with a brand new item in the Italian house’s extensive catalogue. Papped in Manchester ahead of the new season kicking off this weekend, Grealish sported a white tee, black skinny-fit sweatpants and Nike sneakers. He carried a black vintage-style duffle bag – probably not the sort of thing you and I can afford to carry our sweaty gym kits around in – in a black variation of Gucci’s iconic GG supreme canvas. 

It’s the kind of thing we can expect from Jack Grealish in his ambassadorial role. He has opted for one subtle, albeit large, piece from the luxury brand that has seen heightened success through logomania and its dual-branded collaborations with Adidas and The North Face and its Balenciaga Hacket Project. 

Campaigns, however, are where Grealo will likely push his fashion credentials, and where we will see him in a new light. Take for instance those aforementioned ambassadors. We’ve seen Styles pose with lambs, goats and piglets in a 2018 Gucci campaign, Jared Leto who brought his own prosthetic head to the Met Gala, Lana Del Rey sprinted around a supermarket in a fern green coat with her signature lick of eyeliner, while Miley Cyrus also gucci-flora-gorgeous-gardenia”posed up a storm with a collection of pets. 

Watch this space.

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Gucci Mane Regrets “Dissin The Dead” & Calls For Stop To Trend

Gucci Mane felt accountable for rappers disparaging the dead.


The veteran rapper reconsidered his past raps on a new song titled “Dissin the Dead.” Gucci Mane hoped other artists would follow his lead and stop mentioning the deceased in disses.

“I know my tongue is a sword, I know I should be more careful with s### that I said/I feel like I started a trend that never gon’ stop, they gon’ keep dissing the dead/None of this s###’s pretend, this s### so for real, a n#### get shot in the head/Young n#### wicked on pills and going on drills, we need to stop dissing the dead,” he rapped on the song’s hook.

Gucci Mane famously dissed the dead during his feud with Jeezy. Guwop mentioned shooting and killing Jeezy’s affiliate Pookie Loc on a 2012 track titled “Truth.”

“Go dig your partner up, n####, bet he can’t say s###/And if you looking for the kid, I’ll be in Zone 6,” he rapped.

More recently, Gucci Mane mentioned Pookie Loc again on a song called “Rumors.” The Lil Durk-assisted track dropped in January.

“D.A. dropped my murder, didn’t have evidence to prove it/I think my house is haunted, yeah, by who? The ghost of Pookie,” Guwop rapped.

Since then, Gucci Mane apparently had a change of heart.

Watch the video for “Dissin the Dead” below.

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Harry Styles Helps Gucci Reclaim Top Spot in Lyst Hottest Brand Ranking

Gucci is back on the top of Lyst’s quarterly hottest brand ranking after the spot was lyst-index-1234978744/” data-ylk=”slk:taken by Balenciaga for the last nine months.;elm:context_link;itc:0″ class=”link “taken by Balenciaga for the last nine months.

Data compiled by Lyst showed that searches for Gucci jumped 286 percent in the 48 hours after the collection with Adidas was released in June. The announcement of its collaboration with British singer Harry Styles on the Ha Ha Ha collection, which will be in stores in October, as well as the “Cosmogonie” resort 2023 show in Puglia, also boosted the brand’s online engagement.

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Balenciaga dropped to second place. But given the viral haute couture show held earlier this month in Paris, featuring stars like Dua Lipa, Kim Kardashian, Nicole Kidman and Christine Quinn, the brand is likely to make a strong comeback in the upcoming ranking.

Diesel, Nike and Dolce & Gabbana saw a significant climb in the ranking, while Bottega Veneta, Moncler and Off-White dropped sharply to the bottom of the top 20 list.

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The Y2K-shaped 1DR bag issued under creative director Glenn Martens at Diesel was the hottest women’s product this quarter. As it was seen on Megan Thee Stallion, Julia Fox and Paloma Elsesser, searches for the model on Lyst jumped 317 percent in June. In general, the demand for similar style shoulder bags went up 59 percent in the period.

Another retro item making a comeback this summer is the parachute trouser from the Aughts. With more than 1 billion views on TikTok, Jaded London’s $90 tech cargo trousers were the fifth hottest product in the women’s ranking.

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Gucci now accepts Bored Ape Yacht Club-affiliated crypto ApeCoin as in-store payment

Gucci has become the first major brand to accept in-store payments of ApeCoin, the Bored Ape Yacht Club-affiliated cryptocurrency.

Customers of the high-end Italian fashion titan in America can now pay with Ape via the payment infrastructure provided by BitPay, which has also helped AMC accept digital currency payments in the past.

The move is expected to help the coin gain broader exposure and enhance the utility of the crypto, Coin Telegraph said.

Gucci, owned by French multinational Kering SA, ventured into the world of digital assets in February with the ‘SUPERGUCCI’ non-fungible token (NFTs) collection in collaboration with toy brand Superplastic.

In March, the high-end retailer unveiled the ‘Gucci Grail’ NFT collection targeted at owners of top NFT projects.

Two months after that, the company revealed it would be accepting 12 different cryptocurrencies as payment methods across North America’s 111 stores.

These were bitcoin, bitcoin cash, ethereum, wrapped bitcoin, litecoin, shiba inu, dogecoin and five US dollar stablecoins.

The 31st most popular crypto by market value, according to Coin Market Cap, jumped 14.0% to US$7.28 on the news.

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Gucci overthrows Balenciaga to become world’s hottest brand for Q2 2022

Gucci topped the prestigious The Lyst Index of the world’s hottest brands in Q2, dethroning Balenciaga, which held the spot for the last three quarters consecutively.

Gucci, under creative director Alessandro Michele, last held the spot in Q2 2021. Subsequently, Demna Gvasalia Balenciaga capitalised on a series of outstanding runway shows and collaborations with the likes of Fortnite, Kanye West and The Simpsons to rule The Lyst Index as the world’s hottest brand in Q3 2021, Q4 2021, and Q1 2022.

Why Gucci leads The Lyst Index top 20 hottest brands

Gucci world’s hottest brand q2 2022 The Lyst index

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The Lyst Index noted that Gucci’s rise in the list happened due to a series of successful launches of its latest collections.

Among these is the ‘Cosmogonie’ Resort ‘23 collection, which was presented in Puglia and the Gucci x Adidas collection which was dropped in June.

According to The Lyst Index, there was a 286 percent rise in searches for Gucci within 48 hours of its release of its collaboration with Adidas. In fact, the Gucci x Adidas Gazelle sneakers was the second hottest women’s products in The Lyst Index.

Another factor which worked in favour of Gucci was the Italian fashion brand’s collaboration with English singer-songwriter Harry Styles. Together, they launched the HA HA HA collection on 20 June in Milan, as part of Milan Men’s Fashion Week.

The collaboration included visually attractive sweater vests, flared pants, and animal-print motifs which Michele dubbed as the “dream wardrobe” for him and Styles.

The big gainers and losers in Q2

Trailing Gucci and Balenciaga on #3 on The Lyst Index of the world’s hottest brands in Q2 is Prada. The brand gained a place over the last quarter following its collaboration with Cassisus Hirst on a limited edition sneaker and its entry into Meta’s digital marketplace as

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Ashanti Looks Hot In A Gucci One-Piece Swimsuit On Instagram

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Ashanti in Gucci Swimsuit

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The summer heat has nothing on Ashanti! The multihyphenate star lit Instagram up in a Gucci one-piece, cutout swimsuit, and she looks hot!

We love it when ashanti/” class=”editor-rtfLink”Ashanti stunts on the ‘Gram. Every time she posts herself in a fly ensemble, we soak it all up. In one of her recent pictures, she is giving summer a run for its money while kicking it in Turks and Caicos. The “Foolish” singer showed off her smooth brown skin in a one-piece Gucci monogram swimsuit that fit her curves to a tee. The swimsuit featured a one-shoulder strap and a cutout middle that revealed her stomach. Ashanti paired the classic swimsuit with a Gucci head scarf and oversized hoop earrings.

Ashanti captioned her glowing image with, “Brownin…🍫.” And of course, her Instagram followers fell in love with everything about her picture. Tamar Braxton supported Ashanti’s flawless look by commenting, “Periodt.” Other celebrities and fans inundated her comment section with heart-eyes and fire emojis.

Ashanti never fails us when it comes to styling and authenticity. While this swimsuit photo is all that and then some, we are more fascinated by how comfortable she is with her natural body. In a world where Brazilian Butt Lifts dominate, we can always count on Ashanti to stay true to her God-given aesthetics.

Keep shining, Ashanti!


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The Gucci Attache Is Our Latest Obsession

The boho bag that became a Gucci staple in the ’70s is experiencing a vintage revival. The Gucci Attache is poised to be the newest It bag seen on the arms of all the fashion darlings. The metamorphosis of the Attache presents a celebration of infinite creative imagination that will warrant the attention of both bag and fashion lovers alike.

This bag moves beyond the realm of fashion as Alessandro Michele, Creative Director of Gucci, revived it to reflect and foster a narrative and gesturality outside the confines of gender. Made for him and her, the Gucci Attache is an object of everyone’s desire now.

“I was fascinated by the bag after having laid upon it a casual and fleeting glance while I was in the archive. Immediately, a desire took shape to reinterpret it and include it in the Love Parade collection for the fashion show in Los Angeles because its silhouette, typical of the ’70s, projects a very modern attitude that convinced me to draw out an eclectic symbol that could express the idea of a dual function,” said Michele.

Named after the French word meaning “hook”, the bag has us hooked with its half-moon design decorated with a metallic hook that attaches the two corners and a metal G clasp that opens and closes the silhouette.

Despite its geometric design, the bag still holds versatility with its size option and the flexibility of wear – it can be worn either on the shoulder or crossbody. With interchangeable straps – leather and Gucci’s signature Web straps – the Attache bag adds the perfect silhouette to any outfit.

The Gucci Attache will help create fashion’s boldest looks, stirring up serious drama for the season. Our tip? Don’t wait to add it to your wish list.


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Gucci expands Flora range with new eau de parfum and make-up collections

Gucci has expanded its Flora range with a new eau de parfum, Gucci Flora Gorgeous Jasmine, an eyeshadow palette and a “hybrid lipstick” which form the second chapter of the “Flora Fantasy” story.

The fragrance features jasmine at its heart, with base notes of sandalwood and benzolin, accompanied by mandarin essence and magnolia accord. Its packaging was inspired by turquoise stone and pays tribute to the Flora pattern seals to create a “dream-like influence” for shoppers.

The promotional campaign is fronted by singer Miley Cyrus, who takes customers on a “leap of imagination” which the brand says speaks to self-expression, optimism and authenticity.

Gucci Flora Gorgeous Jasmine is the second fragrance to join the range and continues the #FloraFantasy story and campaign which began with the launch of Gucci Flora Gorgeous Gardenia in 2021.

To add another dimension to the story, Gucci has also launched its latest limited edition make-up duo: Gucci Palette Beauté Des Yeux Gorgeous Flora and Gucci Rouge De Beauté Brillant Flora.

The former is an eyeshadow palette featuring 12 shades including metallic, satin and matte ones in colours such as pinks, blues and neutrals. The gold-trimmed pink case features illustrated flowers to create a “collector’s item”.

The Gucci Rouge De Beauté Brillant Flora has a vibrant colour and a composition including black rose and peony oils, along with jojoba seed oil, karité butter and hyaluronic acid which provides protection and care as well as colour.

Both are presented in packaging showcasing the distinctive Flora pattern.

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Gucci ventures into the world of NFTs

Launched last year, Gucci’s online platform Vault looks back across the fashion house’s 100 years of design history with a series of rotating ‘editions’, inspired by the layout of magazines.

Now the brand is taking its visual experiment one step further with the platform’s first online exhibition and auction of NFT artworks, which has been created in partnership with marketplace SuperRare.

The Next 100 Years of Gucci presents a selection of NFT artworks by 29 different creatives, each envisioned as a collectible fragment of the brand’s heritage – and a snapshot of what might come next for it.

Spanning cryptoart natives through to more traditional creatives who are experimenting with digital artforms, the list of artists are drawn from past Gucci collaborators along with emerging talents.

The initial slate of artists includes Alex Trochut (who CR recently spoke to about the NFT goldrush and what it means for artists), Aliina Kauranne, anchenillustration, Antoni Tudisco, Dārta Katrīna, eBoy, Kris Andrew Small, and Sasha Katz, among others.

The brand will also be hosting a series of Twitter Spaces conversations, where artist, philosopher, curator, and writer Rowynn Dumont will speak to participating artists about creating and collecting art today.

With Gucci’s reputation for championing great creative talent and putting its own stamp on trends, rather than jumping on the bandwagon, the exhibition feels like one of the more convincing brand-NFT crossovers we’ve seen, at least so far.”

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