Goyard is one of the few luxury brands that releases new styles with little to no fanfare. In fact, if you don’t pay close enough attention it’s very easy to miss when new styles are launched as the brand chooses to keep things hush hush, steering clear of flashy runway shows, editorial previews and public launches. The brand even held off making its instagram debut until 2016, years after most major fashion houses had begun to utilize the social channel as a marketing tactic. Thus, news and details of fresh new styles is hard to come by, but today we’ve got a treat for you. We’re giving you all the details on Goyard’s newest bag complete with elusive price information. Meet the Goyard Saint-Leger Bag.

This bag is a contemporary take on a Goyard classic—the iconic St. Lucie, which was the ideal travel companion. The Saint-Leger bag works double time as it can transform from a backpack into a soft travel bag, and it easily folds to fit into a larger bag, making it an ideal extra travel bag. In classic Goyardine Canvas the Saint-Leger Bag is incredibly lightweight and durable. It meticulously marries Goyard’s classic style with a modern twist. The Saint-Leger Bag is available in one size, and 4 colors. Black, and black/tan retail for $2,380, while navy and grey are priced at $3,090. For availability visit Goyard.com or call 212-813-0005.

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Master Green
Master Green
3 years ago

Unlike others on this thread, I have no problem with the Goyardine. However, I find this model to be uninspired and it looks uncomfortable for a backpack.

Sandy K
Sandy K
3 years ago
Reply to  Master Green

I agree. It’s not an in your face print like most of the other big names. When I read backpack, I was hoping for something less structured.

Kate
Kate
3 years ago

I like Goyard, but I hate this particular bag.

Sandy K
Sandy K
3 years ago
Reply to  Kate

I like Goyard as well. Sadly, too structured for a backpack.

Sparky
Sparky
3 years ago

Absolutely hideous. No wonder they are hush-hush about launches.

Lina Lee
Lina Lee
3 years ago
Reply to  Sparky

I agree with you that is absolutely hideous. And the price tag for bag like that it’s ridiculous.

PJGambler
PJGambler
3 years ago

I’ve never understood the appeal of this print–

Sana
Sana
3 years ago
Reply to  PJGambler

Agree!

kathrin9674
kathrin9674
3 years ago
Reply to  PJGambler

me, too

Sparky
Sparky
3 years ago
Reply to  PJGambler

The pattern works nicely in SLG’s because its small. The problem for me is the shape and design of the bags. They look cheap and frumpy which makes the print look worse

helleaux
helleaux
3 years ago
Reply to  PJGambler

I feel the same way about the MCM print.

MamaK279
MamaK279
3 years ago
Reply to  helleaux

I agree. At that price point, I don’t get it.

Sana
Sana
3 years ago
Reply to  helleaux

Same here!

Jerri R
Jerri R
3 years ago
Reply to  helleaux

MCM is tacky ugly

Bryan Lepe
Bryan Lepe
3 years ago
Reply to  Jerri R

Like taking a picture of yourself holding a crocodile birkin with 10 Cartier love bracelets stacked on one wrist lol

psny15
psny15
3 years ago
Reply to  Bryan Lepe

Hahaha ??

Sana
Sana
3 years ago
Reply to  Bryan Lepe

Ha ha!

Jerri R
Jerri R
3 years ago
Reply to  Bryan Lepe

Ain’t that the truth!

Donna Warder
Donna Warder
3 years ago
Reply to  Jerri R

Brandi, we don’t care. If you don’t want to talk handbags, then bye, bye.

Olivia Isaksson
Olivia Isaksson
3 years ago
Reply to  helleaux

I feel that way about both this and the MCM print.

memsy
memsy
3 years ago

I’ve never understood the appeal of Goyard. And, this particular bag looks like a vinyl lunch bag to me.

Jerri R
Jerri R
3 years ago
Reply to  memsy

Extremely overrated for bags with so many quality issues

Donna Warder
Donna Warder
3 years ago
Reply to  Jerri R

Seriously.

Sandy K
Sandy K
3 years ago
Reply to  Jerri R

What quality issues does Goyard have? I own several, plus a wallet and zipper pouch. All are beautifully made.

Donna Warder
Donna Warder
3 years ago
Reply to  Sandy K

There’s a big problem with the strap of the St. Louis. Because it’s painted, it peels easily.

Yo Momma
Yo Momma
3 years ago
Reply to  Sandy K

Couldn’t agree more. The SLGs wear like iron and are so nice & light.

jackiequeue
jackiequeue
3 years ago
Reply to  memsy

That’s honestly kinda why I like it. But it’s also exactly why I wouldn’t put out $3K for it.

Bryan Lepe
Bryan Lepe
3 years ago

The navy one is more attractive than the tan one.

Olivia Isaksson
Olivia Isaksson
3 years ago

Please make a post about Simon Miller bags! 🙂

Vlad Dusil
Vlad Dusil
3 years ago

Thanks for suggesting, we’ll check’em out!

Olivia Isaksson
Olivia Isaksson
3 years ago
Reply to  Vlad Dusil

Thanks! How fun! I’m looking forward to it! 🙂

Syoo
Syoo
3 years ago

Please do it! ?

Aliza Zibkoff
Aliza Zibkoff
3 years ago

The silhouette is just so blah! And the price tag makes it even less appealing. I agree the print is a textured bore but at least used on the St. Louis the silhouette is attractive and practical.

Candee
Candee
3 years ago

I don’t understand what anyone sees in the Goyard brand. It’s bland, unimaginative and just plain ugly.

Christian Morales
3 years ago

How much is that bag?

Vlad Dusil
Vlad Dusil
3 years ago

Black, and black/tan retail for $2,380, navy and grey are priced at $3,090.

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