We all know her as a screenwriter, actress, producer, and film director. However, Sofia Coppola seems to have made a successful headway into the fashion world too. Her first capsule collection for Louis Vuitton back in 2009 had an immense success. Therefore, for fall/winter 2010-2011, they have joined forces again creating a new collection of handbags through which Sofia Coppola tries to bring a reinterpretation of the classic Speedy and Keepall.

Her relaxed an chic personal style is highly reflected into this line with simple, casual, effortless styling for the handbags, yet very practical, versatile, spacious and chic. The colors used are dark green, black, white, gray, monogram or chocolate made from calf leather. There is something special about this collection and maybe this is its wearable side that allows you to wear a handbag for different occasions, whether we are talking about a daytime event or a more formal, evening one.

If you are looking for something classic, laidback and relaxed, yet a sophisticated and polished style, one of this handbags can certainly help you achieve this, as the fall/winter 2010-2011 collection totally encapsulates Sofia’s tasteful simplicity and chic vision. The collection comes with new colors and sizes, even a smaller version to the coveted SC Bag. The expanded Sofia Coppola for Louis Vuitton brings new colors in addition to Cobalt and Suede Asphalt, which include Cream, Chocolate and Suede Donkey.

The expanded collection is just as beautiful as Sofia’s first ocollection and there is no doubt that it will become a must-have for all fashion icons. In addition to adding new colors and sizes, she has designed her signature SC bag in alligator. Sofia Coppola herself appeared in the Louis Vuitton and Sofia Coppola 2010 campaign. The new collection is available at Louis Vuitton stores starting October 1st 2010.

Sofia Coppola is not a newcomer in the fashion world as she was not only once an intern in Chanel. Moreover, she also found her own fashion brand in Tokyo. It was back in 2009 when she designed the first generation of Louis Vuitton and Sofia Coppola series of shoes and bags. This season, they teamed again in order to flawlessly combine simplicity, effortless, elegance, and luxury.