Lines We Love: Hunting Season

Danielle Corona, founder and Creative Director of Hunting Season has remained affirmatively dedicated to an uncompromising sense of quality and functionality. The Miami native began her fashion career in Rome, working in the accessory atelier at Valentino under the leadership of Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli. Corona consulted on accessory design at VBH before launching the luxury accessory label Hunting Season in New York City.

Corona has simplified the pursuit of the perfect bag. With a clear design aesthetic, Hunting Season accessories manifest as timeless staples, with a strong focus on craftsmanship and excellence in materials and production. Each piece is created from exotic skins and leathers sourced from the finest tanneries in the world and features handmade Italian hardware. The structure and design of each bag, as well as exact placement of the skin is well considered with every piece to highlight each unique detail.

For Resort 2017, the primary focus on quality remains ever-present. Raffia clutches and sunshine yellow bucket bags make their strong debut. The hand carved, wooden table lighters make for divine home decor. As with previous seasons, each handbag proves it is a transitional, season-less masterpiece. The Iraca Flap Clutch is texturally appealing, incorporating a duality. Impeccable beauty manifests the Trunk available in both lizard and crocodile. Meanwhile, the raffia trunk reflects a Colombian aesthetic. Hunting Season’s Lizard Small Cross-body and Sunset Lizard Compact pose as a luxurious main course with a delectable side of timeless minimalism.

Having been recognized and favored by international press and celebrities alike, amidst a market saturated with brand logos and heavily designed accessories, Hunting Season handbags embody discreet yet confident, effortless luxury.

About the Author

Jennifer Paccione is a fashion editor who shares her time between New York City and Milan. She has been featured and published with respected magazines internationally in various languages. She currently acts as contributing editor for publications including Bulgari Magazine, The Fashionable Lampoon, Fashion to Max and RedMilk Magazine, whilst having contributed for NYLON and Editorialist. Alongside journalism, Jennifer freelances as a social media and digital marketing advisor, having already worked with brands such as Dolce & Gabbana, Alberta Ferretti and Philosophy, among many. Follow her on Instagram @jenniferpaccione