Fann Wong has cemented a place in the hearts of Singaporeans since her debut in 1994. Besides being an award-winning actress, Fann has also released multiple albums and sung many iconic theme songs.
Happily married to fellow actor Christopher Lee with whom they have a son Zed, Fann has maintained her popularity throughout the years, even though she has shifted her focus from acting to looking after her son. Lately, she has been honing her baking skills and creating swoon-worthy desserts on Instagram that have had many of us trying our hands at recreating. In fact, she also launched her own online pastry shop Fanntasy in October 2021, shortly after she hosted and judged in a baking show.
Beyond admiring her sweet food creations, we also love Fann for her feminine yet relatable sense of style. Ahead, we’ve rounded up 21 handbags that have been well-loved by Fann Wong.
Fann Wong is channeling old Hollywood glamour with this classy outfit that she paired with a classic Gucci Bamboo 1947 bag. Embodying the House’s signature style, the bag is distinguished by the curved bamboo handle whose hand-crafted nature makes each bag unique. Carry it in your hand or attach the two detachable straps: green and red web or oatmeal leather, and sling it across as a crossbody.
Fann Wong stuns in Louis Vuitton while she dines amongst the fishes. The bag in question is none other than Louis Vuitton’s iconic Capucines BB handbag in Topaze. Not only does it match the ambience of the restaurant, but the bag also comes with an iridescent finish on the LV Initials and jewel-like handle rings that adds a pop of colour and contrast to the statement bag.
Fann Wong kept it simple and chic with this outfit for the Spring-Summer collection trunk show. Here, she opts for the iconic Louis Vuitton Capucines Mini to add some sparkle to her look. A work of art, this bag is in fact covered in more than 6,000 crystals and another 223 on the signature LV in dark ruthenium metal.
The Petite Malle, which literally translates to ‘little trunk’, is one of the more popular bags from the luxury House. Paying homage to Louis Vuitton’s luggage history, the Petite Malle is a miniature version of the House’s original trunks and it even bears all the signature elements, including the gold-finished S-lock, polished metal fittings and the monogram canvas. You can carry it as a clutch or use the detachable straps and sling it as a crossbody.
Whether you’re making a bold statement or you’re playing it cool, this iconic bag from Valentino is a must-have in your wardrobe. While she celebrates her off day on a yacht, Fann Wong is seen flaunting her Mini One Stud Handbag.
While the vibrant fuchsia colourway may be intimidating to some at first, we definitely feel that the highlighter hue can instantly add some pizzazz to your wardrobe.
If a roomy bag that can store all your essentials (and whatnots) is what you’re looking for, then you’ll definitely dig this number from Valentino. Thanks to its removable shoulder straps, this bag doubles as a shoulder bag and a crossbody and it’s a great accessory to carry especially when you’re out running errands or in this case, exploring the vineyards in Australia.
Dressed in a black top, Fann started the year with a ginger-yellow Louis Vuitton Capucines handbag complete with the soft leather scrunchie top handle. The Capucines bag was released in 2013 and is known for its clean lines inspired by Louis Vuitton’s first store in Rue Neuve-des-Capucines in 1854.
The hot pink bag accenting Fann’s neutral white and grey outfit is the Love bag from Barbara Milano. The Milanese brand was founded by brothers Giuseppe and Luigi in the 70s after falling in love with traditional Italian leather craftsmanship. The Love bag is also available in teal.
This petite top handle bag that Fann’s carrying is actually made with a bamboo top handle crafted with flame, with a process created by Florentine artisans. A detachable strap is also available to transform the bag into a shoulder bag.
Available in Mini and Nano sizes, this Cartier handbag features a double C clasp alongside its sleek, boxy silhouette. There are six other colours to choose from, including the classic Cartier red.
Under the helm of creative director Jeremy Scott, Moschino has become known for its unique, playful designs. This handbag features a farmscape pattern complete with cows, and is part of the Fall/Winter 2021 collection that’s complete with various matching outfits.
This Fendi accordion-style purse is fitted with a metal FF clasp and python-printed elaphe leather details. You can carry it as a shoulder bag like what Fann did here, or as a crossbody bag.
Part of Valentino’s signature Stud collection, the shoulder bag is made with grainy calfskin and has the recognisable VLogo clasp and chain shoulder strap with the studded design. It is also available in black and Valentino’s maroon hue.
The adorable mini bag that Fann sports here is actually a bag charm! It is a nano version of the Fendi First bag and can hold AirPods. Pair it as a bag charm or carry it on its own on a night out.
On days when Fann needs more bag space, she taps on Coach’s roomy Field Tote 30. Besides the ivory colour, the monogrammed bag also comes in blue, navy and dark green.
A result of the collaboration between Moncler’s Genius program and JW Anderson, this puffy down-filled bag is a creative departure from the usual handbag silhouettes. The bag also comes with an adjustable detachable brown pin-buckle strap.
The versatile shoulder bag seen on Fann here is the Trifolio bag from Salvatore Ferragamo. The defining feature of this purse is the Gancio buckle and a flap bag silhouette.
Must de Cartier is another design within Cartier’s world of bags, and it is recognised by the signature Cartier medallion that takes centre stage. There are various silhouettes and sizes available in the Must de Cartier range.
Made with light gold karung sea snake leather, this mini bag from Bulgari features the iconic Serpenti closure inspired by a heritage watch from the 1960s.
It looks like Fann is into the cool, grungy design of Valentino’s Stud bags. This version is not made with leather but instead, with knitted material complete with the discernable maxi studs.
Fans of monograms would instantly recognise Coach’s signature C-patterned jacquard. The Swinger shoulder bag is based on a 1980s archival design that has been modernised for today’s preference.