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It’s been a while since the Givenchy Mini Antigona bag was first released earlier this year. There were some errors when it came to the sizing differences when the bag was first reported in a previous post, which has since been updated. As a result, here’s a better analysis of the differences between the Givenchy Mini Antigona bag and the Givenchy Small Antigona bag. Pictured is a side by side comparison of the small and mini when carried to get an idea of the differences in size. The most noticeable difference is the length of strap, the mini can be worn cross-body at 37″ in length while the small is similar to the classic Medium size where the strap is only shoulder length at 22″. The option of carrying the bag cross-body is only available in the mini size. In additon, there is about a 2.5″ difference in height and width that make the mini substantially smaller than the next largest size. The size measurements in inches show that the Givenchy Antigona Mini is also much closer to a Celine Nano bag (ie. 8″ x 8″).
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|Givenchy Small Antigona Bag||$2,125 USD (starting)||9.45″H x 11.0″W x 6.50″D|
|Givenchy Mini Antigona Bag||$1,595 USD||7.7″H x 8.7″W x 5.3″D|
In terms of features, both do not differ very much other than the variation in the strap as the Mini has an adjustable buckle. The hardware decoration and interior styling remain relatively the same.
This pink version of the Antigona bag is currently available at Lane Crawford for a limited time. Note that the small size is already sold out in the pink. Also, the prices listed vary as the listed prices from Lane Crawford include all import duties and taxes to the United States as the store is located in Hong Kong. Check Lane Crawford directly for more information and availability.