What’s in a name? Shiloh by ACNE

What’s in a name? dievca was obsessed with the Acne “Shiloh” bag. she didn’t see it when it came out in 2010 — she had to search out resale sites to successfully add the bag to her collection. dievca bought the brown version in 2015.

As a submissive who loves to be chained, the hardware store links speak to her. The leather reminds her of Master’s Collar and Cuffs. The bag brings to mind where dievca finds her peace; restrained, connected and sitting at Master’s knee.

ACNE Shiloh Black Crossbody Bag 3

ACNE Shiloh Black Crossbody Bag 2

ACNE Shiloh Black Crossbody Bag

Shiloh (Heb: שִׁלוֹ ,שִׁילֹה ,שִׁלֹה, and שִׁילוֹ variably) was an ancient city in Samaria mentioned in the Hebrew Bible. It was the major cultic centre of Israel before the first Temple was built in Jerusalem.

The meaning of the word “Shiloh” is unclear. Sometimes it is translated as the Messianic title that means He Whose It Is or as Pacific, Pacificator or Tranquility that refers to the Samaritan Pentateuch. Regardless, the name of Shiloh the town is derived from שלה (shala) and may be translated as Tranquility Town (or Fair Haven or Pleasantville).

As the bag’s design inspires peace in dievca’s D/s mind —
ACNE’s choice of name is inspired.
Tranquility + Haven = Peace
“Shiloh”

 

ACNE Shiloh Tan Crossbody Bag


6 Comments on “What’s in a name? Shiloh by ACNE”

  1. Pelelotus says:

    Looks like a decent evening bag x

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  2. shygirl says:

    Nice! Love that!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. zaychishka says:

    I can see why you’d obsess over it! It would make for an amazing evening bag.. And I like its hardware.. The chain.. To those metal circles on the front.

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