capacious kə-ˈpā-shəs adjective
: large in the amount something can hold
The word capacious has appeared in 51 articles on NYTimes.com in the past year, including on Oct. 3 in “What to Wear, According to the Spring 2020 Catwalks” by Elizabeth Paton:
In New York, Sies Marjan and Proenza Schouler went supersize, with space for every essential. The XXL trend continued in Milan, where Bottega Veneta showed giant slouchy cross-strap leather bags and Hugo Boss had canary yellow drawstring backpacks. At Fendi, models came down the runway swinging capacious maxi totes.
In Paris, Stella McCartney introduced giant woven circular baskets, and Lanvin gave hardy luxe duffels an update. What could it all mean? Micro bags may still be around, but jumbo accessories create the bigger impression.