Released in 2010, Stella McCartney’s Falabella bag has remained a favorite of bag lovers everywhere. Staying true to McCartney’s cruelty-free philosophy, Falabella bags are vegan, usually produced with artificial leather, though this version is made with quilted denim and features silver-tone hardware with a drawstring closure.
This circa 2006 Louis Vuitton Mini Pleaty Raye bag is a rare find these days. Its striped, two-tone denim exterior features the classic Louis Vuitton monogram, a gold-tone closure, leather handle and an alcantara lined interior. Its baguette shape is giving us Carrie Bradshaw vibes.
The Chanel Boy
The Louis Vuitton Hobo Baggy
We can’t deny that the Louis Vuitton Baggy Monogram’s resurgence has been aided by the likes of Arianna Grande and Kylie Jenner going back into the LV vault and popularizing this classic line once again. Crafted from monogram print in washed denim fabric, this bag features a vachetta lather trim, two exterior flap pockets with push-lock closures and a front zippered pocket. It makes for a perfect casual everyday tote.
Named after a seaside resort in the Normandy region of France, this Chanel Deauville Tote is one of the brand’s most popular bags. Crafted of dark blue denim, it features a Chanel logo and the address of Coco’s famous Paris flat. It also has leather top handles, a chain link shoulder strap, and a fabric interior with several pockets.
The Gucci Marmont
The Pearly Gucci Marmont Matelasse features a chevron quilted denim and is accented with a pearl-studded GG logo, originally from a buckle designed in the 1970s, which was revived to huge acclaim in the Gucci Marmont collection under the guidance of creative director Alessandro Michele in 2016. This sleek, yet detailed bag is an ideal accessory for both day and night.