From Carrie Brandshaw’s closet: the 2000’s Fendi baguette shoulder bag, here carried by Emili Sindlev.
MY PICK: 1990-2000 Zucca floral-embroidered Baguette shoulder bag available at FARFETCH
(Photo via @emilisindlev)
The handbags with the highest resale values…
The Hermès Evelyne, here carried by Marianne Theodorsen and available at FARFETCH
* Designed by Evelyne Bertrand in 1978, the Evelyne bag from Hermès has proven itself an iconic piece. Presented in bright yellow leather, this Evelyne TPM shoulder bag is punctuated with the recognisable perforated H logo to the front.
(Photo via @marianne_theodorsen)
The Hermès Kelly 28 handbag, here carried by Tine Andrea.
* Named after Grace Kelly in 1977, the Kelly bag from Hermès became one of the most sought-after styles in the world. Crafted from box calf leather with gold-tone hardware, the handbag became famous as Princess Grace Kelly constantly matched the trapeze-shaped piece to many of her outfits.
The Hermès Birkin 30 handbag, here carried by Anouk Yve.
* Designed by Hermès’ artistic director Jean-Louis Dumas in 1983 with actress Jane Birkin in mind, the Birkin bag is now considered the epitome of handbags. Constructed with a spacious trapeze-shaped body and delicate metal feet for added structure, this Birkin 35 version is crafted from their signature Taurillon Clemence leather in a sky blue hue.
Felicia Akerstrom and the Louis Vuitton Keepall Travel Bag. MY PICK: 2010 pre-owned Macassar Keepall Bandouliere 45 travel bag
* Designed by Georges Vuitton in 1896, Louis Vuitton’s monogram canvas has since become an iconic house symbol. Here, it constructs this Macassar Keepall Bandouliere 45 travel bag, framed with black leather trims.