- Chanel 2.55
- Lady Dior
- <a href="/fashion/people-and-parties/fashion-designer-marc-jacobs">Louis Vuitton</a> Speedy
- Lulu Guinness
- Gucci bamboo bag
This bag, which was released back in 1955, continues to be on every girl’s lust list. Coco Chanel came up with this shoulder-strap bag because she realised that women were having to carry their bags in their hands all along. Its design first had a mademoiselle lock but it was only later that Karl Lagerfeld introduced the C’s as the locks.
It’s hard to miss the Lady Dior campaign with Marion Cotillard as the face of the brand. But little do you know that this bag was born back in 1955 and is named after Lady Diana whom it was gifted to. The bag has signature Dior Cannage stitching—a quality that makes it one of the most coveted luxury bags of the world.
<a href="/fashion/people-and-parties/fashion-designer-marc-jacobs">Louis Vuitton</a> Speedy
This one’s got its zip-top shape along with the shoulder strap and top handle combo. The Speedy is so iconic that several bag brands have imitated it over the years. Not many know that it was Audrey Hepburn who is actually responsible for the creation of the bag since she first requested LV to turn the Keepall travel bag into a smaller size—something that led to the birth of the Speedy.
Designer Lulu Guinness has often stated that her influences behind the famous lip clutch is none other than Salvador Dali’s Mae West lip couch from 1937. Launched in 2004, this bag soon became every star’s red carpet favourite. The original clutch came in red snakeskin but given the popularity that this bag attained in little time, it is now available in variety of designs.
Gucci bamboo bag
Created in 1947, the bamboo-handle was actually because of the war time shortage. But it was due to this bag that Gucci almost became synonymous with its bamboo prints. So much so that after the bamboo bag, Gucci lovers witnessed bamboo on scarves as well as watch straps!