In keeping with previous season, we didn’t get to see all the accessories goods at Alexander Wang Fall 2011. Wang tends to leave the bigger bags for press photos and send clutches down the runway in order to give us a diminutive taste of what’s to come for the season purses, and that’s exactly what he did, this time with little wallet-sized clutches and handheld bags with fur tassels.

We’ve been anticipating the buckle-and-strap-covered Alexander Wang Ingrid Satchel and Alexander Wang Kristen Tote ever since stock photos of Wang’s Spring 2011 collection emerged, and now that a few colors are available at PurseBlog favorite Net-a-Porter, it’s time to do a more thorough inspection of the line’s most eye-catching design.

It’s exceedingly rare that I see a bag from Alexander Wang that I don’t like or appreciate in any way, and it looks as though Wang’s Spring 2011 bags will continue that trend in full force.

The Alexander Wang Trudy Tote not only does not match with what I could expect Trudy Campbell to carry but also is a bland accessory for the brand.

Spotted at the Chipotle on Park and 31st. The lovely Melody with her Alexander Wang Rocco Duffle. She mentioned she loves the bag, but at times finds it heavy. She prefers to hold it in the crook of her arm instead of utilizing the shoulder strap.

I am not a backpack person. I never really was. When it came to school, I was a messenger bag kind of girl. But right now I am all about the backpack and of course that is because of designer extraordinaire Alexander Wang.

Chanel (and more recently, Marc Jacobs) has made an empire out of diamond quilting, but even for the most ardent fan of the Classic Flap bags, it can get a little repetitive. Still, quilting is one of the best and most versatile ways to add texture and detail to a handbag, and it shouldn’t be discounted just because so many others have done it in the past.

Dear Alexander Wang,

I apologize. While I did say that the color of your new mustard bags on ShopBop may not represent your bags well, I did not realize how off the color could be. A reader kindly pointed us in the direction of your website and if the mustard hue you used on your bags looks like it does on your website, then job well-done.

If it didn’t look absolutely ridiculous, I would have titled this thread, “Alexander Wang welcomes a new color that is similar to a color you welcome when changing the diaper of a new baby”. Let me preface this by saying that I actually love hues of yellow and even a mustard color when done right.

Alexander Wang is sticking with the bags that are working for him for his fall 2010 line. While there may be some new additions, the classics from Alexander Wang will remain staples. These include the Rocco, Brenda, and Diego.