As if on cue, celebs have suddenly swapped out the uber-distressed denim short shorts for linen blazers, summer dresses and all the elegant wardrobe staples we associate with summer. This celeb bag roundup also features a very visceral, summery mix of colors and textures: off-whites, light greys, linens and stitched leathers.


It’s July, and celebs are sporting some premium peak summer looks. It’s just teased hair, short shorts, mini-dresses and mesh for days. Summer celebs are probably my favorite celebs. Their bag selections are both brightly colored or neutral.


It’s almost as if the powers that be at Louis Vuitton sent out a secret, celebrities-only missive instructing all their celeb field operatives to bust out their newest, nicest Louis Vuitton bags if they wanted to remain in the brand’s favor.


Pity the A-list celebrity daughter: born into wealth and privilege, hounded by the paparazzi simply because of her heritage, able to get her hands on any luxury item she desires with just a little namedropping…wait, did I say “pity”?


Celebrities blitzed through airports all over the world this week with designer bags that demanded our attention. Natural leathers, python and primary colors seem to be particularly in this week, and there are a few especially gorgeous classics in today’s roundup that you definitely shouldn’t miss.


Céline still holds a firm grip on the hearts of celebrities, and they have the bags to prove it. Céline is still much beloved by hordes of less famous bag lovers, of course, but we can’t all bankroll the Luggage Tote collection of our dreams.


We’ve always adored the Céline Classic Box Bag, and this week, celebs are reminding us why we love it so much. Even though it was temporarily eclipsed by the Luggage Tote for a year or two (or three), the Box may be a more enduring style.


The choicest celebrity bag picks run the gamut from Alaïa to Fendi this week. It’s sheerly coincidence, I’m sure, but I find it amusing nonetheless. Also, we don’t actually have a representative for the letter “B” (where is all the Balenciaga this week?


Fun fact: everyone loves a good sale, even if those who get several much-publicized six- or seven-figure paychecks per year. Just because you can afford to pay full price doesn’t mean you want to, or that doing so doesn’t make you wonder whether you could have gotten a better deal.


Cannes is over, the Met Ball is a distant memory and even the Tonys are done, so now our celeb round-ups mainly consist of stars going about their daily celeb lives. Our first roundup this week just happens to be roughly 90% “celebs I would like to party with.” (Not so fast, Lily Collins.