Why It’s the Bag of the Week: Alexander Wang has followed in the footsteps of many brands by again shrinking an already shrunken version of one of his most popular bags, but don’t worry; you can actually fit stuff in this one.
Why It’s the Bag of the Week: Valentino usually reserves its intricate signature embroidery for runway dresses, so it’s always a pleasure when some of it makes a jump to bags, as it does on this beautifully detailed top handle.
Why It’s the Bag of the Week: Valentino’s ability to find new ways to put studs on traditional, ladylike bag shapes never ceases to impress me. This one doesn’t scream the designer’s name immediately, which is great for anyone weary of Rockstuds.
Why It’s the Bag of the Week: Hindmarch attracted a ton of attention (and a ton of buyers) with big totes emblazoned with classic logos, but if that was too much look for you, they now come in just-as-cute casual shoulder bags.