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DorianGray
DorianGray
6 years ago

Such a boring bag. Nothing new, nothing special.
ps. I’d like so much see some posts on Missoni, Etro, Versace, Maison Margiela, Vivienne Westwood, Giorgio Armani, Paul Smith and others. Thank you.

Abbi
Abbi
6 years ago
Reply to  DorianGray

Paul Smith, Vivienne Westwood and Missoni would be amazing!

Niky Podolski
Niky Podolski
6 years ago

What do you say about this – http://www.missfashiondeals.com/deals/id=127?

L.O.
L.O.
6 years ago

It’s okay. I think he really should’ve came out with a bigger bang than this. Gucci is in for a bumpy ride, sorry, a long bumpy ride if this is what’s to come.

hectorrobertocontrerasmiranda
hectorrobertocontrerasmiranda
6 years ago

Didn’t he do a very similar bag for fall 2011?

Sparkletastic
Sparkletastic
6 years ago

I saw this in person today. I wanted to love it. But, I just…liked it. It’s a nice, simple, classic bag that does no wrong. If it was a gift, I’d keep it. But, I don’t think I’d ever buy it. I really would have liked to see something more interesting for the debut of a new approach at Gucci.

If anyone is interested, they are in at the Gucci inside Saks on the Mag Mile.

Karisma
Karisma
6 years ago

Hey Gucci, ever heard the expression, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!”? That bag is plain and so un-Gucci like. Why the change?

Alinatomas
Alinatomas
6 years ago
Reply to  Karisma

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ElainePG
ElainePG
6 years ago

Nice styling, but… what’s it like inside? Is it lined? Is it divided? Is there a zippered pocket for keys? I went to the Gucci boutique last month all prepared to plunk down a chunk of $$$ on a Soft Jackie, only find that it was an unlined, undivided blob. An expensive blob, at that. Nice leather, but as far as usability, a big fat zero. Bought a Saint Laurent Small SDJ instead… lined with glorious suede, with dividers galore!

Newyorking
Newyorking
6 years ago

I have sene this style before. I saw the new Gucci collection and while some bags are good, some are copies. I have seen this one and another style similar to this but larger where you open the clip for flap-over and a zip at the top, kind of like Fendi. I expect more innovative stuff from Gucci, not copies like other brands.

Jefféry Alivíer Thomas
Jefféry Alivíer Thomas
6 years ago

It’s still a Frida Giannni design this is her pre fall collection before she was fired. Alessandro’s Dionysus bag comes out later this month which is his first bag. Just a little correction that interlocking G bag is not new Gucci.

Brock Hughes
Brock Hughes
6 years ago

Giving Rebecca Minkoff vibes…

DaisyFields
DaisyFields
6 years ago
Reply to  Brock Hughes

LOL

polly33
polly33
6 years ago

Hmmm… it’s a whole lotta meh. It looks like any other bag I’ve seen before and it certainly doesn’t really exude glamour. Honestly, it looks a little budget.

Pam
Pam
6 years ago

I really like it. Simple and not in your face!

josepince
josepince
6 years ago
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Dylan Propst
Dylan Propst
6 years ago

It’s a little bothersome that TPB is so in Gucci’s pocket. This bag looks like a Chanel bag. If any other brand has released this, they would have mentioned it.

emily
emily
5 years ago
Reply to  Dylan Propst

Literally every brand has done something that looks like a Chanel bag so what’s the point of mentioning, it has nothing to do with them sucking up to Gucci.

DaisyFields
DaisyFields
6 years ago

I like this bag.

josepince
josepince
6 years ago

nice bag, but i found a site http://www.lamodabags.com sell real bag too

josepince
josepince
6 years ago

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Andrea Hetherington
Andrea Hetherington
6 years ago

I am obsessed with this bag, I want to buy it. It’s beautiful – you can definitely see a shift with Gucci having a new CD! xox

http://www.leatherandlattes.com

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