Marc Jacobs Python Contrast Tote, $3795 via Bergdorf Goodman

Although I wasn’t a huge fan of Marc Jacobs’ Spring 2012 runway bags, his Resort 2012 collection has been on my radar for months. The mid-season line has some of Jacobs’ chicest designs in quite a while, mostly because the bags are without gimmicks. Instead, what you’ll find is clean lines and supple leather in the kinds of color combinations that feel very current.

The other notable thing about these bags is the return of the Marc Jacobs Venetia, but in an altered state. Back in the mid-2000s, the Venetia and its iconic buckled pockets were a staple of Marc’s in-demand accessories line, and now the shape is back, without its pockets, for a second tour of duty through the handbag wars. Check out more of the bags after the jump and let us know if any of them tickle your fancy.


Marc Jacobs Colorblock Tote, $1795 via Bergdorf Goodman


Marc Jacobs Thompson Satchel, $1250 via Bergdorf Goodman


Marc Jacobs Venetia Satchel, $2095 via Bergdorf Goodman

  • bir

    i like the ventia a lot in blue and i usually dont say that much about marc jacobs so well done this collection seems understated and good looking !!

  • J Umm

    the last one is very vuitton shaped.
    STYLE DECORUM

  • louch

    Oh I LOVE the Venetia without all the bling. So clean and sleek and that colour is divine!! I had one years ago but sold it because it was too heavy – maybe without the pockets/HW it might be better.

  • Ruhee

    The Venetia reminds me of the Pan Am bag….

  • haya

    too much expensive !!!!

  • rose60610

    Not a fan, they’re ok. For the money I’d go elsewhere.

  • AW

    The Venetia and the Thompson are my favorite but a bit different from the usual MJ style.

  • stephen

    good good