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  • Natalie

    I have no issues with bags inspired by a certain trend or aesthetic.
    However, this Zac Posen bag is far from “inspired by” and is in my opinion a nearly one-on-one copy of the Celine Trapeze, in terms of shape, color, material, structure, and overall design of the piece. I would definitely disagree with your praise of the brand, in terms of having succeeded to “come up” with a design that is “an attainably priced bag that looks as conspicuously expensive as the ultra-premium bags”.
    I find it extremely unlike Purseblog, which is usually very loyal to the value of creativity and originality in the fashion world.

  • Natalie

    I have no issues with bags inspired by a certain trend or aesthetic.
    However, this Zac Posen bag is far from “inspired by” and is in my opinion a nearly one-on-one copy of the Celine Trapeze, in terms of shape, color, material, structure, and overall design of the piece. I would definitely disagree with your praise of the brand, in terms of having succeeded to “come up” with a design that is “an attainably priced bag that looks as conspicuously expensive as the ultra-premium bags”.
    I find it extremely unlike Purseblog.

  • Ms. Free

    I think this bag is fabolous. I have it in red. Mrs. Obama has a Zac Posen handbag as well. So I say if it’s good enough for the First Lady, than it’s good enough for me.

  • alexa

    I think Zac Posen has done a fabulous job and continues to do so with his handbags, thanks for this article!