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  • Passerine

    Interesting timing — in my comment on the Sep 3 PB “15 Work Bags…” article I posted a recommendation for the same Valentino myRockstud bag along with a photo and a link to Barneys, which carries it in black. I think it’s a great bag but am still surprised that its in the “Rockstud” category as it’s very different from the regular Rockstud line-up.

  • Y Ajayi

    Rihanna carrying Chanel? It’s been ages since I have seen her carrying anything other than Dior. I like miu miu but refuse to invest cos of previous quality probs. will admire from afar.

  • I really love the new Rockstud. It’s so much more lady like and chic than the previous. It looks great in the stripe too for a vintage look. Gemma xx http://www.jacquardflower.uk

  • Lily

    Is it just me, or does the Valentino My Rockstud look awfully similar to the Hermes Kelly? This is probably the only classly purse, in the entire Rockstud line. Other than the Glam Lock, most are downright tacky.

    • Dylan Propst

      It looks like one of those “designer inspired” bags you see at kiosks at the mall. Not a fan.

    • Jerri R

      Seems to be a trend that designers cross-plagiarize each other to death these days.

  • That MCM canvas looks so tacky. I’m on the fence about Valentino bags in general, they look like an afterthought. Loving the LV Lockit

  • FashionableLena

    Whitney’s bag looks like it has seen better days.

  • justa9url

    I was eyeing the Valentino bag at Holt’s… I was surprised when I saw that it was by Valentino. I hope they’ll come out with different sizes.

  • Smithy

    Awwww….my two most favorite overrated celebs in one place — Rihanna and Beyonce.

  • Jerri R

    I am assuming quite a few of the celebrities are gifted these expensive bags as part of the marketing campaign. That means the cost of the gifting is reflected in the price. Paying a lot for a skilled artisan’s work and exquisite materials is one thing, but subsidizing freebies for celebrities is a whole other matter.