Now that it’s August, practically all the bags available for purchase online are from pre-fall or fall. With stores flush with new products and designers churning out more and more exotic bags every season, we wondered how how the highest of high-end bags compared to last season’s crop.

The biggest difference from Spring 2014 is that this season, both Givenchy and Fendi have put a much bigger emphasis on both producing their most popular styles in exotics and making sure that they’re widely available to shoppers online. In the past, these bags might have existed in a boutique here and there, but now you can click a few buttons and have a $41,000 handbag carried to your door by your local UPS man.

Below, check out the most expensive handbags that are currently available online in a variety of both leather and structure categories.


Most Expensive Fur Bag
Brunello Cucinelli Mink Fur Backpack
$7,830 via Neiman Marcus

Brunello Cucinelli Mink Fur Backpack

Most Expensive Ostrich Bag
Delvaux Tempete GM Autruche
$18,300 via Barneys

Delvaux Tempete GM Autruche

Most Expensive Calf Hair Bag
Fendi Calf Hair Peekaboo Bag
$6,750 via Net-a-Porter

Fendi Calf Hair Peekaboo

Most Expensive Mini Bag
Fendi Peekaboo Crocodile Mini Bag
$19,500 via Neiman Marcus

Fendi Peekaboo Crocodile Mini Bag

Most Expensive Alligator Bag
Givenchy Alligator Antigona Bag
$35,900 via Neiman Marcus

Givenchy Alligator Antigona

Most Expensive Clutch
Givenchy Antigona Crocodile Clutch
$12,900 via Barneys

Givenchy Crocodile Antigona Clutch

Most Expensive Backpack
The Row Alligator Backpack
$34,000 via Barneys

The Row Alligator Backpack

Most Expensive Lizard Bag
The Row Lizard Shoulder Bag
$8,900 via Barneys

The Row Lizard Shoulder Bag

Most Expensive Python Bag
Victoria Beckham Hexagonal Chain Python Shoulder Bag
£5,995 via Harrods ($10,059)

Victoria Beckham Hexagonal Chain Python Shoulder Bag

Most Expensive Crocodile Bag
Hermès Double Sens Chiffon Croco GM Tote
$41,000 via Hermes

Hermes Double Sens Croco Chiffon GM Tote
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missarewa
missarewa
7 years ago

a mink backpack is ridiculous. the other items seem okay to me. if u have $ laying around, why not?

Rada
Rada
7 years ago

THAT FENDI CALF HAIR PEEKABOO.

Mya Wilkes
Mya Wilkes
7 years ago
Reply to  Rada

cosign!

Aurora
Aurora
7 years ago
Reply to  Rada

Agreed! It’s stunning!

Sandy
Sandy
7 years ago

The Givenchy bags are amazing….but not sure I would shell out the additional $$ for an exotic….I usually like the original versions just fine!

Eric Hernandez
Eric Hernandez
7 years ago

Think Chanel has them beat at $60,000

Adrianne
Adrianne
7 years ago
Reply to  Eric Hernandez

I’ve seen some Hermes on Potero (sp) website for $90,000 +. That to me is ridiculous an I LOVE a beautiful handbag.

elise
elise
7 years ago
Reply to  Eric Hernandez

Yeah absolutely. When it comes to most expensive bags, Chanel always stands out from the crowd. Guess some people just enjoy the feeling buying super expensive handbags and post them on Instagram. No offense.

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7 years ago

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FashionableLena
FashionableLena
7 years ago

The only one that peaked my interest was the Fendi calf hair. The rest are not my cup o tea.

grammarqueen
grammarqueen
7 years ago

That would be “piqued”.

FashionableLena
FashionableLena
7 years ago
Reply to  grammarqueen

I know, but it wasn’t the word that I wanted to use. I know exactly what I wanted to write, and I didn’t get on here for a grammar lesson. Thank you.

Annoyed
Annoyed
7 years ago

To be honest … People are starving in the world and there are prices of cars for handbags … There is nothing fashionable about that …. My goodness, the fashion world has gone mad

benbrowne
benbrowne
6 years ago
Reply to  Annoyed

I am so hungry

akumabird13
akumabird13
7 years ago
Reply to  Annoyed

idiot

bradpeater757
bradpeater757
7 years ago
Reply to  Annoyed

Six months ago I lost my job and after that I was fortunate enough to stumble upon a great website which literally saved me. I started working for them online and in a short time after I’ve started averaging 15k a month… The best thing was that cause I am not that computer savvy all I needed was some basic typing skills and internet access to start… This is where to start————————————onlinemoney.com..,,,…,.,.

david61350137
david61350137
7 years ago
Reply to  Annoyed

Six months ago I lost my job and after that I was fortunate enough to stumble upon a great website which literally saved me. I started working for them online and in a short time after I’ve started averaging 15k a month… The best thing was that cause I am not that computer savvy all I needed was some basic typing skills and internet access to start… This is where to start…………moneyonline.com..,.,..

Stoptheshaming
Stoptheshaming
7 years ago
Reply to  Annoyed

More guilt and shame on women. No one is chastising men to sell their 40k car high school dream car and donate to the poor. Cars are functional too but they do to hold their value like a pice of jewelry or luxury handbag or become a treasures heirlooms. To each their own.

Astounded
Astounded
7 years ago
Reply to  Annoyed

I totally agree. I was fortunate enough to get a Hermes kelly bag last year, but I felt so guilty for spending 11k, I sold it and donated some money to those in need. I’ve been fortunate enough to travel the world and the hunger I have seen has certainly humbled me. If you can afford to buy these bags, go for it. At the same time, if you can afford the bag, it would not hurt to feed those that go hungry day in and day out. I’m sure many of these ladies already give back.

akumabird13
akumabird13
7 years ago
Reply to  Astounded

stupid

Astounded
Astounded
7 years ago
Reply to  akumabird13

Excuse me? Why would you call me stupid? FYI I have three degrees and I’m an entrepreneur. I am far from “stupid.” Your ignorance is just baffling.

sandy
sandy
7 years ago
Reply to  Astounded

you go girl Astounded!

Astounded
Astounded
7 years ago
Reply to  sandy

Thank you Sandy 🙂

Konjo
Konjo
7 years ago
Reply to  Astounded

Well said!

Astounded
Astounded
7 years ago
Reply to  Konjo

Thanks 🙂

RyAn
RyAn
7 years ago
Reply to  Astounded

I will buy your bag if you want to sell it. Please let me know !!

Bettyknowsbetter
Bettyknowsbetter
7 years ago
Reply to  RyAn

Did you not carefully read her post??? She said she SOLD it and gave some money to those in need. Sadly, you sound like another airhead woman that embarrasses the rest of us because you don’t pay attention, plus your reading skills are very poor. Perhaps you should take the money you would have paid for her bag and go back to school and get an education and spend your money that way and then give money to the needy and homeless at the same time since you’re wasting precious air in your head by not being able to read.

sandy
sandy
7 years ago

you sound like a psycho path Bettyknowsbetter. jeez relax.

Emily Boyd
Emily Boyd
7 years ago

That’s a bit harsh.

Mintjuliep
Mintjuliep
7 years ago

Bettyknowsbetter you must think you know better, I can’t believe how you just reamed RyAn for misreading! Wow, poor thing. I get so sick of online bullies.

Astounded
Astounded
7 years ago
Reply to  RyAn

Sorry. I sold it already.

JYK98
JYK98
7 years ago

I won’t carry crocodile/alligator bags, because I feel bad for them. And I won’t carry any snakeskin, because I feel that it’ll come slithering out of the closet. Yes, I have ophidiophobia. I’ll just stick to old-fashioned leather. And these bags are ugly, especially for the price.

Lauren
Lauren
7 years ago

I am happy for people who can afford luxury items and spend their money. Good for them. Most people work hard for their money and if they have family money at least they are spending it. It promotes the economy – jobs are created by people spending and SAs rely on commission. Individuals who have money to buy luxury items should not feel bad about it and if you are critical I am curious what you do relative to charity work and how much of your income goes to charity. You can enjoy life, buy nice things and be a good generous person who helps others. In my experience people who are critical are not happy with themselves and jealous over what others have.

Hb
Hb
7 years ago
Reply to  Lauren

If that makes you feel better…
Its a very vain and selfish way of looking at things

Letthemeatcakeho
Letthemeatcakeho
7 years ago
Reply to  Hb

Jealous much? hahaha ????????????????

Loves Purses
Loves Purses
7 years ago

I am obsessed with handbags but I have to say, even if I had more money than Bill Gates, I would not want any of these. The only one that partially “hits the spot” for me is the Fendi Peekaboo Bag. To each his own though. That’s what makes the world go round!

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