I’m not going to lie, one of my favorite aspects of fashion week is seeing people who exude style walking in and out of the shows. There are lots of people who try too hard, but some just have it, and Joanna Hillman, Senior Fashion Market Editor of Harper’s Bazaar, might be my top fashion crush right now. Her signature red lip and blonde hair can’t be missed and her impeccable style has everyone that passes by her doing a double take.

I saw this image on Twitter, and it is all kinds of wonderful: one of my major bag loves right now being carried by a style maven with a twist of humor involved. Fashion girls eat, see! Well, actually, fashion girls put really expensive and gorgeous handbags on their lunch tables and Instagram photos to make us all jealous, and it works.

Tom Ford handbags made their online debut earlier this summer and I knew it was only time before the refined styles were being seen on some of fashions elite. Not only is Joanna carrying my personal favorite, the Natalia bag, but she is carrying a red crocodile version – and that simply is not fair. It’s just not fair because I want to carry this bag and I want to lunch with Joanna and I want to look so effortlessly put together on every occasion and I want to hang out with Derek Blasberg non-stop.

Until then, I’m going to continue drooling over Tom Ford handbags, especially this red crocodile version. I don’t know the price of this bag, but one would assume that it is ridiculously high as the leather version already costs $3,980. Shop Tom Ford handbags via Neiman Marcus.

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