So, as we all know, the 80s are a thing. As such, MCM saw this as their opportunity to sell us all some more handbags, and their efforts thus far have been…reasonable. They’d probably have more success and gain more new customers with a lower price point, but it seems like a lot of designers overestimate what their “brand” is worth, in terms of dollars per handbag. I’m looking at you, Versace.

That being said, I’m not a fan of everything that they’ve produced this season. Case in point: the MCM Giorno Convertible Bag.

MCM Giorno Convertible Bag

I’m generally a big fan of menswear inspiration being incorporated into women’s fashion, but the briefcase look on this bag is just a tad too literal. It would be appropriate as a a work bag, although it looks like it’s probably a bit too small to actually hold files or a laptop. If your style is very, very tailored, it might work, but I fear that this bag would look out of place and too utilitarian with any kind of casual outfit.

Although, if you’re looking for a really stylish netbook bag, this might be just the ticket… Buy through Saks for $995.

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Share Your Thoughts With Us

  • Tammie

    Not a fan of this bag. Much too plain & simple.

  • rae

    I like it, but then I like utilitarian…

  • tadpolenyc

    this makes me think of the proenza schouler ps1, which i prefer to this.

  • Jane H.

    Yeah, I consider this a cheap alternate for the PS1

  • atrophia

    This is way better than their other bag featured here, and I too am a fan of utilitarian. However… much rather have the PS1. This one is too masculine for my personal tastes, but I might actually use it if I received it as a gift.