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SegoIJ
SegoIJ
9 months ago

I’m going to keep this positive so I won’t talk about MMK but the bags from the Michael Kors Collection are really great. The Miranda and the Bancroft are standouts- most of the bags are made in Italy and are priced decently for the quality. The new MKC logo is a little rough, but overall the bags are functional, well-made, and pretty. Plus the MKC clothing is consistently beautiful too, he knows how to design clothes that compliment a woman’s body. I wish more people would give American designers/brands like Coach, MK, Proenza, and (sometimes) Tom Ford some credit. We make some great bags.

Mjm7848
Mjm7848
8 months ago
Reply to  SegoIJ

I 100% agree. I am an avid collector of Michael Kors Collection bags and I will say that the quality is superb. I currently have 2 exotic Miranda bags (1 in python and 1 in crocodile) with matching Miranda wallets and a Large Casey. I love that since the logo is done in very small gold foil, I feel very under-the-radar when carrying them, and yet people who know MKC will appreciate the choice. With that being said, I was an avid collector of MMK for a number of years when I was first starting my bag collection and I kept a few as mementos. A white Hamilton still sits on my shelf from 2015!

Jame
Jame
9 months ago
Reply to  SegoIJ

I had a Miranda. It was such a well made bag. And MK bags always had stellar organization inside. I really liked my Hamilton and Selma bags. They were comfy and practical.

slim
slim
8 months ago
Reply to  Jame

I have a Miranda and STILL carry at time as well as the wallet. Kors Collection was the best!

Ed
Ed
9 months ago
Reply to  SegoIJ

I really dislike even the MK bags, BUT I completely agree with you on the clothes, every season there’s at least a few pieces that catch my eye. I shop very little (literally 2-3 pieces a year) but even so find a space for some MK pieces in my wardrobe

Jerri R
Jerri R
9 months ago

If I had no other purse than MK bags, I would carry my crap in a pillowcase.

Jettsam
Jettsam
9 months ago

MK always made a nice looking bag. I had the larger Selma in navy but sold it and I still have a Sloan bag in vanilla in my collection it’s such a well made bag and unique color that I have hung on to it.

Irene
Irene
8 months ago

I was always a fan of Michael Kors. Clothing is always consistent and I had several handbags that were always great by him in the past. Super quality at an affordable price. I don’t know why he got such a bad wrap. Collection pieces outstanding, but even my Selma was one of my all time favorites!
I like how he makes luxury affordable for every budget .

Nono
Nono
8 months ago
Reply to  Irene

Bad “rap”. ???

psny15
psny15
8 months ago

While Michael kors collection is great but then he copies the same design for Michael by MK and its 1/10th the price so that’s not optimal – the same thing happened with reed krakoff and reed his kohl’s line

Tana
Tana
8 months ago

I assure you in Europe you will see more MK than LV or Gucci.

Passerine
Passerine
8 months ago
Reply to  Tana

That depends on where you are in Europe. MK bags are not common at all here in our Swiss city but you see the LV Speedy and NF everywhere. There was a Michael Kors store here but it closed after a few months due to lack of business (this was well before Covid). In the MK price range you are far more likely to see brands like Coccinelle.

Tana
Tana
8 months ago
Reply to  Passerine

Which City? I saw them well in Zurich. So I assumed.

Rosendo Garcia JR
Rosendo Garcia JR
3 months ago

ive really fallen back in love with the Michael kors hamilton bag, I had it, sold it and now I want it back in my collection, so I went into the preloved market, got a vanilla mk logo hamilton for $50dls. and I’m happy, but his collection handbags are really good. except no one wants them cause they are Michael kors. and I want a large bancroft and a miranda, but exotics.

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