Chanel Classic Flap Bag
We can say that the Chanel Classic Flap Bag is one of the most famous bags in the world. Everyone has seen one and many women dream of having one since they were young. The previous version of the Classic Flap Bag was the 2.55 designed by Coco Chanel. In 1983 Karl Lagerfeld redesigned the bag, mainly by changing the lock, and from then on the bag continued under the name Classic Flap Bag.
Louis Vuitton Speedy
The Louis Vuitton Speedy is the first and undoubtedly the most iconic bag that Louis Vuitton has ever released. The bag was launched in 1930 but it was only in 1965 that it became so popular after Audrey Hepburn, at the height of her career, asked the fashion house if they could create a smaller version of the bag for her. Over the years, the speedy has been re-released in different sizes with many different decorations, but its shape has remained unchanged over the years.
Created in 1935, the Hermès Kelly bag is now one of the most coveted bags around the world. The handbag was named Sac à dépêches in the beginning. After the American actress and princess of Monaco, Grace Kelly, who was photographed using it to cover her pregnancy from the paparazzi. The house then officially renamed it as the Kelly bag.
Introduced in 1984, the beloved Birkin bag is named after the English actress and singer Jane Birkin. She reputedly sat next to Hermès CEO Jean-Louis Dumas on a plane, and she mentioned her desperate need for a spacious weekend bag. The rest is history, the Birkin was born and has remained at the top of every It Girl’s wish list.
Nicholas Ghesquière is who invented the City Bag we know today. The former creative director at Balenciaga bravely created this unstructured silhouette. Back to its 2001 debut, the bag was first called the Motorcycle City Bag. The company wasn’t satisfied with this design, so Ghesquière only created a limited amount of prototypes and put them in the hands of all the It Girls, including Kate Moss. The whole world went head over heels for this slouchy bag.