It wasn’t too long ago that what we now know as “It” bags simply didn’t exist. Instead, women usually had one or two handbags that lasted them for many years, and the styles were static and didn’t change much. The idea of a “celebrity fashion” wasn’t much of a thing back then either, but now it’s a driving force in the industry.
Behind the ten most sold bags in history are ten of fashion’s most iconic brands, cementing their forward-thinking values with prescient designs – many of which are still relevant today. Over the past 60 years, these ten “It” bags have made the list because they’ve either stood the test of time or defined an era.
- LOUIS VUITTON ‘SPEEDY’
It doesn’t get significantly more notable than the Louis Vuitton ‘Speedy’ sack, which was made for real film star Audrey Hepburn. Supposedly, Hepburn requested that Vuitton downsize his gigantic ‘Keepall’ travel pack into something all the more effortlessly conveyed as multi day sack, and that is the means by which the ‘Speedy’ was conceived. When Hepburn began conveying it, its interest experienced the rooftop, so Louis Vuitton put the style into customary generation
- CHANEL ‘2.55’
We owe perfect trailblazer Mademoiselle Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel for such a large number of brilliant form creations that despite everything we use today. Her real commitment to totes came in 1955, when she made the Chanel ‘2.55’ Flap Bag which is named like this for the time of its creation
- CHLOÉ ‘PADDINGTON’
The Chloé Paddington had the favorable luck of showing up at the correct minute as the Internet conveyed superstar style to our day by day consideration, while web based business made purchasing their looks conceivable. Chloé’s stalwart marking effort put the Paddington in the hands of the greatest famous people amid the mid 2000s, starting a worldwide for all for the pack all the while.
- BALENCIAGA ‘MOTORCYCLE’
This model Balenciaga Motorcycle bag was one of the most sold bags ever created. Balenciaga’s square molded pack with dangling decorations and all around put stud points of interest turned out to be so in a split second conspicuous as to make an “It” sack without the brand’s name being up front.
- GIVENCHY ‘ANTIGONA’
The Givenchy ‘Antigona’ is one of the more as of late made sacks on this rundown, having been made by Riccardo Tisci in 2010 to catch his inclination for manly/female structure balance. Be that as it may, it particularly merits a spot since it is as yet a consistent big name top pick, the more up to date cycles of which proceed to enhance and inspire.
- CÉLINE ‘LUGGAGE’
Prior to the Céline ‘Gear’ tote turned into an “It” bag, it had a moderate first season when it came to deals and was in every case promptly accessible on retail retires. At that point, the Olsen twins took a few to get back some composure of it and were snapped conveying the significantly calculated sack in the city of New York City. The rest, as is commonly said, is history. Medium-term, went from being accessible wherever to totally sold out, with a six-month shortlist at most boutiques and the incidental interest for forthright installment.
- FENDI ‘BAGUETTE’
A few specialists respect the Fendi Baguette as the primary authority “It” bag, made well known via Carrie Bradshaw HBO’s movie. Despite the fact that the shape and style of the main Fendi Baguette packs don’t actually hold up in the present day, the brand has rehashed its look many occasions over to incorporate a wide range of embellishments and textures.
- YSL ‘MUSE’
YSL created the Muse bag in 2005 to much VIP flourish, and the sack rapidly turned into the most well known style in the brand’s history. As a larger than average carryall with modern equipment, the ‘Dream’ ended up fundamental to each A-lister’s every day closet. The ‘Dream Two’ style, which appeared in 2008, was considerably more well known, particularly in light of the fact that this rendition included travel bag lashes and a superior conclusion.
- DIOR ‘LADY DIOR’
In 1995, Lady Dior bag was gifted to Princess Diana by France’s First Lady Bernadette Chirac. This bag also featured a stitched square pattern that was reportedly inspired by the Napoleon III chairs. Although it was a bespoke gift for one of the world’s most famous royals, Princess Diana’s obsession with the design soon caught the attention of the public, who wanted their own version. Dior named the bag ‘Lady Dior’ in honor of Princess Diana and an instant “It” bag was born.
- HERMÈS ‘BIRKIN’
The Birkin bag features a simplistic understanding of intensified iconicity in the high-end fashion industry. Its iconic look and shape, the leather that it’s made with and the amount of time and skill needed to craft and produce one, all together create a luxurious item that millions would love to get their hands on. The Birkin bag by Hermes is handmade in leather and named after the actress and singer Jane Birkin. The bag, ever since its release on 1984 has always been in fashion by being distinguished as a symbol of wealth due to its high price and popular use by celebrities. Every authentic Hermes Birkin bag is handmade in France where each bag is uniquely hand-tailored, painted, and polished, requiring thus several days to be finished and to be delivered to its buyer. Birkin bags demand around 48 hours of continuous and accurate craftsmanship to be made. Leathers are obtained from different skinners of France, resulting in varying smells and textures. The company justifies the cost of the Birkin bag, compared to other bags, claiming the level of craftsmanship involved. This is also the reason why the bag was highly coveted for many years, as it was alleged to have a delivery waiting list of up to six years. The rarity of the bag was intentionally designed to increase the demand until in April 2010 when Hermès announced that the waiting list would no longer exist, implying that the bag would potentially become available for all ever since.