At first, in the medieval era, as a jewel or fancy accessories, the elite members or rich people used to carry bags. Everyone couldn't afford to own a bag.

Elite Use of Bags

Awareness about bags

Now, as people started to know more about bags, the demand for them started to increase. As a result, a few industries used to make handbags.

Early 1900s century

This was when the luxury bag market started to take a bold shape. Luxury brands like Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci, Birkin, etc., became symbols of wealth.

1950s era

During the 1950s, designers and women mainly focused on chic, minimalist bags that would complement their elegant outfits.

Innovative is the new trendy

From the 1960s to the 1980s, people started to experiment with fashion, and the flashy, colorful, and bohemian style became famous. As a result, hobo bags and Satchel Bags became famous.

1990s thoughts

Pop culture was on trend in this era, and along with flashy bags, people wanted to try minimalist bags as well. As a result, Prada launched a new backpack style, the Fendi Baguette.

2000s trends

At this time, famous bag companies started to focus on quality leathers and their Logos, like Louis Vuitton Speedy.

2010 functionality preference

In 2010, although many types of bags, such as handbags, satchel Bags, and hobo bags, were in demand, the demand for crossbody bags and various-shaped backpacks became the trend.

In the 2020s

The mid-2020s is all about sophistication and trying out new styles. There are all types of bags, from small to large, but tote bags have gained a different level of popularity.

Bag Awareness

Now, people are more aware and conscious of nature. As a result, instead of using animal leather or synthetic bags, people opt for eco-friendly options.