Iconic Bags and Their Stories

Louis Vuitton Speedy

Originally designed in the 1930s, the Speedy became an icon after Audrey Hepburn requested a smaller version. Its lightweight and practical design made it a favourite for travel

Hermès Birkin

In 1984, Hermès CEO met actress Jane Birkin. He sketched a design for a spacious, stylish bag that became the ultra-luxurious Birkin

Dior Lady Dior

The name “Lady Dior '' is in honour of Princess Diana. This became a symbol of elegance and sophistication after Princess Diana's photograph carrying it

Chanel 2.55

Designed by Coco Chanel, The Chanel 2.55 was made of Quilted leather, a revolutionary chain strap for freedom of movement, and hidden pockets for functionality that defied the purse norms of the time

Gucci Jackie

Renamed after Jackie Kennedy, who was frequently photographed with the bag, the Gucci Jackie features a curved half-moon shape and a piston strap closure

Fendi Baguette

Popularized and designed by Sarah Jessica Parker in "Sex and the City" in 1997, the Fendi Baguette brought a new carry method. This short, baguette-shaped bag was a chic underarm accessory

Bottega Veneta The Pouch

Daniel Lee made the design; the Pouch became an instant hit for its minimalist, slouchy design, capturing the essence of modern, understated elegance

Prada Nylon Backpack

Introduced in 1984 by Miuccia Prada, this practical yet stylish backpack revolutionized fashion with its use of industrial nylon. It was a perfect representation of luxury in versatility

Yves Saint Laurent Sac de Jour

In 2013, the Sac de Jour combines timeless elegance with modern functionality, featuring clean lines and a structured silhouette reminiscent of vintage doctor bags

Loewe Puzzle Bag

Created by Jonathan Anderson in 2015, the Puzzle Bag is known for its innovative geometric design and versatility, becoming a contemporary icon in luxury fashion. Also, this bag is still on Trend