10 Designer Bags That Will Never Go Out of Style

Dior Saddle Bag

Debuting in Dior s Spring/Summer 2000 show under John Galliano, the Dior Saddle Bag became an instant icon. Its unique shape and variety of prints make it a timeless piece.

Bella Hadid's Jean Saddle Bag

In 2017, Bella Hadid was seen in New York with a jean iteration of the Dior Saddle Bag, showcasing its versatility and enduring appeal.

Hermès Birkin Bag

Jane Birkin famously carried her namesake bag to various events, including the "Jane Birkin Sings Serge Gainsbourg" press conference in Tokyo.

Fendi Baguette

Created by Silvia Venturini Fendi in the late '90s, the Fendi Baguette is inspired by how French women carry baguettes. Its popularity surged with appearances in Sex and the City and on celebrities like Paris Hilton.

Carrie Bradshaw s Sequined Fendi Baguette

The cross-body sequined version of the Fendi Baguette had a resurgence in the Sex and the City sequel, And Just Like That&, underscoring its timeless charm.

Louis Vuitton Speedy

Introduced in 1930, the Louis Vuitton Speedy is a versatile bag that has captivated many from 1960s icons to modern-day celebrities. Its adaptability to various styles and sizes.

Audrey Hepburn and Her Speedy

Audrey Hepburn popularized the Speedy 25, a smaller version of the original, which she often carried, enhancing the bag's iconic status.

Gucci The Jackie 1961

Originally called the Constance, this bag was renamed after Jackie Kennedy Onassis, who famously bought six in one visit to a Gucci boutique.

Jackie Kennedy and Her Gucci Bag

Jackie Kennedy Onassis frequently carried the Gucci Jackie 1961, cementing its place as a symbol of timeless elegance.

Chanel Classic Flap Bag

Designed by Karl Lagerfeld in the 1980s as a tribute to the 1955 Chanel 2.55 purse, the Chanel Classic Flap Bag features the signature chain-link straps and double-C closure.