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Can you guess the top 25 it-bags from the past 10 years? Designer resale site, Vestiaire Collective, has got them all listed.

Buying a luxury bag off the shelf—or should we say off the waiting list—obviously isn’t the most sustainable, or economically vise, way to shop. Getting it second hand, on the other hand, is. And what better place to do it then online?
In celebration the it-bag, Vestiaire Collective—the leading market place to buy and sell pre-owned luxury fashion—is introducing a Global Bag Exchange Index. The index ranks the 25 most popular bags from the past ten years based on their historic sales record. At the same time, they’re also launching a new bag hub on the site.

So, which bag do you think is most it of all it-bags?

It’s the Chanel Timeless (the middle one above). This classic was launched by Karl Lagerfeld in the ‘80s, and is currently ranked as number one by the Global Bag Index. Second comes the Louis Vuitton Speedy and third the Hermès Birkin. No doubt timeless pieces never go out of style.

Head over to Vestiaire Collective to see the full list! Maybe you’ll even find something nice to carry your stuff around in while you’re there.

 

Illustrations by Natalia Sanabria.


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