What Does Your Bag Have to Say? According to Runway Designers, a Lot!

by Fawnia Soo Hoo


Feel like making a statement without actually saying a word? Well, according to the Fashion Week runways, come this fall, your totes and clutches will be doing the communicating for you--literally.

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If you re-arrange the order and add a verb, these 3.1 Phillip Lim bags with raised block lettering could make a sentence. Does that mean we need to buy all three?

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Kate Spade New York presented a colorful Shanghai and Tokyo travel-inspired collection, as you can see from this rainbow-lettered clutch.

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Kiwi designer Karen Walker honored the suffrage movement with her mod-meets-Victoriana collection--including a few women power statement clutches. (Or she's a Kanye West fan.)

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Just raise this pouch up the next time someone tries to pick you up at a bar. 'Nuff said.

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Then again, why tell someone off with an accessory when you can wear your retort. Right, Vera Wang?


Which bag (or shirt) do you like best? What statement would you like to put on your bag?

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