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Hey High Quality Valentino Replica Bags , we get it. When you have a good thing, you want to make the most of it; life is short, fashion is fickle, and you never know what tomorrow holds. However, that's not to say that we fashion lovers don't notice when designers continually re-invent some of their most popular handbag styles, we do. However, some of these bags are so covetable, we're willing to give them a pass. It's not that we don't see that they are variations on a well-known theme; it’s that we're not sure that we care. Here are a few of our favorites that will definitely remind you of the bags that came before.The Chloe HudsonThe Chloe Marni bag started the whole cross-body saddlebag craze, followed closely by the more upmarket Chloe Drew with its thin, feminine chain strap. Even Celine got in on the act with their pared-down Trotteur cross-body saddle-style bag. However, the newest permutation, the Chloe (again) Hudson promises to be every bit as popular as both of them (and no less of an investment) so watch this space. The Hudson retails for $2,150.The Diorover ToteThe Diorover is a brand-new offering, but like us, you probably feel like you may have seen it before. That's because its shape is a pretty good reincarnation of the Lady Dior bag (okay, it's not quilted, but still), with a sprinkling of Prada Saffiano, folded-in with a generous pour of Hermes Birkin. However High Quality wallet Replica , this practical tote will likely never go out of style, so once again, we're okay with that. Plus, that lemon yellow color is simply to die for. The Diorover bag is currently listed as “price upon request”, so I guess if you have to ask... Ever since Louis Ghesquiere took the helm at Louis Vuitton, the brand has flourished in a way that always happens in the fashion world when a fresh set of eyes breathes new life into a storied institution. But even the most visionary of re-brandings are not immune to the occasional stumble as they reclaim their cool-kid status. If the buzz in the fashion press is to be believed, the latest collaboration between Louis Vuitton and artist, Jeff Koons, is one such stumble.The idea is not exactly revolutionary; Koons has used an edit of masters paintings as a backdrop for this collection of bags, and added what can only be described as embellished “captions”. The end result? Less than spectacular.The juxtaposition of these masters paintings on a colorful backdrop somehow downgrades the collection in a way that makes it look like something purchased from a flea market vendor, and the addition of rhinestones, brand logos, and embellished lettering seemingly underscores this lowbrow vibe. While we wouldn't go so far as to call it offensive, it seems to be equidistantly removed from both elegance and edginess, something that Louis Vuitton CEO Michael Burke has publicly conceded, albeit he has a slightly different take.“I think we’re going to get some pushback. People are going to be upset about the sacred entering the realm of the profane. But we like to do things that can be perceived as politically incorrect. If we are getting flak, we think we are doing something right.”

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