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Thursday, July 23, 2009

Bottega Veneta Tornabuoni Maxi Veneta Hobo


Should I just leave this picture up and not write anything at all about the bag in it? Do I even need to describe the beauty and elegance of the Bottega Veneta Tornabuoni Maxi Veneta Hobo? The bag speaks for itself. All we can say about it are things like "WOW!", "stunning", "amazing", "divine" and "how much does it cost"? If you know BV, then you know this bag is expensive. I mean REALLY expensive to the tune of $3380. When I write about Bottega Veneta bags, I never seem to flinch at the prices. I suppose I'm already well-conditioned to expect them from the Italian fashion label.

Let's be honest here, Bottega Veneta is right up their in the 'handbag hierarchy' with Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Hermés. Their mastery of intricate detailing is unrivaled. The Tornabuoni Maxi exemplifies the amazing craftsmanship that goes into every singe BV bag. I love the handle on this particular design because it's not all woven, and helps to visually break up the monotony of the intrecciato. The burnt red color is striking and totally posh, and the suede-lined interior caps off the luxe features of the bag. You're getting a whole lotta bag for the price, ladies. It measures 10 x 22 x 1 (of course, that 1" inch depth is relative since the bag will clearly expand when it slouches as all hobos naturally do.

Bottega Veneta Tornabuoni Maxi Veneta Hobo available thru BV's website

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