Yea or Nay: Anya Hindmarch Fall 2014 Bags

Posted on May 29, 2014

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  • Ozski

    I personally find the Corn Flakes cock logo bag adorable!

    • princessricky

      agreed. and the tony the tiger one too. its more like an interpretation. all the other ones are just copies of their boxes.

      • Kikishua

        It’s greaaaaaaaaaaaaat!

    • BrooklynBomber

      That’s the one I like, too. Can take or leave the others. That is — the one that just has the rooster and does not say Corn Flakes, right? That’s the one I like.

      • bitchybitchybitchy

        The tony the tiger and the rooster are cute. Otherwise, these are so literal, and a tad on the twee side.

        • BrooklynBomber

          Agree. Fun for inexpensive summer bags, but I don’t think “inexpensive” is part of the equation here!

          • bitchybitchybitchy

            Yes-if I saw these in Kohl’s or Target as an inexpensive fun item I’d be sorely tempted, but not for real money.

      • smayper

        We are of one mind. I was going “eh…eh…” and then I came to that one and was forced, against my will, to love it.

        • BrooklynBomber

          Haha . .. exactly. Kicking and screaming!

    • Jennifer Bober

      I agree. I like the ones that aren’t just copies of the boxes, though I can see where thy could work with the right outfit.

    • jilly_d


    • And that is the only one I loved but yeah, I don’t know what it is. It’s actually pretty!

  • I would love the digestives one!

    • WendyD

      Me too! I’d love to have one of those over here in the states as digestives aren’t nearly as well known here.

      • Gatto Nero

        I’d love some actual digestives!

      • muelonil

        World Market carries them!

      • kimmeister

        So . . . what are they?

        • They’re a yummy sweet, wheat cookie, sometimes covered in chocolate, that you can have with tea! Or milk.

    • tiny_bookbot

      Yessss. Any of the McVitie’s bags, really!

      • I also really like the brightness of the daz purse. I’m a sucker for pop art handbags.

    • nancymae

      This is random but I love your photo!

  • Nancer

    No way. Just no.

    • BayTampaBay

      Even for a 12-year old, NO!

      • Kent Roby

        Yet Katy Perry will be seen wearing the whole line. Yuck.

  • Gatto Nero

    Can we stop with the cultural/commercial references already? Warhol did it first (and much better). It’s lazy, and I’m bored now.

    • decormaven

      Hear, hear. I’m tempted to start repurposing packaging into handbags now. We’re already choking in throwaway material, might as well get some use of it.

      • Gatto Nero

        … plus I’m feeling cranky today.

      • Glammie

        There are some pretty cool ways to do that–weaving, ironing layers together–but this stuff doesn’t interest me. I’m not interested in being walking product placement.

    • random_poster

      Lazy is right. Many of these are delightful because of the nostalgia, but I feel like it’s something you’d find in a gift shop at the end of a factory tour. That doesn’t seem like the thing a designer should aspire to design.

      • smayper

        Me too! I’d enjoy having one if it cost 25 bucks. I’d buy one for a 12 year old. But I’m sure they cost thousands.

  • I love the Tony the Tiger one.

    • demidaemon

      Me too.

    • homofascist

      Me three.

  • demidaemon

    The regular bags with logos and mascots aren’t bad (so YEA to them), but the ones that look like actual boxes of cereal are horrible (NAY to them).

    • Gatto Nero

      I agree that the ones that appropriate just the logos and mascots are better.
      But they still make me cranky.

      • demidaemon

        I can understand that. That was my first reaction, especially to the ones that don’t seem to have any thought to actually integrating the images into the design. Those ones are using the logos as the design, which just shows a lack of creativity.

  • zenobar

    The little cereal box ones…oh. I’m transported to my grandmother’s coffee table on a Saturday morning in the mid-70s. Remember you could tear the box down the middle – they were perforated for that purpose – and carefully peel the cello bag apart and pour your milk onto the cereal and eat cereal RIGHT OUT OF THAT CUNNING TINY MINIATURE CEREAL BOX.

    Yes, I also enjoy airplane bottles of liquor.

    In other words: YEA.

    • Sarah

      We used those when I would camp with the Girl Scouts. Good times. Also dig the tiny jug of syrup that comes with room service/pancake house breakfasts.

      • alyce1213

        Ooh, you begat an idea — Girl Scout Cookies handbags! The next thing.

        • zenobar

          I’ll take one Thin Mint clutch and a Tagalongs tote.

          • alyce1213

            I would seriously buy and wear one (not at $2K, though).

        • smayper

          YES to that. And I got those little boxes at my grandmother’s too! They were absolutely verboten at home, where we didn’t even get sugar cereal in the big box, unless my mom was in a really good mood.

      • zenobar

        For your viewing pleasure, there is a website dedicated to tiny food. The Mini Food Blog. It’s mesmerizing and slightly insane.

        • Snailstsichr

          Oh yes! I love to visit that blog. The little cakes and holiday themes are impressive (or possibly obsessive?). I leave the site with an overwhelming urge to take high tea with crafty grannies who over-decorate.

    • boweryboy

      I remember the rectangular cellophane variety pack they came in. I hated the Raisin Bran (still do) and the Apple Jacks. I couldn’t eat out of the box though, it grossed me out for some reason. I do, however, share your affinity for airplane bottles of liquor.

      • zenobar

        Yeah, the Corn Flakes and Raisin Bran were definitely the last left in the variety pack. I remember eating the Raisin Bran under duress. Froot Loops were first to go, followed by Corn Pops and Cocoa Krispies. Then Apple Jacks. Then Frosted Flakes, Rice Krispies, Corn Flakes, and finally the Raisin Bran, which was the cereal equivalent of a green “Participant” field day ribbon.

        It must be said that I also enjoy regular-size bottles of liquor.

    • littlemac8

      I forgot about those little cereal boxes! You can still get them!

  • sugarkane105

    People are gonna pay that much to be a billboard?

    • Carleenml

      look at Coach bags/etc etc etc….yes.

      • marlie

        You can still buy “designer” bags and NOT have a logo. Those are the only ones that I ever go for.

  • didgerdoni

    I was prepared to unreservedly loathe each and every one of them, but then the Corn Flakes logo and Tony the Tiger made me smile.

  • Kristina Sadowski

    I love the color and design of the Tony the Tiger bag, but something about him is creepin’ me out too much.

  • PeggyOC

    OMG, yes. A million pounds of yes.

  • Danielle

    Because what every woman wants is the word “DIGESTIVES” splashed across her expensive handbag.

  • crash1212

    YEA for concept and execution.

  • This is when I know I’m still out of my depth in understanding high fashion.

  • What, no HobNobs?

  • Anna

    Tsk. No Pop Tarts crossbody?

    • Danielle


      • Anna

        Stay tuned for an exclusive Bitter Kitten promo code!

        I checked these out on the Anya Hindmarch site, the totes are starting at around $2,000 USD. I really did choose the wrong damn profession *desperately trying to think of what else I could turn into a handbag*

        • Sarah

          I have access to tons of books that are going to be thrown away, and I was thinking I could turn them into cash. Guess what is on Etsy? HUNDREDS of BOOK CLUTCHES. Also book lamps, book boxes, book doorstops, etc. I give up.

          • Anna

            I’ve noticed that! I guess when people couldn’t afford the Olympia Le Tan or whoever it was that “originally” came up with it first, they started making their own.

            Will be asking my mom what she did with my old lunchboxes and subsequently pasting Tater Tot wrappers over them then.

          • Danielle

            Charlotte Olympia came out with a line of Archie comics clutches, and oh my God, the need was intense. Kate Spade had some “reasonably” priced book clutches a couple of seasons ago.

          • Anna

            Oh yes, I coveted those hard. I could never stomach handing over my own money for them, but I do admit enjoying the Charlotte Olympia and Olympia Le Tan collections.

  • HATE.

  • JauntyJohn

    Wittier than some takes on this concept, and I agree with the aforementioned: That Corn Flakes cock bag is really smashing.
    And also, if I look past all the logos and such, I really like the color palette.

    But I feel like this is more in the endless procession of things to be worn ironically, and I’m kind of burnt out on irony.

    • SewingSiren

      COCK BAG!

  • MarissaLG

    LOVE! Especially the larger totes.

  • Sara__B

    Nay, because they’d need to pay me to be a walking commercial instead of the other way around. (If the bags cost 12 bucks, I’m in.)

    • Annmarie Kane

      Yep, that’s it in a nutshell. If the bags cost 12 bucks, i’m in too and would probably buy them all. Hundreds or thousands? Nay.

  • hughman

    “WHERE IS MY POP TART WALLET?” – no man ever

    • Glam Dixie

      I’m picturing your pop tart wallet being secured by a Fruit Loops wallet chain.

      • hughman

        Are you calling me gay?? 😉

        • Glam Dixie


    • Little_Olive

      Now THAT I would buy. Or at least consider.

    • YourBaloneyDontGotNoSecondName

      *raises hand, for the blueberry ones.

      I would absolutely prance about during Provincetown Bear Week with a sparkly Cap’n Crunch version of these, filled with condoms and poppers. He was one of my first crushes. I have been crushing on short, fat pocket daddies for over 40 years now.

      • Danielle

        I googled “Provincetown Bear Week” just now. Glorious.

  • Judy_J

    I’m kind of drawn to the Kellogg’s cornflake rooster bag, but that’s about it. The rest of this collection is a bit too kitschy for my taste.

  • Dreamwr8tr

    This feels like an elaborate joke at the expense of broke people. Maybe we should pair these bags with those hideous broken pump-sneaker shoes. I’m VERY anti-obvious logo unless you’re a NASCAR driver. It just screams tacky.
    That said:
    The cylindrical bags and the cereal boxes feel too literal to be whimsical. The most successful bags are the least literal and the least amount of words on them: The Tony Tiger bag and the Kellogg’s bag. She could have made the Daz bag work if it was less an entire copy of the logo because it’s got strong graphical elements.

    • ktr33

      LITERAL! That’s the word. Except for the rooster, they’re all too literal; they’re not *interpretations* of iconic images. That’s why the Kellog’s works best.

  • Jess Collett

    I can’t lie – I find the designs of old adverts really beautiful and they translate well into this medium. Apart from the fringes. I have a strange hatred for fringes.

  • Capt. Renault

    I only like the ones whose brands I don’t know.

    • VFinn

      Yes! I love the one that says British Glory, but I don’t recognize the advertisement.

  • blue808

    I love the idea of pop culture + fashion hybrids when they’re done well….but these are just AWFUL!

  • BobStPaul

    Nay. The rooster bag is the only one that can stand on its own.

  • Lori

    Nay. I think this idea is already played out, in large part because it’s very difficult to do well, and even if it wasn’t this version is not good.

  • Noah

    Fuck this thing in particular.

  • Sarah

    I dig Swan Vestas best, maybe tied for Ship Household. I like all the handbags, really – nay to the clutches.

  • Glam Dixie

    Nay, while a couple of them are cute, this whole concept is so last week.

  • myristica_fragrans

    i like the rooster and gloucester totes.

  • Dagney

    I’m in the wrong line of work. Someone is getting paid for this shit. THERE IS NO ACTUAL DESIGN WORK IN THESE PURSES. I should quit my job, buy some rights to plaster Cheez Wizz logos on shapeless dress and call it a “design.”

    • Gatto Nero


    • suzq

      Pringles for me.

  • Digestive Biscuit clutch? Oh, yes. YES.

  • imspinningaround

    Corn Flakes rooster tote, Tony the Tiger tote, and the Ariel and Daz clutches. Give them to me posthaste.

  • susan6

    1. Nay. Not into being a walking billboard, and they’re not aesthetically pleasing as clutches/handbags/whatnot.
    2. How are they not getting sued by Kelloggs etc? Did they pay to use the trademarked logos?

  • SistaT

    I can’t say NAY loudly enough.

  • MilaXX

    I’m not crazy about the round ones, but they might work with jeans. Except for the one that says digestives. The rest are a definite YAY! I like the quirkiness.

  • formerlyAnon

    Nay for me, Yea for others. I like them, but in the way I liked the cheap vinyl purses in the form of candy or food packaging I had as a child in the late 60s/early 70s. (I remember the tootsie roll purse particularly strongly.) Others will enjoy these.

    • Little_Olive

      The candy bags are way prettier! They were playful and didn’t take “themselves” too seriously, as these seem to do.

    • Gatto Nero

      Others with several thousand to blow on an appropriated logo handbag.

  • Hate the cylindrical ones, and hate the stiff boxes. The soft sided bags are better but I still twitch at carrying ANY bag with a large logo, so overall NAY.

  • GKaller

    i just don’t understand the recent trend of designers to use food labels/logos in their lines. Am i missing something??

  • boweryboy

    NAY. They’re way, way too kitchy to command the astronomical prices I know they’re going for. Granted, they’re fun but they don’t read chic or high end luxury to me. I do love the white Kellog’s rooster tote. That’s pretty fab.

    • Lori

      It does seem to be a trend, and frankly in high end items it feels condescending and kind of shitty, sort of a modern version of (the apocryphal) “let them eat cake.” If the 99% decide to rise up and kill their overlords in their beds future historians are going to tell stories about this stuff.

      • boweryboy

        I couldn’t agree more. I thought the Chanel supermarket runway show was consdescending and tasteless. Glad I’m not the only one who feels this way.

        • Lori

          Definitely not just you.

    • marlie

      The rooster tote one runs about $2200. No effing way I’m paying that much to advertise a cereal that I’ve never even eaten (I’ve never eaten ANY of those); it’s not even “ironic” for me.

  • Kate4queen

    LOVE!!! Digestive biscuits bag for the win!

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  • Little_Olive

    Yeah, whatever.

  • RescueMe23

    I want the Tony the Tiger handbag please. Thank you.

  • Mary Elizabeth Poytinger Baume

    love. love. love.

  • FibonacciSequins

    I’m not too interested in paying hard cash for something with an ad on it, even if the ad is outdated/quaint/nostalgic. The bags are nice, though.

    How does this work? Do they need permission to use these trademarks? Who’s paying who?

  • Alyssa

    Nay, especially to the digestives bag.

  • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

    Nay. Enough already.

  • Monabel

    Too easy.

  • VFinn

    I think they’re cute, but I know what Anya Hindmarch charges for bags. These are the kind of thing I would go “ooh!” over if I saw it at Target for $25, and I’d say, “I can blow $25 on that!” But given that this isn’t “Anya Hindmarch for Target” (and when will THAT happen?!!! Sigh…), I say, nah. I can live without these.

    • VFinn

      Oh — there was an Anya Hindmarch for Target collection. I forgot about it, and judging by the pics on Google, it seems to have been very forgettable.

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  • PastryGoddess

    So thank you. Come up with your own designs


    ‘specially the McVitties bags.

  • KES4K

    I absolutely want a cereal clutch. Handbags are overkill (a little too ‘high-end corporate giveaway’) but the clutches? Perfection. Now I want a bowl of Cocoa Krispies.

  • Tanya Wade

    I would have killed to have the Tony the Tiger bag back in college. Ah hell, I want it now!

  • Imasewsure

    I’ve burned out on these types of retro-kitsch bags unfortunately (although I think I need that white rooster bag anyway). Still I go Nay just because it’s been done too much lately (and the Sponge Bob, Micky D’s bags were more fun)

  • ChiKat67

    Love the McVities and the old school coco puffs!

  • kimmeister

    I am against words being on clothing/accessories on principle (including the brand name), so that leaves me only the Cornelius rooster bag. Which is pretty cute, in its own right, and of a very functional size/shape for me. I’d like the Tony the Tiger one if it didn’t have his name on it.

  • barbarienne

    They’re cute, but I’m over the “use corporate icons as design elements” thing. Whether it’s ironic or nostalgia, it’s starting to read as “shill” and cross-promoting to me.

  • B_C_J

    Uninspired & in certain cases a bit tacky (digestives – really?) The concept has been done.

  • MartyBellerMask

    Ugh, no.

  • ktr33

    Love the rooster bag bc it’s so graphic and pared-down. The other stuff I would’ve gone nuts for in the late ’80s when I fancied myself very wacky and made earrings out of cut up credit cards and bought earrings that were laminated vintage stamps.
    At my advanced age I find the bags gimmicky and forced, tho I love all the graphics. I’d rather have the graphics on, for example, a Moleskin notebook than on purses. Except for the rooster, it all just seems like “novelty.”
    [edit] NAY!

    • Qitkat

      I think it CAN be fun when graphics aren’t so literal, when they have been tweaked a little bit, so that you have to turn your head, and then think, oh, that’s clever. The large purses are just ugly basic handbags, the other shapes are passable for a nite out, but since the designs are too corporate, the irony is lost on me. Your idea for the design on a moleskin notebook is cute though, or a phone case, as some of those are just tacky that are on the market.

  • Laylalola

    No, a thousand times no. Like the Moschino McDonald’s-wear, there’s something vaguely offensive about all this in a “I’m part of the One Percent and think this is funny/let them eat cake” kind of way.

    • Good point; they bother me immensely and I wasn’t sure why.

  • KinoEye

    Is anyone else creeped out byTony the Tiger? Something about him just looks off. Anyway, NAY to most of these, except for the white rooster bag. I kinda like that one for its simplicity.

    • Qitkat

      Tony the Tiger doesn’t bother me, but it would be cuter if it were oddly cropped, no words, so it made you think. The rooster is the only one that is a little cool, because of the simplicity. The other designs are like a magazine cover that is too cluttered with extraneousness.

  • ThaliaMenninger

    I kind of love all of them, but they would totally take over an outfit. Like you’d have to wear a little white top and white jeans or something similarly sporty and monochromatic to make them work.

  • Clydette Wantland

    NAY, no thanks.

  • clatie

    Gimmicky. Nay.

  • Serena

    too meta-fashion for me. no thanks

  • Call me Bee

    Kinda cute, but I’ll but most people wont get it. I hope they got permission from the Kellogg people for these designs….

    • IMNAngryLiberal

      Oh you betcha they got permission from Kellogg’s for those designs .. and probably paid a pretty penny for that permission! No legal team in the world would let these go without all the nice legalities nicely wrapped up.

      • ktr33

        Except for the fine folks at Thursday Friday who got in trouble with Hermes for printing an image of the Birkin on their canvas totes.

  • marlie

    NAY. I’m sorry, If I’m going to pay $2200 for a handbag, there’s no way in hell I want it to look like a cereal box or have a cereal logo on it.

  • StillGary

    They are cute — but not the price for cute just don’t compute!

  • Julie Parr

    Seems a little derivative of the McDonald’s wear from earlier this year.

  • Kent Roby

    I’m holding out for a $10,000 bag that looks exactly like a bulk box of Depends.

    • kimmeister

      Well, better that than a pair of used Depends.

    • Exactly!

  • Paula Pertile

    Love / Hate, can’t decide. I guess I love the idea, but maybe not some of the actual choices.
    They’re probably, what, $14,000 or something?

  • Bad Idea Jeans

    These are cute if they were being sold on Etsy for $35. Also, I do love that the McVities bag is the perfect size and shape to hold my package of digestive biscuits.

  • suzq

    From a design standpoint, the hard sided backs are awkward. The cylindrical bags zip on two sides. What if I unzip the wrong side and everything comes tumbling out? The handbags are open sacks. And for this design inconvenience I pay $2,200? Oh, and top it off with tacky commercial graphics. No.

    • You expressed it much more eloquently than I.

  • SorayaS

    NAY, tacky. I concede the Tony the Tiger bag is cute.

  • Sophie

    Haven’t we seen all this before? With MacDonald’s and other brands? Certainly not something you can justify buying because it’ll last you decades.

  • dashwoodstole

    The big bags are all kinds of want. The clutches and biscuit packet things, no.

  • Man Dala

    YEA to some of them, then ones that look like actual bags
    NAY to the cereal boxes, and NAY to the cylindrical ones, they remind me of those plastic containers they give you at a pool party to put all your shit in so that it doesn’t get wet.

  • titaness25

    If I wanted to have this look, I could repurpose my box o’ Frosties for much less than this lady’s probably charging.

  • Corsetmaker

    The irony being that this is the closest many of their customers will ever get to a packet of biscuits!

    They remind me of pencil cases. I’d want to have a variety of sweetie shaped and scented erasers and a pen shaped like an ice cream cone inside one of these.

  • Raymond Dnomyar

    LOL stahp

  • save_the_hobbit

    Okay those are cute, but if EVERY fashion house keeps putting out stuff like this every year it just gets kind of dumb and unoriginal.

    • livesarah

      True. I like them but it’s a bit bandwagon-y.

  • Daisy Buchanan

    What is up this trend of turning corporate brands into high end accessories? I thought the days of Coca-Cola apparel in the ’80s were bad enough.

    (That said, the big handbag with the Kellogg’s logo against the white background would be okay as a novelty. The rest are too busy.)

  • Akemi

    I like the Corn Flakes bag.

  • melanie0866

    YEA. Witty and fun.

  • These are horrible. I’m sorry, but, yep, looked at them again, horrible.

  • SportifLateBoomer

    I too am having irrational lust for the stylized Corn Flake Cock and Blue Tony the Tiger — the first my dad’s favorite cereal every day of his life, the second, one of the super sugary sweet breakfasts of my childhood. I’ll wait for the knockoffs, thanks.

    Someone below mentions the Kellogg variety pack of mini boxes. Hell i’m so old I remember when they were Sugar Pops and Sugar Smacks. Now I want some!

  • macwell

    Total pass.

  • Hermitage

    I like how my entire childhood was being told to hide all evidence of poverty/tackiness, and now rich people are like “LOL, ironic! Take my $5,000,000 dollars.”

  • I only want the Digestives bag if it does what happens in the Digestives commercial: a litter of Corgi puppies comes crawling out of a Digestives bag. That commercial is just one of the cutest!

  • CNM


  • Melissa Mendes

    I love all of them except for the Digestives ones. Shudder. Has anyone seen her metal “crisp packet” bags? I’m kind of obsessed.

  • livesarah

    Right up my alley. But I would snip off the tassels. Tassels are on my Irrational Hate List.

  • DominoEstella

    I think she’s officially jumped the shark.. I am ok with that one Cornflakes bag though.. kind of cute but not at the price she charges.

  • snarkykitten

    It just reeks of “look at what the little people eat, how quaint”

  • Kristi Puckett Carrillo

    What? No! Yuck! (I’m old.)

  • roverrun

    I’d really love a bag that would have had the vintage “Team Cereal” print, and sadly since I love McVitties (The Big Royal wedding cake was McVitties based…how did that miracle happen?) in all forms, I love the bags.

  • majorbedhead

    If they had a Jaffa Cakes one, I’d be all over it. I do like the leather Corn Flakes bag and the McVities bags.

  • CommentsByKatie

    I feel like this is appropriating the garage sale / vintage aesthetic in a way that makes me uncomfortable. I feel like some people are going back to vintage/antique items because they have a sort of comfortable authenticity that brand name couture items by nature cannot have; mixing that aesthetic with this kind of high cost item feels wrong to me.

  • quiltrx

    I’m kind of not crazy about the ‘brand appropriation’ aesthetic.

    • Amel

      Yeah these just remind me of those Moschino McDonald-themed shoes and handbags that were so utterly hideous

  • LeelaST

    NAY. Pure kitsch. Although a Life cereal bag would be pretty existential…

  • kfizz

    Oh, gods, no. No no no.

  • Scot Meacham Wood

    I find the whimsy of these completely adorable. Especially the evening bags.

  • Kathleen Sweeney

    Love them, especially the corn flakes bag.

  • RedRaven617

    Love them!

  • So now you can be a walking billboard for not one, but two brands! NAY.

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  • Kane

    Now, if the Coco Pops bag replaced that monkey with a midcentury-geometric caricature of Coco Chanel, that would be completely amazing.

  • Aidan B

    I like the ones that aren’t food-based. The digestives one made me remember that I have some at home and now I’m drooling.

  • Mr. J.

    Cute and kicky….and, at these prices, obscene–honey, we’re into Marie Antoinette territory here.

  • Ann VerWiebe

    I want them all now, immediately!

  • I want someone to make bags that look like books. Tiny books, giant books, all sizes of books.

    • KT

      Several designers have already done that, including Kate Spade. Your wish is their command!

  • siriuslover

    I don’t like the clutches or the small wallet things. I do really like the handbags, especially the ones with the British stuff 😉

  • RidgewayGirl

    I like the Kellog’s rooster bag, but hasn’t this been done before?

  • KT

    Ugh, stop. Postmodernism has been DONE TO DEATH, so this really isn’t that unique or interesting. This might as well be called “Anya Hinmarch Fall 2014 Bags for Wealthy Hipsters”

    Although what I wouldn’t give to see Kim Kardashian walking around with a bag that features the word “digestive” on the side…

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  • lilazander

    This is cooky as hell, but wholeheatedly YEA!