What risk do you run by carrying a Michael Kors bag?
Definitely this year’s big question: what risk do you run by carrying a Michael Kors bag?
Actually, it’s a risk-free solution; the bags are practical, well structured, well made, and you can see them everywhere: in every magazine, in every store, in every city, in the newsletters sent to your mailboxes, in all the blogs and all the clicks. If you check your SPAM, one may be lying dormant there too.
So no risk in carrying one or even giving it as a gift. You will slip into the crowd with ease, since it has a familiar shape that holds no surprises, as if it’s already been lurking at the back of your mind for some time…
An air of “déjà vu”?
Yes that’s it, I think Calvin Klein bags are similar in terms of style. And they themselves are close to those from DKNY, or “Never Full” by Louis Vuitton, which are in turn similar to the “Saint Louis” bag by Goyard!
And besides … doesn’t this leather also give me that “déjà vu” feeling? Yes, it reminds me of … the Prada leather, that’s it, or See by Chloé, or Furla? I don’t know anymore, I’m confused
Oh dear, but who designed the first bag using this leather. Talk about a chicken or egg situation!
In the era of personalisation, the highlighting of all personalities, you start to ask yourself: how can creation be so linear between the brands and feature this common “déjà vu” thread which seems to dance from shop window to shop window, from a pop-up to a capsule collection?
And as you are neither chicken nor egg, you decide to do some more searching; a little more clued up, in fact: a serious search for a genuine original bag that must be yours, in other words, an extension of who you are and not just an echo of the others.
You are on the right path: you aspire to be “You by You” rather than Marc by Marc.Tags: bag, leather bag, Michael Kors, sac