Top 7 Exclusive Women Bag Brands in The World

Handbags have a way of enhancing a woman's elegance, and these are the top ten. Why not invest in a long-lasting collection rather than a one-season wonder when it comes to handbags? Listed below are the best luxury handbags from well-known fashion houses.

#1 Louis Vuitton Speedy

The LV Speedy tops our list of the best luxury handbags. A 90-year-old fashion trend is still popular today. When it was introduced in 1930, The Express was a bold departure for a firm primarily known for steamer trunks and hard-sided luggage. It was a soft-sided, 30-centimeter satchel made of LV monogram canvas that is now known as the Speedy. The bag's shape was similar to a doctor's bag, and a duffel bag rolled into one.

LV has been making Speedy Bandoulières since 2011, with an adjustable, removable three-piece strap that can be used as a crossbody or shoulder bag. The top zip fastening, two rolled-up handles, and piping remain, as does the vachetta zipper pull, a hallmark of LV's untreated Italian leather designs. Eventually, variants sprung up when women sought reasons to acquire more than one Speedy or to have their favorite style customized.

#2 The Hermes Kelley

The Hermès Kelly was around long before the Hermès Birkin (depicted below). The Sac à Courroies, which Hermè's marketed to transport saddles, was the inspiration for Robert Dumas' 1935 design. Hermè is still controlled by Robert Dumas' family. A trapezoid shape, a sturdy handle, pull straps to keep the flap open, and a turn-lock with a key were all employed to transform the bag into a genuine purse.

During the shooting of To Catch a Thief in 1954, Grace Kelly snagged one. The "Kelly bag" became famous when Princess Grace of Monaco started using it to conceal her growing baby belly from the paparazzi in 1956. Since then, ladies have been calling Hermè's to obtain the much-coveted "Kelly bag." A single craftsman spends between 20 and 25 hours hand-sewing, gluing, gumming, and buffing each of the 36 pieces of leather that make up the Kelly, Hermè's' most intricate model.

#3 Chanel's Classic Flap

When the Classic Flap made its debut in February of 1955, it was innovative because it was created by Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel to be hands-free. The bag was hung from a long metal chain so that you could match it either over a woman's shoulder or in the crook of her arm with the chain doubled.

When it first came out, it featured an open rear pocket, a turn-lock clasp, and Burgundy-lined inside pockets— but it wasn't until the 1980s that Karl Lagerfeld got the idea to incorporate Chanel's double C emblem into the turn lock. This is a Classic Flap without the double-C turn-lock, thus the nickname "2.55".

#4 Hermes Birkin

Hermè's owner Jean-Louis Dumas was once on a trip from Paris to London with English actress Jane Birkin, who was famous in France for her years with singer and writer Serge Gainsbourg.

After failing to find a weekend bag she loved, Birkin would carry a wicker basket. The contents of her wicker basket spilled out of an overhead bin, so she and her seatmate scribbled ideas for handbags on the back of an airsick bag.

A five-year waiting list, many counterfeits, and a secondary market where a Birkin is appreciated more than blue-chip stocks were all the outcomes of their cooperation with Dumas in 1986. When there is so much competition in today's market, Hermè's is able to keep its mysterious reputation and stay a top luxury handbag brand with very little advertising.

#5 Louis Vuitton's Neverfull

When tote luxury handbags first appeared in 2007, it seemed as if they had been around for eons. Neverfull was bigger and lighter than Speedy, so it had a trapezoid shape and monogrammed cloth.

It's no surprise that LV's Neverfull GM size (which measures 15.7 inches wide) is popular as both a workout bag and a diaper bag, but the brand presently offers a plethora of Neverfull alternatives, including Goyard-style stripes, monograms, and stickers in a variety of colors.

#6 Prada Nylon Re-Edition

Consider it a resurgence of the decade of the 1990s. Re-Edition models Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner, both of whom have been spotted wearing Prada's Saffiano-trimmed nylon, were not even born when it became fashionable.

This bag looks so much like prior Prada designs that it's hard to discern old from new—even in a side-by-side comparison—is made of luggage-grade nylon, which is now back in fashion.

In other words, if your wardrobe has one of the first editions of Prada bags, you're already set. In the event that you missed out on the first time around, you can catch up with either a vintage model purchased on the secondary market or one straight from Prada, which is creating them in enough colors to inspire my outfit collecting sprees— all for around $800.

#7 Dior Book Tote

Tote bags with the names of Chanel, Celine, Saint Laurent, Givenchy, and nearly every other brand that makes accessories have embraced the trend of tote bags with the name of the designer spelled out in bold capital letters.

It's one of the most popular book bags because it comes in a wide range of prints and logo fabrics, as well as clever references to the brand's history. Cannage, which looks like chair canting, and houndstooth are both on the bag, which was a favorite of founder Christian Dior.