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Men’s Bags: Top 3 Must-Have Classics

Julien Isaacs
Julien is a fashion blogger, art lover, and sartorial enthusiast based in Los Angeles. When Julien is not in the office or in the classroom, he enjoys exploring cities, finding fab murals, and learning about up-and-coming designers.

“Men’s Bags: Top 3 Must-Have Classics”

There are some styles of bags that are timeless. No matter the occasion or the time of year, there are classics for men that are just eternally chic and never go out of style. Let’s call these the “aces” in your closet. To help you get on top of your fashion game, we’ve rounded up our top three must-have classic bags for men.

Christian Dior: Saddle Bag

From its iconic debut in Dior’s 2000 Spring/Summer runway show, the Dior Saddle Bag has become a fixture on the arms of street style stars and celebrities alike. This bag is both striking and versatile – worn frequently as a crossbody, but also with the option to wear it as a messenger or belt bag. With elegant design details, such as the Dior Oblique jacquard, and sumptuous leather finishes, you just can’t go wrong with a Dior Saddle Bag. 

Louis Vuitton: Keepall

Spacious and ever-so-chic, the Louis Vuitton Keepall is the perfect duffel bag for the stylish-gent on-the-go. Fitting perfectly into an airplane cabin, the trunk of a car or the backseat of an Uber, this bag can house everything you need for a weekend getaway. Coming in versions like the classic Damier Canvas or the ultra-hip PVC monogram, a Louis Vuitton Keepall never goes out of style.

Fendi: Monster Backpack

From the genius mind of Karl Lagerfeld was born the Fendi Monster. Starting originally as a keychain and extending into a variety of leather goods, the Fendi Monster Backpack, especially, has morphed from a craze into a 100% must-have staple. Backpacks made of nylon, leather, fur details, and sometimes even Swarovski crystals, always with the iconic Bag Bugs (Monster) motif are guaranteed to turn heads. 

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