Saturday, November 14, 2009

Marc Jacobs "Jennifer Bird Cage Shoulder Bag"

Black leather, golden hardware, removable shoulder strap with rings, 7 1/2" drop, flaptop magnetic snap, multicolor front bird cage embellishment, key lock adornment, black fabric lining, inside zip pocket, logo on hardware and interior.
size : 7"H x 11"W x 3 1/2"D
currently retails for $1,195.00
seen at : www.bergdorfgoodman.com


3 comments:

Celeste Bee said...

What on EARTH?

Eli Rothz said...

Oh yes, bird cages are here... when I posted this bag in my blog it reminded me a lot of chanel´s inspiration for the fall 09 look.

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