Dior‘s Croisette bag is the perfect example of good intentions improperly executed in design. The idea is to make an oversized, edgy bag that can be used for work or play but instead is an over sized bumpy mess of harnesses, studs and hardware. I picked this up the other day and the only thing it’s good for is building biceps cuz it’s heavy as hell! It is also very stiff and awkward and forget it if you have long hair like me– mine got caught in the web of hardware– ouch! The hardware prevents the calfskin from curving around your body, so important when the shoulder straps are that short and the bag that wide. You end up walking around like you’re carrying a giant trunk full of bibles for sale. I would have just made the harness detail along the top, middle or bottom of the bag, not the entire thing. I find that a little goes a long way when it comes to studs. $2,550 at Bergdorf Goodman (hello! expensive!). What do you think, Snob or Slob?