Givenchy HDG Small Tricolor Tote Bag: Twisted Tribute

Givenchy HDG Small Tricolor Tote Bag

For all the jaw-dropping amazingness currently coming out of the “House de Givenchy,” this is a disappointing tribute. I appreciate Riccardo Tisci’s way with heavy-metal hardware (as well as his unflinching love for it), but other than that industrial touch at the handles, this bag misses the beat. It fails to exude the edgy character and iconic feel I love about the brand.

Something’s missing. Where is that brilliantly twisted shape that comes with the bowler-inspired Antigona (loving the calf-hair addition)? Or the details on par with the star-embellished minaudiere, adornments worthy of going on display in a museum? Instead, we have not-so-surprising colorblocking, a flared gusset (the likes of which are a dime a dozen), and a logo that messes with our concept of Givenchy, rather than enhances it. Simply uninspired, I’m just going to say it: that HDG logo is just bad. It totally degrades the brand for me.

Available for pre-order at Bergdorf Goodman for $2,595 (expect delivery by October 7th).

6 thoughts on “Givenchy HDG Small Tricolor Tote Bag: Twisted Tribute

  1. This is one is definitely a miss. Too bad.
    How do you ladies feel about the Pandora? I can’t decide if I love it or hate it.

  2. Omg l’m loving it. Structured bags are here to stay !

  3. I agree the logo looks like someone’s initials gone wrong, love the color combo of the bag though.

  4. Sandra Rowley on said:

    Agreed, this is not good. I am a little disappointed to see Givenchy falling into the entire gusset trend…when will it stop? I am so obsessed with Givenchy that I will give this a pass because of all of their other truly incredible bags/shoes/clothes.

  5. Is it me or this bag is missing that little something extra?!! Definitely a miss for me as well…

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