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Jan 27, 2007, 10:31pm   #16
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thank you for the article.
i love bottega.
Jan 27, 2007, 10:36pm   #17
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there's someone here that's had her BV for ever, like 15+ yrs and said it's pristine.
I guess it depends on how hard a person is on their luxe goods.
Jan 27, 2007, 11:18pm   #18
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I always thought the woven leather would be fragile, but I've read so many good things about BV bags...and I thought Chanel bags were supposed to age nicely too, at least the caviar ones..??
Jan 27, 2007, 11:33pm   #19
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Interesting article. Personally i prefer the look of Hermes more over the look of BV, but it doesn't matter.. can't afford either ;o)
Jan 27, 2007, 11:37pm   #20
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Thanks for the article. I would definitely rank Hermes above BV, if only for the fact that BV seems to be all over the place lately. You can buy BV on so many sites while Hermes bags aren't even sold on their own website.

Right or wrong, the exclusivity of Hermes gives it a more "luxurious" feel, IMHO.
Jan 28, 2007, 12:15am   #21
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Originally Posted by Swanky Mama Of Three
there's someone here that's had her BV for ever, like 15+ yrs and said it's pristine.
I guess it depends on how hard a person is on their luxe goods.
My mother has BV bags that are more than 30yo. and yes they look beautiful. The mint greens and reds and browns are pefect.
Jan 28, 2007, 3:07am   #22
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Originally Posted by Swanky Mama Of Three
there's someone here that's had her BV for ever, like 15+ yrs and said it's pristine.
I guess it depends on how hard a person is on their luxe goods.

As I've mentioned before, my BV survived the clawing of a poor, road injured cat and shows no marks; even though I had to, gently, extract its claws from the leather!

I'm sure a lesser quality leather would have been ruined, but because the leather is so soft and flexible, it almost seemed to 'heal'.

Colour transfer is a problem, though.

BTW, the cat survived, too!
Jan 28, 2007, 3:14am   #23
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In terms of ranking, I'd personally rank BV higher than Hermes, as I'm not really bothered where a brand is sold, or how exclusive they make themselves seem.

I care about the cast iron realities of beauty, style, quality and comfort.

But I don't think that's the general perception.
Jan 28, 2007, 4:51am   #24
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I love bv bags. It is definately one of my favorites. I loved all of their woven designs. The price for these designer bags are pricey though. Some totes go up to the tens of thousands.
Jan 28, 2007, 9:21am   #25
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I don't know why it has to be Hermes v. BV--they are different and each luxury bags in their own right. BV is my favorite brand but that doesn't mean I can't appreciate the quality of Hermes.

I have several vintage BV's and they have aged beautifully. I just use normal care with them. I sold one on eBay and the feedback from the buyer was that the bag was in excellent condition! A 20+ yr old bag!

I enjoyed the article--thanks for finding it in the PF archives.
Jan 28, 2007, 2:46pm   #26
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What I think is interesting about this article is that now BV has come out with "logo" bag for this season, and also a lot of lower priced bags . . .
Jan 28, 2007, 8:06pm   #27
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Interesting article. BV has really caught my attention since last year because of their appealing styles and colors. I'm definitely buying a BV bag this year!
Jan 29, 2007, 1:34am   #28
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Originally Posted by handbagdreamer
What I think is interesting about this article is that now BV has come out with "logo" bag for this season, and also a lot of lower priced bags . . .
Which logo bags that? Are you refering to the initial print (when your initials are enough) one? That was from the Resort collection, and I thought that was SOOOOOOOO cool!!!

I know there are the canvas bags, also from the Resort collection, which are prolly good entry points. But I think BV will always be known for their leather, so I'll hold out for a leather BV or naught.

I def want a BV bag, whereas I'm not into Hermes bags yet
Jan 29, 2007, 2:09am   #29
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Originally Posted by Nymph
Which logo bags that? Are you refering to the initial print (when your initials are enough) one? That was from the Resort collection, and I thought that was SOOOOOOOO cool!!!

The bag I saw that has a logo is on their website and I saw it IRL at NM. It almost has a crossword puzzle look? . . . I wasn't that impressed with the bag . . .
Jan 29, 2007, 5:16am   #30
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Can't seem to be able to link up to the BV website...

I thought the whole idea of this print - the BV slogan was a cute idea versus a usual monogram print.
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