Spring Summer 2010 men's bag

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    can anyone tell me the name of this bag and whether it is being sold?
    thank you :smile:
  2. That bag did not make it into production sadly
  3. ^^THat bag would've been hot in Glacier don't you think Matt?
  4. What? :cry:
  5. so what happens to those bags in the show? do they just get rid of them? or do they end up somewhere??
  6. anyone???
  7. Some prototypes are given to fashion editors as a gift who then often sell the bags. Most of the prototypes, however, are stored somewhere after the runway show (Asnieres maybe).
  8. Most are burnt (LVMH policy...)