These Are The 7 Next Big Bag Brands

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Believe it or not, there was a time—not so long ago—when you didn’t see that one Mansur Gavriel bucket bag literally everywhere. While we love trying out established trends and brands, we’re also always looking for what’s new and next. That said, we’ve been paying careful attention to what the It girls are toting their Glossier highlighter sticks and Clé de Peau Beauté concealers around in, and we’ve tracked down the on-the-rise bag brands you’re going to be seeing a lot more of very soon. From a streamlined bucket style with Solange’s stamp of approval to a cool wristlet beloved by bloggers, these are the bags to invest in now.

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Large Ring Pouch

$185

Otaat

Otaat

Created by two former architecture students, this line has earned a ton of fashion blogger-love for its wristlet style, which fits your necessities and basically doubles as jewelry.

Blush Mini Bucket

$495

Cuero&Mør

Cuero & Mør

This Spanish brand's sleek, updated take on a bucket bag has won over fashionistas including the supremely stylish Solange.

Onyx Olla Bag

$426

Are Studio

Are Studio

With designs that balance geometric shapes and super-soft materials (like incredibly buttery leather), this Los Angeles brand is a minimalist fashion girl's dream.

Mini Aubock Shopper

$848

Trademark

Trademark

The New York–based brand recently ditched creating full collections in order to focus solely on vintage-inspired accessories with decidedly modern details.

Deco Belt Bag

$340

Vere Verto

VereVerto

The LA-based design duo of Paige Smith and Consuelo Chozas have earned lots of love for their sleek utilitarian backpacks and bucket bags, but their quirky new hip pack—co-created by stylist Sissy Sainte-Marie—has been selling out like crazy.

Petite Bag in Lilac

$390

Building Block

Building Block

This Los Angeles based brand, designed by sisters Nancy and Kimberly Wu, has earned loyal fans internationally (they're huge in Japan) for its sleek, modernist styles and signature tassel detail. Building Block's latest collection also includes this lilac shade that—dare we say—might just be the new Millennial Pink.