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This Is Why It's Impossible to Get a Mansur Gavriel Bag

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This probably doesn't come as a total surprise, but Mansur Gavriel fever is still at a crazy high. According to data from shopping site Lyst, 56,732 customers have tried to buy a Mansur Gavriel bag through Lyst since the beginning of the year. That boils down to about 288 people fighting over each bag that becomes available on the site.

The Mansur Gavriel bags are 30 times more popular than any other bucket bag offered from over 11,000 vendors on Lyst, but that hasn't stopped a bunch of brands from trying to jump on the trend. There are currently over 4,000 bucket bag products on the e-comm site, 60% of which have only materialized in the past six months.

Behind Mansur Gavriel, the next most popular bucket bag on Lyst is See by Chloé's Vicki bag. In third place is the Michael Michael Kors Jules, and rounding out the top four is Alexander Wang's Diego bag.