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The Brand Making Classic Bags With a Twist

Bags that are practical, but definitely not boring.

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The New York-based accessories brand Vasic launched its first collection in 2015 with the intention to create “the standard handbag” for everyday use. The line feels timeless but it’s easy to distinguish; classic shapes are accented with trendy add-ons, like a simple tote lined with fur and a padded nylon bucket bag that sort of looks like a puffer coat.

The big draw, though, is that they really do work for just about everything, from daytime errands to going out at night to traveling, and everything in between.

Prices start just above the $200 mark and peak at $600, and almost every style is offered in both full and mini sizes.

Edite Bag in Cognac, $445; Elfie Bag in White Fur, $300.

Marche Fur Bag, $445; Town Tote in Bordeaux, $290.

Steady Bag, $600; Sevny Short Fur Bag, $240