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Mansur Gavriel’s Baby Bucket Bags Are Actually for Babies

Know any fancy kids?

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Photo: Mansur Gavriel

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The Mansur Gavriel bucket bag was all anyone could talk about when the brand first entered the scene in 2012. It was everywhere — and still is. Because of the purse’s popularity, the brand has continued to roll out new iterations of the classic silhouette over the past four years. Its latest? The baby bucket bag — and yes, it’s actually for babies. (That’s not a joke, this bag was literally made to be used by children.)

Like the campaign images demonstrate, the baby bucket fits right in your palm of your hand; at just a little less than five inches tall and three inches wide, it’s smaller than the mini and mini mini by a long shot.

This is great news for all of the stylish children in your life who finally have the perfect accessory to go with their full Gucci looks. But if you don’t have a fancy baby to style, consider this the most budget-friendly way to get a piece from the brand, as the purse rings in at several hundred dollars less than anything else in the collection. You might only be able to carry your keys, chapstick, and loose change, but at least it’s cute!

Available in four colors (black, blush, brandy, and tan) and starting at $195, the baby bucket bag is currently being offered online and at the brand’s holiday pop-up shop in New York.