Bag Stalking! 26 Real-Life Pieces We Need From NYFW

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    This Fashion Week posed many a problem: What do we do about this hat hair? How do we protect our suede Tabitha Simmons from the snow, and—perhaps most importantly—which bag can hold all our NYFW necessities (umbrellas and Purells and flats, oh my!)?

    No worries—the fashion savvy rose to the occasion, solving this tricky accessory problem in serious style. And you best believe we sent our faithful purse-cam to capture all of the arm candy. From those iconic "C"s (yes, Célines and Chanels) to practical backpacks and brightly colored satchels, our photographers snapped the best of the "Where did you get that bag and can I have it now?" best. We know this flip-book will make you want to splurge on your next big statement piece, but, until you've saved up, we think these 2-D versions should tide you over.

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