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Would You Wear This Christian Louboutin Satchel?

08/11/2007 at 02:00 PM ET

Photo: Courtesy saksfifthavenue.com

Christian Louboutin shoes always make us weak in the knees, but we’re not sure if we can say the same about his handbags. What do you think about this furry alpaca satchel? Tell us: Would you wear it?

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Sara on

This reminds me of a quote from “Clueless”— “At least I didn’t skin a collie to make my backpack.”

lenathediva on

The Cousin It of handbags.

Karen on

it would be like wearing a woolly mammoth on your arm.

Tammy on

YUCK!! & double YUCK!! If I wanted to carry something that hairy I would buy a Poodle. But I bet Ashley or Mary Kate Olsen would buy it.

Rach♥ on

sorry I don’t wear items that look like they have human hair on them…lol

S on

WHAT is with bags that look as though they are made of Muppet-skin??? I recently saw a red Versace fur bag, that looked like Elmo’s skin!

Ali on

THAT LOOKS LIKE HUMAN HAIR.

Lola on

This looks soft and touchable and…alive. Urgh. I’d buy it as a fluffy, $5 throw pillow to cuddle. Not to wear in public!!!

Eileen on

hi i enjoyed the read

AnyKnockOff on

That bag needs a serious haircut.

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