The concept of Gucci Jackie bag traced back to the 1950s (the same era Hermes released their Trim hobo bag), the bag was made famous by the former first lady, Jacqueline “Jackie” Kennedy. This hobo-style bag was often spotted on her in different sizes, materials and colours.
Being with one of most-photographed women of that era, this Gucci bag quickly became a classic. Gucci eventually renamed it as the Jackie Bag in honour of Jacqueline Kennedy.
On Gucci timeline, the Jackie bag was first revived by Tom Ford in 1999, briefly by Frida Giannini in 2009 and most recently by Alessandro Michele in 2020. Fashion comes and goes, but a classic piece with heritage like Jackie Bag, stays timeless to the house and recreates new legacy in every generation.
True to its original 1960s silhouette, this Jackie hobo bag slouches elegantly and casually. Buckled top handle with a deep, curvy drop to the bag’s opening.
In similar size to the current medium Jackie bag, this bag is spacious in capacity and can be carried unisex. Comes with an extension strap, this bag can be converted into a cross-body bag for contemporary lifestyles.
Exterior made of durable textured cowhide leather, with an exotic touch of printed lizard-skin gradient colour.
- Cowhide leather with printed lizard-skin texture.
- Light gold tone hardware.
- Buckled top handle, comes with extension strap.
- Curvy opening with piston-lock buckle.
- Interior zip pocket.
Similar design/current version is retailing at RM10k+
Attachment (s): dust bag, extension strap and booklet.
9/10 almost-new condition.