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The iconic shape of the Betty Bag was created by Hedi Slimane to initiate himself at Saint Laurent. This striking bag was specifically inspired by, and pays homage to Yves Saint Laurent’s lifelong friend and muse Betty Catroux. With his introduction to the brand, Slimane has taken this friendship and made it into a tangible and lucrative set of accessories. Different versions of the Saint Laurent Betty Bag have featured in Saint Laurent campaigns and have been shot in magazines including Vogue and Harpers Bazaar. These bags are renowned to sell-out worldwide as soon as they hit the stores. These fabulous Betty Bags are available in three sizes, small, medium and large. The Betty Bags all feature the signature ‘rive gauche’ folder corners and adjustable snake-chain strap. There are several new styles of this outstanding bag. They include the Black Noir with Gold hardware and Black Noir with Silver studs, both of these styles are available in a medium sized bag. The silver and gold hardware that feature on these fabulous Betty Bags give a rock chic element. These bags can be used as everyday bags as well as evening and special event clutches. The Betty Bag is a perfect option to keep you looking stylish and chic. Another statement piece in Saint Laurent’s range of Betty Bags, that is a must have for any wardrobe is the small sized Baby Cat Pony Hair Betty Bag. This bag will last you forever, and will add that extra element to your outfit with a pattern that will keep all eyes on you. The Betty Bag is a front row favourite among many different celebrities including Kate Moss, Chrissy Teigan, Duchess Kate, Salma Kayek, Angelina Jolie, Lady Gaga, Kylie Minogue, Olivia Palermo and blogger The Style Heroine.

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