Maybe it's me. Perhaps I've been completely wrong in assuming handbag designer Anya Hindmarch was about luxury and a certain highbrow style, even when mass producing. It's not that I was all too crazy about the idea of Anya Hindmarch for Target, but hey, everybody's doing that; I don't buy the fashion equivalent of fast food anyway.
But these $230 a piece totes strike me as an incredibly cynical move. I get the feeling Ms. Hindmarch has really lost respect for her clients. As far as I'm concerned, the feeling is mutual.