Jeffrey Campbell is known primarily for its funky, vintage-inspired chunky wedges and sky-high heels, but now the brand is upping the ante for Spring with a cheeky new line of revenge-driven handbags. Cleverly titled "Girls We Hated in High School," the bags give meaning to that old chestnut "looking good is the best revenge." The totes are made from various top-notch leathers, fringe, and denim — and represent the irreverently stylish appeal that JC is famous for. Are you ready to get back at old what's-her-name? Click through to see why revenge never looked so good.
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Always a cash cow category for design houses, the spring 2010 collections offer handbags in a variety of shapes, sizes, and textures. One of the most ubiquitous trends of the season — tassels and fringe — had major moments at Bottega Veneta, Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton, Derek Lam, and Gucci. Other details to note when considering purchases for this season: clear plastic and lucite (at Prada and Fendi, respectively), stingray skin (Givenchy), crochet and woven details (Carolina Herrera and Bottega Veneta), and contrasting colors (Versace and Proenza Schouler). Check out our selection of the top 100 spring bags from New York, London, Milan, and Paris in the gallery below.