The Chanel Hula Hoop Bag (Finally) Makes Its Street Style Debut

We've been waiting all week to see who would pop up on the street style radar with one of those bonkers Chanel hula hoop bags. Our money was on Anna Dello Russo. But it's a good thing we're not betting people, because while the bag did finally make an appearance, it wasn't on ADR: It was on the arm of Marie Claire accessories director Kyle Anderson.
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We've been waiting all week to see who would pop up on the street style radar with one of those bonkers Chanel hula hoop bags. Our money was on Anna Dello Russo. But it's a good thing we're not betting people, because while the bag did finally make an appearance, it wasn't on ADR: It was on the arm of Marie Claire accessories director Kyle Anderson.
Photo: @kyleeditor

Photo: @kyleeditor

We've been waiting all week to see who would pop up on the street style radar with one of those bonkers Chanel hula hoop bags. Our money was on Anna Dello Russo.

But it's a good thing we're not betting people, because while the bag did finally make an appearance, it wasn't on ADR: It was on the arm of Marie Claire accessories director Kyle Anderson.

We don't know why we didn't think of Anderson first. But when I passed him on the way to Vera Wang this morning--perched on the fountain of Lincoln Center, phone in one hand, hula hoop bag in the other--it all made sense. He's got an outlandish (in the best way) sense of style and, well, he's an accessories editor, so he has easy access to the bag.

We didn't spy the hula hoop holder, but hey, there are still three more fashion weeks to go.