There is something unforgettably special about the intimate stories behind our most prized possessions and cherished heirlooms—and that extends all the way to our first-ever designer bags. This week, I approached my fellow Vogue editors and colleagues to cast their minds back to the memories of their earliest, and most hotly-coveted, fashion buys. Both their surprising picks and the charming stories behind them didn’t disappoint. We may not know where every one of these now-vintage styles has ended up (from an uber-rare, light-up logo top handle bag from Miu Miu, to a corduroy tote from Kate Spade), but we did our best to track them down on resale sites for those looking to recreate the look today—and reunite these editors with their previously prized possessions once again. Below, find 15 tales of handbag obsessions, and discover how these Vogue editors fell back in love with their first-ever designer classics—cross-bodies, pochettes, backpacks, top handles, and more. The first bag I ever remember owning was from Coach. I spent a lot of time in the handbag section of my hometown Belk Jones store contemplating my purchase. Luckily, Coach has reissued many of their archive styles...