Bar Refaeli Totes Structured Blue Designer Bag in Milan

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Bar Refaeli toted a new arm candy while the blonde bombshell was out and about in Milan this week. It was structured, blue, and looked very expensive.

Bar Refaeli goes shopping for shoes to wear at the Sanremo Music FestivalBar Refaeli goes shopping for shoes to wear at the Sanremo Music Festival in Milan, Italy, on February 12, 2013

We initially thought it was a piece from Proenza Schouler (the PS13), but soon found ourselves quite mistaken after taking a closer look.

On the same day, the 27-year-old Israeli model tweeted, “Just arrived in #SanRemo !! Ready for the festival!”

The most popular Italian song contest and awards ceremony, the Sanremo Music Festival is held annually in the town of Sanremo, Liguria.

Bar Refaeli new structured blue purseBar Refaeli new structured blue purse

Do you think it could be a Celine, a Prada, or some other label? In fact, she toted a handbag from Fontana Milano 1915. Founded by Guido Pieracci, it is a small family-owned company that is entirely Made in Italy.

Below is the Proenza Schouler PS13 for you. It was recently spotted on Kate Beckinsale and Charlize Theron.

If you want Bar’s structured tote and you don’t mind grabbing something similar from another brand, the PS13 would be a good designer alternative:

This conveniently sized Proenza Schouler PS13 bag features the style's iconic details, in a design large enough to hold all your essentialsLight Peacock Proenza Schouler PS13 Small Satchel Bag, $2,250

You can also try this pretty blue Trapeze-like tote from Zac by Zac Posen if you don’t want to spend too much.

zac by zac posen eartha tote in marlinMarlin ZAC by Zac Posen Eartha Tote Bag, $495

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