At least Snoop Dogg/Lion knows a quality piece of leather when he sees one. This Louis Vuitton checkered messenger bag may be as manly as a fine French accessory gets, even if it's carried by every rich college girl across the country.
Leave it to Ryan Gosling to wear the most legitimate of the male accessory. This rugged two-strapper is fit for anything from a weekend in the Rockies to a month in Thailand, both of which we'd love to spend with Ryan and whatever bag he wants to carry.
Johnny Weir is rocking some arm candy that most women would give a pinkie to procure. Too bad there's a waiting list longer than most lifetimes, though we're pretty sure the fan, jumpsuit and top knot can be easily acquired, if you're interested.
Kayne West could be carrying any entire diaper bag's worth of goodies in this large leather number, but chances are it's just a change of clothes for his next appearance and two dozen more pair of sunglasses.
Apparently Usher and Ye swapped style secrets, though at least The Voice judge is headed to or from somewhere with this overnight bag. We commend the belt/bag match. Nice touch.
Hugh Jackman's saddle bag is way too big to be considered a work satchel, but we'll give this Aussie actor a pass because apparently non-American men frequently jet-set with mini, cross-the-chest bags.
Terrence Howard must be a very, very confident man to carry an aligator skin evening bag with his sleek, black tux. Then again, we've never understand where men hide their face-blotting sheets, Avian water mister, lip balm and spare hair tie, so this finally makes sense.
And then there is Pharrell. Leave to the man who regularly wears a Smokey the Bear hat to carry a massive, grape soda-colored Birkin. That thing better hold everything that was in Mary Poppin's magic bag, and the nanny herself!