Odell Beckham Jr.’s Star-Shaped Ferragamo Bag Was the Real Winner of the Ravens Game

The NFL’s leading men know how to make an entrance. Case in point: Odell Beckham Jr. stole the show before his team, the Baltimore Ravens, took on the Detroit Lions on Sunday.

The stylish wide receiver arrived at the M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore dressed in an edgy bomber jacket with a matching pair of cargo shorts. He also took the opportunity to show off his new purple hair, which had previously been blond. He rounded out the look with a large Ferragamo tote in midnight blue that gave it a sophisticated touch. You can get your own version of the bag, which comes in five other colors, for $2,500.

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Although you won’t spot any sports gear hanging out of Beckham’s brand-new bag, the deconstructed tote can hold everything from the star’s gloves to cleats in its spacious main compartment. The Italian leather bag features a natural grain, accented by its lining, a zipped pocket, and a double address tag and key ring charm. It even folds in on the sides to create a star shape, making it a fitting choice for the Super Bowl LVI champ.

Ferragamo Men's Midnight blue tote bag
Ferragamo Men’s Midnight blue tote bag

The Ravens won the Sunday night match against the Lions 38-6. Beckham made five receptions and covered 9.8 yards on the field. He didn’t score a single touchdown but his pre-game outfit scored more than enough style points. The athlete’s designer bag choice aligns with a host of other NFL players from the New York Giants to the Chicago Bears known to sport the latest on arrival from names like Louis Vuitton, Bottega Veneta, and Gucci.

Sports fans might note that the 18-week, 272-game regular-season NFL schedule for 2023 means a lot more corridor/locker room arrival looks to take notes from, as seen on names like Patrick Mahomes, Justin Fields, and Travis Kelce.

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