A woman seen through the eye of her needle: A reflection on the importance of workbags in the past centuries Author: Barbara Catanese Rome, 18th May 2017 “A workbag seems to be such a common name for a lovely creation” and indeed the seventeenth and even more the eighteenth workbags are such delightful silk wonders […]
By Simi Horwitz, Forward.com
Fashionable evening bags are one thing. But Judith Leiber’s handbags marry exquisitely detailed craftsmanship with a joyously bold, at moments, anarchistic, vision. Close to 100 bejeweled silver and gold-plated high-end “after five” handbags
Between 1955 and 1956, Dodge produced the first car specifically marketed to women, which came in pink exterior and a pink handbag.
Check out this amazing flame stitch pocketbook from the Fielding Collection of Early American Art.
By Aleesha Harris, Vancouver Sun
The chances of any of us owning a piece of art by an Old Master like Leonardo da Vinci, Vincent van Gogh, or Jean-Honoré Fragonard are slim to none. But owning a piece of wearable art featuring a work by one of these great artists is now very possible, thanks to Louis Vuitton and Jeff Koons.
By Rachel Bassett, Emirates Woman
Grab a chance to wear your very own work of art… We love a brand spanking new designer handbag as much as the next girl. You’ve saved up all year for it, thought about it long and hard, made sure it’s “the one” and finally decided, “hey, I’ve earned it.”
By Lucy Hooker, BBC News
When it comes to handbags, these days there are almost as many ways to jazz up your existing bag as there are new designs. In Selfridges’ vast accessories hall in London, you can buy a clip-on set of metal flowers from Louis Vuitton, multi-coloured jangling robots from Prada, and leather tassels at Ted Baker.