The Critic’s Eye: Know Your Leather

by belle

When you’re in the market for a high-end handbag, you will undoubtedly start to notice the number of bags being advertised with a very heavy emphasis on the specific type of leather from which they are made. With so many…

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A Look at the World’s Most Expensive Purse

by jake

If someone were to ask you to name some of the most prestigious handbag brands in the world, most people would likely fire-off a few of the big brands like Louis Vuitton, Hermes, or Prada. Although these brands have certainly…

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Spotting a Fake Louis Vuitton

by dawn

It’s one of the most recognizable designer purses out there, and definitely one of the most copied on the counterfeit market. Storied brand Louis Vuitton has become synonymous with luxury, and is one of the most sought-after handbag brands in…

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Three Tips For Selecting Your Investment Bag

by jen

A high-end luxury designer handbag can last you quite literally for decades if you choose wisely, and many of them retain quite a high resale value for years afterwards, especially if you keep them in excellent condition. But how does…

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Diane von Furstenberg Resort 2013 Handbag

by jen

Diane von Furstenberg bests Wintour on Forbes List for the fashion industry. She is known for her iconic wrap dress and is a very powerful woman in the fashion industry. Take a look at this simple yet stylish handbag from…

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Background Info about Dooney & Bourke

by dan

Dooney & Bourke all started in 1975 when Peter Dooney and Frederic Bourke launched a product line of surcingle belts in South Norwalk, Connecticut. These belts were popular at the time because they designed the belts with bright colors and…

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The Composition of a Handbag

by dan

I decided to list a few of the things that makes up a handbag. The categories are broken down into two categories: materials and hardware. Materials range from the following: canvas, denim, jacquard, vinyl, lamb skin, cow hide, crocodile, ostrich,…

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