Judith Leiber occupies an incredibly unique spot in American fashion. For decades, the brand has created meticulously jeweled evening bags in both traditional and whimsical forms, and they’ve been carried to some of the most important formal events in American culture, from the Academy Awards to presidential inaugurations.
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Today, we’re excited to announce our participation in a very important cause. Megs and PurseBlog are part of the 2015 AllState Foundation Purple Purse PURSEonal Voices network, which means we’re one of a handful of sites supporting the campaign’s efforts to spread awareness and assist victims of domestic violence and financial abuse.
By now, you probably know what to expect from Anya Hindmarch. The designer’s brand has been around for a long time, but over the past few seasons, she’s launched herself onto tons of very stylish shoulders by embellishing her classic shapes with large, brightly colored, nostalgia-riddled logos for everything from cereal brands to street signs.
When designer Emma Hill left Mulberry a couple years ago amid changes made by since-ousted CEO Bruno Guillon, the brand’s fans were not happy; Hill had developed quite a following and had introduced some of Mulberry’s most popular bags, and many of them credited her for the brand’s growing good name.
If you’re one of the literally millions of people impatiently awaiting the season premiere of Empire tomorrow, you know why we’ve convened today to celebrate the handbag stylings of Taraji P. Henson. She plays Cookie Lyon, who’s not only the show’s heart and soul, but also its most fantastic character and the carrier of some of the most notable designer bags on television.