I wish there were more Lockheart bags available in retail stores. I’ve been thinking this for quite some time now, but, even more lately. I am back at home visiting the family and where I have my “office” set up, every time I glance up, I see my mom’s gorgeous Lockheart Candice Hobo.
When we introduced Lockheart on PurseBlog we realized you all were crushing on Lockheart as much as we were. We felt like we found a hidden gem, a designer that deserves so much notice but was just becoming known to us.
I’ve become a huge fan of Lockheart bags over the past few years and it’s mostly due to the fact that these bags are unlike most others on the market. The bags are highly unique and boast amazing attention to detail.
No matter how many of their designs I see, I just can’t get over the lovely intricacies of Lockheart handbags.
Once again, Lockheart comes out with a handbag that is full of amazing detail work. I actually had a chance to see the Lockheart design team in action a few weeks back and I was overwhelmed (in a good way) with all the leathers, the conversations and the absolute love for handbags this team has.
I’ve been infatuated with Lockheart bags ever since I saw on in person a few months ago. The Candice Hobo was in our office and I loved so much about it. More than anything, I loved the way the cutouts looked all over the bag.
Few brand try to do intricate detail in any kind of committed way. Sure, some designers dabble here and there, but the majority of collections are made up of mostly basic bags with a few statement pieces sprinkled throughout in order to establish a clear brand identity.
When we introduced Lockheart bags to our PurseBlog readers earlier this summer, the response was enormous – the brand has a lot more fans than even we had anticipated! And now that they’ve gained a bit of an exposure through some major online retailers, we’ve gotten to see more and more of their quirky, intricate designs.
Are there still people out there in Handbagland that are unsure of the idea of brights as neutrals? If so, listen carefully: it’s a really, really good idea. I promise. Have I ever lead you astray before?