I have become increasingly pleased with Jack Rabbit handbags. This past year has really turned my head a bit. At first, I thought some of the designs were flawed and stopped short of a finished product. Yet, as soon as I started thinking that way, this designer made me think again. I completely embraced the Jack Rabbit Collection Twilight Messenger Bag and now I think I’ve found another bag I really enjoy. (more…)
Yes, the bag itself jumped out at me and I saw something I liked. However, I also noticed the name of the bag and had to stop and think for a minute. So, how many of you are Twilight fans out there? Admittedly, I haven’t read any of the books, however, I saw the first Twilight movie on a flight to Hawaii earlier this year and I have to say, I liked it quite a bit. While, I won’t be standing in lines which wrap around buildings to see the next one, I am sure I will see it. Now my question today is, what came first, the movie or the name of this bag? (more…)
Now here’s an interesting one. A curiosity for the eyes, some would say. It’s the Jack Rabbit The Bandit Studded Leather Crossbody Bag, and, in true Jack Rabbit style, it’s taking what we know, mixing it up, and adding on some sprinkles. In other words, it’s similar to what we know the crossbody to be, but it’s also quite distinctive. (more…)
We’ve seen little from and heard even less about Jack Rabbit Collection, but every time I see one of their bags, I find myself impressed in one way or another. What they seem to do really well is take a simple line or a simple idea, tweak it just so, and make it look new and interesting without making it any more complicated than it needs to be.
And that’s exactly what they did to make the Jack Rabbit Collection Silver Springs Shoulder Bag such a winner. (more…)
We’ve been talking a lot about Big Black Bags (BBBs) lately on the Purse Blog family of websites, and I’ve got another good specimen to throw on the heap: the Jack Rabbit The Atlantic Tote.
It’s got everything you could want in a giant, dark-colored carryall: lots of smooth, but not shiny, leather, minimal hardware, and enough size to make a statement. This bag is a little different, though, in that it’s a north/south style (for the uninitiated, that means it’s longer than it is wide). I’m of the personal belief that north/south bags are a lot harder to design than their east/west counterparts since they have a much larger propensity to look awkward and be difficult to carry, but I think that Jack Rabbit did a reasonably good job with this particular bag. It gets a little wider at the bottom to balance out the bag’s width and the handles also help with the proportion. All in all, a solid entry into the BBB wars. Buy through Bloomingdales for $450.