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LUX-Handbags:  Marchesa to Soon Reveal New Spring Collection in NYC

Marchesa, the vintage inspired eveningwear brand, will soon debut their new spring collection in NYC!!

On September 16 at ‘The Chelsea Art Museum in New York you’ll have the opportunity to catch an in-depth glimpse of the entire spring edition.

The LUX line will include new FAB options like coordinated accessories and other LUX-apparel!! One of the most unique additions includes detailed handbag line consisting of 28 different designs. Each made with a unique flair and timeless design to meet both your night out on the town and casual attire affairs!!

We had never done accessories,” said co-founder and designer Georgina Chapman, who founded Marchesa with Keren Craig. “So we thought, ‘Let’s approach it the way we approach a dress.’

What sets these bags a part from the rest is all in the details LUX Nation. Each gorgeous bag is lined with intricate detailing of ‘grosgrain ribbon’, made to mimic a corset-like design and the handles are all finished with a ‘hand-cut rock crystal.’ As you can see, Machesa has come to truly put their own signature in the realm of handbags by translating their impeccable detail in formal attire into stand alone accessories!

“Some people don’t always have an occasion for a gown,” said Chapman. “You could wear these with jeans and a T-shirt.”

Highlights from the line include a silver clutch with exquisite beading, embroidery and rounded accents, making it simply LUX!! Also with the growing trend of ‘exotic skins’ expect to see some made with alligator, crocodile and lizard infused with brilliant coloring. Retail for these luscious skins will be around $995 - $5,000. Definitely an investment in quality as well as turning the volume up on your style statement!!

So LUX-fashionistas, what do you think? Does this new handbag addition spark your fashion interest??

Live.Fashion.LUX.

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