Friday, January 11, 2008
Fashion Forward: Celebrity Bags
Ladies, we know the bag we carry says a lot about our personal style, so if you're ready to step it up a notch, check out the latest looks from two of the hottest handbag designers in the country right now. The Nightteam's Diana Diaz takes us Fashion Forward.
WSVN -- From Lucy Liu to Katherine McPhee, you can tell the hottest handbags by who's carrying them!
At Shop Daja in Fort Lauderdale, you can now shoulder the latest looks from two of the trendiest designers out there!
Ali Filler: "The most important thing in a woman's wardrobe is the accessories."
And you can't go wrong with the Jack Rabbit Collection out of where else but L.A.
This brown leather bag with gold chain turns a simple white tank into something glamorous.
Add a wide waist belt and gold earrings to pull the look together.
A little cream clutch is perfect for a night out or try a black shoulder bag with wood detailing. Even Hollywood's A-listers can't seem to put them down.
Mollie Culligan: "Lucy Liu has just been caught in Soho by the paparazzi wearing one of our most popular bags."
Jack Rabbit owner and designer Mollie Culligan says her bags are beloved because they're not too big.
Mollie Culligan: "They love the lush quilting, they love the flirtatious movement of the tassel, they love the dual-purpose. It's sleek, it's small, it's anti-uber bag."
She also designs belts that go from a wide waist to super skinny.
Mollie Culligan: "We're not doing the heavy embellished hip belts so much. We're doing something that's much more elegant and prominent and fun and city chic."
If you're looking for a bag that will carry it all in style, look no further than Caprice Bianca's collection. This big, bold tote in either bright blue or red can take you from work to a weekend excursion with ease.
Or dress it up with a star favorite, her versatile clutch.
Ali Filler: "You can fold it over so you have the hand-held clutch, or you can open it up and carry it like a tote."
One of her most popular bags goes personal, because it's custom-made to order.
Ali Filler: "You can put a name on it, you can put a logo on it, you can put a birth date, so whatever it is that you're interested in or that's close to your heart you can put that spin on it."
Of course carrying the hottest bags means breaking out your wallet. Jack Rabbit runs from $250 to $500.
Caprice Bianca will cost you from $350 to $750.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Jack Rabbit Collection
1931 Cordova Road
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316