Edie Parker – Vintage Inspired Handbags


What hand bag is worn by more celebrities than any other? Chanel, Christian Dior maybe Celine? Edie Parker has them all beat by a landslide!! Beloved by Katy Perry, Elizabeth Banks, Emma Roberts and Kate Hudson to name a few. Launched in 2010 by Brett Hayman when she could no longer find the 1950’s and 1960’s vintage clutches (favored by showgirls and socialites) she adored and collected.

Brett is no stranger to the world of fashion. Before the brand’s debut, she served as the Director of Public Relations for Gucci until 2010. Prior to Gucci, Brett worked for Elle magazine, Giorgio Armani and Dolce & Gabbana.

Edie Parker’s acrylic bags are meticulously handcrafted in America and retail anywhere from $895 to $1395. The sleek look may be composed of only 4 different shapes – oval, rectangle, square and square with ice-cube ends – but they come in a multitude of colors and patterns – confetti, pearlescent, chevron stripes and combinations thereof- giving the Fall 2012 collection over 20 different styles. More than enough to start a collection of your own!

Edie Parker handbags are available at Barney New York stores and online at www.modaoperandi.com.

Clockwise from top left: Sea Green Confetti Edie Bag, Gold Confetti W/Silver Confetti & Black Acrylic Geo Stripes Edie Bag, Rose Copper Confetti Flavia Bag, Silver Confetti W/Lilac Metallic Geo Stripes Jean Bag, Marine Pearlescent W:Sky Blue Confetti Ends Lara Bag, Tortoise Shell W:Clear Ice Ends Lara Bag, Regal Red Confetti Jean Bag, Sky Blue Confetti W/Tortoise Shell & Gold Pearlescent Geo Stripes Flavia Bag.

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