Designer Spotlight: Melanie Auld

 

After much anticipation, Melanie Auld — one of my favorite designers, is launching a new line of handbags this fall. I was lucky enough to get a sneak peak and report back— take a look at a couple of my favorites.

 

 

Much like Melanie’s jewelry, (famous for gracing the necks of Hayden Panettiere, Lindsay Lohan and the like), her handbags too are an elegant combination of playful yet simple sophistication.  Being an avid traveler herself, Melanie knows the importance of a trusty companion to have on various adventures — a great bag. So it’s no wonder that Melanie’s collection has a bag suited for every trendy and practical woman in mind.

 

While most bags and clutches barely have space for your lip-gloss, Melanie’s designs are roomy with pockets for essentials such as cell phones, change and keys. Some bags, like the Mainland bag have a longer strap that can also be worn across the shoulder if needed. The entire collection is made with the softest lambskin, so not only are the bags comfortable and convenient to carry but they are also of the highest quality. Available in a variety of fun colors such as, red, blue, cream, cognac and plum, Melanie’s bags are definitely where style meets comfort, and quality that is affordable — rare combinations in the fashion world today. To check out Melanie’s newest handbag collection visit her website for more information. I have my name written on the Park bag — which one is yours?

 

 

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