designer handbag LET GO MY DECO PATENT SATCHEL
in Creme. This designer handbag comes in a beautiful dark creme patent Italian leather with signature antique brass ISABELLA FIORE hardware accents. There are two large side pockets which have secure magnetic snap flap closures and an antique brass metal ISABELLA FIORE name plaque attached to the top center of the bag. There is a nice sturdy flat base to this bag with five antique brass feet for protection. This designer purse has double rolled shoulder straps and a sturdy metal frame top opening. The top of this designer handbag is further secured by two concealed magnetic snaps. When opened a fully lined interior is revealed with a three open pockets and a back zip pocket with a brass metal ISABELLA FIORE name plaque attached to the lining. There is also a dog leash clip affixed to the bag for one to attach their keys or an accessory to. Imported. Guaranteed authentic. This ISABELLA FIORE Let Go My Deco Patent Satchel in Creme comes with an ISABELLA FIORE dust bag.
Style # 73141H
Designer Handbag Measurements:
16.0" Designer Handbag Shoulder Strap Length
5.00" Designer Handbag Shoulder Strap Drop
16.0" Designer Handbag Width
12.0" Designer Handbag Height
5.00" Designer Handbag Depth
About Isabella Fiore:
Instantly recognizable for their cool combination of witty designs, classic lines and luxurious fabrics,
Isabella Fiore handbags have become some of the most sought-after accessories on the market.
With eye-catching designs featuring everything from beautiful flowers and pampered pups to saucy
American kitsch, these intricate bags never fail to make a bold fashion statement.
Isabella Fiore’s founder Jennifer Tash had her roots in fashion long before creating a line of her
own. She spent years working as a visual display manager and accessories buyer in Los Angeles
where she developed an eye for detail. During one of her many buying trips to Italy, she was
inspired by the European’s chic sensibility and ability to accessorize. Tash thought it was time to
bring that same sense of style to the United States. In 1995, she focused her industry knowledge
and creative talents to design her own line of silk floral pins for Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s and
Saks Fifth Avenue. Tash named her blossoming company Isabella Fiore, playing off the lyrical
Italian phrase for beautiful flower. "Women constantly tell us they create their wardrobes around them,"
says Jennifer Tash, with designer Trang Huynh.
Trang Huynh, an accomplished bridal couture designer joined the design team just after it’s
inception and brought an endless supply of design knowledge to the table. Her skills and creative
talent were a perfect match for Tash’s wit and visual styling. Just one year later, Isabella Fiore’s
business was growing, and Tash and Huynh turned their creative energy to designing a unique line
of handbags that would eventually light up city streets, and enhance every women’s wardrobe.
Tash and Huynh worked side by side in a tiny Los Angeles studio to develop Isabella Fiore’s
signature look. They did everything from source materials and design handbags to packing and
shipping the products to their rapidly growing list of large retail clients and small boutiques. In the
midst of the cramped quarters and endless mountains of silk, leather, sequins and beads, Tash
and Huynh’s creative talents flourished, and the Isabella Fiore line continued to grow.