Fall's most luxurious handbags stop Fallbrook traffic

 

Last updated 10/11/2007 at Noon



FALLBROOK — This autumn, the feel of fashion is all about stylish animal skins and the hottest handbags built to last the long winter season ahead are right here in Fallbrook!

South African Lize Willers partnered with local diva Danielle Kendall to ensure a fabulous fall handbag lineup! Rare Trading International imports exquisitely handcrafted handbags made from Springbok skin and Nguni cowhide. The Rarity 2007 Fall Collection will be available at Nordstrom stores on the West Coast as of November, but Fallbrook shoppers can be the first to see these unique handbags.

These luscious bags will be on display for previewing and ordering at Pala Mesa Resort on Sunday, October 21, in the Fireside Room from noon until 5 p.m. “Indulge in a cocktail or two while lusting after these rare finds. Drinks are on us and our bags are yours at 50 percent less than what they are selling for in Nordies, the best kept secret in Fallbrook!” says Kendall.


The glittering roster of bags includes classic and contemporary with natural finishes or bags bursting with vivid color. Both the Springbok antelope and the Nguni cow are indigenous to the Southern parts of Africa. All bags are made with skins obtained from strictly controlled culling programs to prevent overgrazing of their delicate habitat. Each handbag is individually cut and handcrafted from hand-selected skin and has its own organic aesthetic due to the skins having their own unique markings.

“The bags have been designed for the highly evolved urban adventuress, slightly edgy, who is looking for a bit of African glamour with a contemporary twist,” says Willers. “African artists are known for their unique and innovative approach in design. We are extremely proud of the genuine craftsmanship and exquisite quality of the Rarity handbags and bring them to you at unbelievable prices!”


For additional information contact Lize Willers (949) 295-4854 or [email protected]

 

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