We can all admit that 2020 was not our best year. Many of us had to isolate ourselves due to the never-ending global pandemic caused by COVID-19, along with many horrific events that have placed a dark cloud over us throughout the year. Now, with 2020 behind us, we all hope for a brighter future in 2021 as the world begins to reopen.
Handbags – or should we say, the handbag industry, has changed over the past decade from a status carrying era of luxury “It” bags to the evolution of independent accessibly priced bags that have gained a cult following via Instagram.
Yes, we understand that this summer is unlike any other. Most of us probably had plans to live our best lives knee deep in clear crisp water in the Mediterranean Sea, indulging in savory dishes that make our taste buds sing, or just embracing the careless and free energy that comes with the season.
Fashion is a global industry with so much talent from all over the world. However, the industry only sticks to the mainstream markets that contribute to global sales in the industry. Markets like New York portray the New Yorker aesthetic that creates clean-cut designs and a minimalist that are staples and essentials into many. London has a more creative vibe with voluptuous layers, artsy patchworks, and a unique British “code” that’s recognizable.