High End Handbags
High End Handbags come from a wide variety designers in an even wider variety of colors and styles and are often known as purses and pocketbooks. While handbags can be seen in Egyptian hieroglyphics, it was in the 14th Century Europe that handbags were a social status represented by the quality and design of the handbag.
Today, handbags and high end handbags are everything from convenient and useful to fashion accessories. Whatever your use or purpose in wanting a high end handbag, you're bound to find the one for you from one of the designers below:
- Aigner Handbags
- Burberry Handbags
- Calvin Klein Handbags
- Chanel Handbags
- Christian Dior Handbags
- Coach Hand Bags
- Donna Karen of New York (DKNY) Handbags
- Dolce & Gabbana Handbags
- Fendi Handbags
- Gucci Handbags
- Hansengross Handbags
- Juicy Couture Handbags
- Louis Vuitton Handbags
- Prada Hand Bags
- Vera Bradley Handbags
- Versace Handbags
Here are some other resources to quality products
Public Relations for food and beverages, including Wine PR - CrierPR.com
Most Expensive Foods - ExpensiveFoods.com
Types of Handbags
Clutch: Small and long rectangular evening hanbag that has no handle.
Coin Purse: A small handbag for holding cards, coins and paper money.
Pocketbook: Your most common handbag or purse, two handles and worn over the shoulder.
Satchel: Large handbag with a small handle that is worn on the arm instead of the shoulder.
Sling Bag: Medium handbag with one long strap that is worn (slung) across the body.
Tote: Medium to large handbag with two straps.
Man-Purse, Murse or Manbag: Keifer Sutherland's character on "24," Jack Bauer, brought this item to fame - it is essentially a sling bag, for men.