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Breil Milano Enters Handbags

Breil Milano is venturing into new territories with the launch of its first handbags.

Coach’s Gateway to Growth in China

Only a day after acquiring direct control of its stores in Greater China, Coach unveiled a sprawling new…

In Brief: Ang Gets Butler License… Berns Ups Staff

Butler Bag has signed an agreement with Accessory Network Group to design, manufacture and distribute…

Coach Takes Control of Asian Distribution

Coach Inc. on Wednesday acquired the Coach retail businesses in Hong Kong, Macau and Mainland China from its…

Vuitton Bag to Mark Prince Exhibit

Artist Richard Prince has yet another Louis Vuitton bag up his sleeve: a limited edition style to coincide…

Fiona Kotur’s Line Grows in Size, Scope

Kotur, a Hong Kong-based handbag brand that has doubled sales each year since launching in 2006, is expanding…

FABB Ball Goes Green

Industry insiders donned baubles and black ties Thursday night for the Fashion Accessories Benefit Ball at…

Karl Bags It

Consider the newly launched Karl Lagerfeld line of handbags and luggage an homage to the master himself.

Miller Sisters in the Bags

Twenty8Twelve, the London ready-to-wear label designed by sisters Sienna and Savannah Miller, has jumped into…

Patricia Malone Heads to Coach

Coach Inc., the $2.9 billion accessories brand, has tapped Christian Dior's former U.S. president, Patricia…

Surf Stepping Up to Leather Bags

Surf and action sports apparel manufacturers are introducing leather to their handbags.

U.S. Designers Covet Bigger Bag Business

Another whirl of fashion shows has come and gone, and once again the runways from New York to Paris were as…

Venturini Fendi Bags Set for First Milan Show

Ilaria Venturini Fendi, sporting a necklace that jangles with a row of her old house keys, is camped out in a…

Heritage Foundation

Six years into her gig at Gucci and creative director Frida Giannini claims she hasn’t even "made a dent" in…

Prints, Please

This spring the art and fashion worlds cemented their mutual appreciation—in the form of products.