When it comes to handbags, sometimes the secret stands in the little details which turn a simple bag into a gorgeous one. This is actually Isabella Fiore’s philosophy when creating beautiful handbags, which have made her famous not only in America, but around the world too. Discover Isabella Fiore’s handbag collection and pick one for yourself.
One of the favorite bag designers of many publications and
magazines, Isabella Fiore is the example to follow when it’s all
about exquisite fabrics and unique detailing. Her bag collection is
divided into five different categories, each characterized by a
specific pattern or vision: Geometric, Watermark, Mosaic, Mesh and
Once upon a Tattoo.
The Watermark collection brings into our attention three different bags, Sara, Rania ($595) and Mia ($650). We loved Sara, a beautiful python patch clutch ($495), which features a back slit pocket, an inside pocket and a detachable cross body leather strap.
The Geometric collection also features three different bags,
Leila, Suzanna and Amalia – each of them unique and very special.
Incredibly beautiful handcrafted, with whip stitch embellishments,
jeweled leather tassel or with woven flap closure, these are all
beautiful handbags one must purchase.
They look chic, fun; they combine traditional embroidery with luxury fabrics, all in one unitary artistic vision.
One upon a Tattoo is probably the most famous category in Isabella Fiore’s handbags collection, available only for pre-order, which includes a mid size shoulder strap (Liz), or a beautiful black tote($495), with a detachable shoulder strap and an outside coin purse. Amalia is a smaller version in this collection, an oversized fan clutch with beautiful, romantic embellishments and a jeweled leather tassel, available for $295.
The Mesh collection is more eccentric and urban, including a
golden tote, a golden oversized hobo and a clutch decorated with
shiny sequins, available for $195.
Any bag from Isabella Fiore’s collection on might choose in the end, there are some clear attributes each of her designs share: fun, a young spirit, optimism, a multicultural perspective, an eclectic one and a high individual definition for every design.