The Loeffler Randall label mixes things up for the fall 2012 season, adding a variety of covetable handbag styles to lust upon in addition to the gorgeous shoes it's primarily known for. Check out the new offerings!
Loeffler Randall has been mostly associated with adorable shoes
for some time now. However, when the news that the label is
releasing a handbag collection broke out, the excitement for the
brand's creations increased exponentially. With several new styles
to lust upon, the label has focused on delivering fabulous choices
that put classiness, refinement and high quality on the spotlight.
The new styles are: Rider bag, Locker tote, Editor bag, Shooter bag
and Mini bag in all sorts of lovely variations.
From monochrome styles to trend-infused versions, careful accents, amazing craftsmanship along with a strong concern for classiness and functionality are the main strong points of the designs. A timeless allure is incredibly covetable if you're on the look for an investment piece or even a signature bag. The color palette sure tends to go towards the neutral side, however, for those who see handbags more of a focal point than a practical addition, the label brings colorful alternatives to indulge in.
The bulk of the collection might be dedicated to versatile
handbag styles, but this doesn't mean that the label doesn't keep
in mind the current style tendencies. Animal prints are ubiquitous,
have a wild touch and can instantly add a different touch to
outfits, which is why they make an appearance in the newest
collection by the label as well. The more subtle version, exotic
skin texture is also a great idea for fans of this style
Though no clutches are featured in the current collection, there is plenty of diversity when it comes to handbag styles. The label doesn't focus on promoting a single particular handbag style but instead caters to various style needs and designs with practicality in mind, which makes the label's initiative to get back to handbag creation all the more exciting. We certainly look forward to seeing more interesting options from the label.
Photo courtesy of Loeffler Randall