Glam up your look for the hot days with the loveliest Reece Hudson spring/summer 2012 handbag designs. Sport these chic clutches and shoulder-bags with a dose of summer joy and optimism.
The beloved Reece Hudson brand was always conscious of the style
need of fashionistas. The company founded by Reece Solomon and Max
Stein back in 2009 furnished the fashion fold with series of bag
parades fusing cosmopolitan street-wear with luxurious elements.
The Reece Hudson spring/summer 2012 handbag collection lines up a myriad
of chic clutches and shoulder-bags inspired by sunny weather.
As Reece Solomon reveals, “I was thinking about a tropical beach.” The oversized clutches tinted with cobalt and turquoise shades together with the chic circle bags proved to be the jewelry pieces of the complete accessory repertoire. Geometric shapes illustrate the love affair of the atelier with neat silhouettes and refined design patterns. In order to suit the preferences of all age groups the sophisticated yet extremely wearable pouches come in both bright and neutral colors.
Playing with croc-, python and lambskin is the key to preserve
the versatility and complexity of these chic bag designs. Reece
Hudson is definitely a name to keep in mind if you want to keep the
pace with the speed-of-light evolution of fashion trends. Update
your casual chic looks or you can also think about crowning your
formal wear with these amazing style creations. The top flap
closure and the adjustable shoulder strap reveal the utilitarian
quality of these bags.
Notice the eye-catching effect of these voguish designer operas given by the loud and proud color palette complemented with an old time class vibe. As Reece Solomon reveals, she's inspired by, “'70s photography. As far as music goes, there is not one album in particular, but I always need music while designing. I'm partial to Radiohead.” (Luckymag) The highly-acclaimed designer confessed to the same magazine that she is eager to “be working with fabrics in addition to skins for the first time. And to experiment with new embroidery techniques and applications.”
Image courtesy of Reece Hudson