A designer handbag is not only an accessory, it can also be a work of art.
The Dior Samourai 1947 Woven Bag. The Dior Samourai 1947 Woven Bag was launched in 2007. John Galliano designed these special Dior handbags for Dior's 60th birthday in 2007. The best design of the Samourai collection features a hand stitched Japanese hair knot and tortoise shell frame. The bag is made even more artistic by textured leather straps with serpent details as well as Japanese fabric lining. The Dior handbag is as elegant and timeless as all other Dior handbags are.
Prada Fairy Bag. All little girls love fairies, and there's no reason why grown women shouldn't enjoy these fantasy creatures on a designer handbag as well. In 2008 Prada let award-winning artist Cheap Redskins Jerseys James Jean use their classic bags as his very own canvas. The result is a dreamy, limited edition line featuring colorful drawings on soft, deerskin leather.
Louis Vuitton Murakami. Louis Vuitton has always been associated with older women but the classic brand closed the gap between young and old with this line of bags. These bags were designed by Japanese pop artist Takashi Murakami and Marc Jacobs. The LV Murakami line features playful art such as smiling cherries, Cheap Colts Jerseys colorful LV logos and cartoon characters printed on various bags. Louis Vuitton re-released Murakami accessories and bags in the Japanese artist's exhibit Cheap Broncos Jerseys at the Museum of Modern Art in 2009.
Mulberry Art-inspired Tote Bag. British-based design house Mulberry teamed up with London's Fred Art Gallery in 2009 and came up with a special line of bags that featured modern art. The bags showcased work from artists such as Phillip Jones, Peter Jones, Kate Davis, Simon English and Paul Hosking. Red roses, ink blots, line drawings and a cute take on the see no evil, hear no evil and speak no evil monkeys adorn practical totes in different colors.
Pep-Glazed Canvas Tote by Jimmy Cheap Jaguars Jerseys Choo. Like Prada and Mulberry, designer Jimmy Choo let bags be the canvas as well for the Tote line. The colorful designer handbag features a mix of punk and iconic Jimmy Choo elements and was created in partnership with the Elton John Aids Foundation. Twenty-five percent of the proceeds of sales from the line will go to the Simelela Rape Centre in South Africa. Now that's something you won't feel guilty splurging on.
People may not understand why most women save up and spend hundreds of dollars on Dior handbags or any other designer handbag. What these people don't understand, though, is that a designer bag isn't just a bag or a mere accessory. A designer handbag, like jewelry or art, is a sound investment.