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In Item of the Day, What's New by Accessories Staff

We admit we’re a little obsessed with Katherine Kwei’s handbags these days. Her signature knotted fringe is still the coolest thing ever, and as her newest innovation shows, she’s no one-hit-wonder. Her new Switch bag lets you zip off the knotted fringe bottom portion and wear the buttery soft leather …

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In Item of the Day, What's New by Accessories Staff

It’s all in the bow people! Take a look at this soft lambskin clutch by Betty Audish. As a designer, Betty has always been inspired by her mother’s “classic” bags, and is constantly creating timeless pull-it-out-in-10-years-and-it’s-still-as-amazing bags. We especially love her collection of bow bags. Check out this perfect day into evening clutch, …

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Item of the Day

In Item of the Day, What's New by Accessories Staff

Picture yourself on the golf course or one of your travels to Africa–you’re the most stylish one around and you know it. We have to admit, it doesn’t hurt that your ensemble is topped off with an absolutely fabulous African print hat/visor with wrap-around fabric by Lola Hats, that ties …

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How I Did It! Buxton

In What's New, Features by Lauren Parker, Accessories Magazine

With a century of innovations to its name, Buxton continues to accessorize women’s ever-changing roles. When you think about it, Buxton® has been right in step with the feminist movement. Founded in 1898, the leathergoods company initially targeted men, but over the decades Buxton starting paying attention to what women—especially …

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Crocs Steps into Toning Footwear

In What's New, Industry News by Accessories Staff

Niwot, CO–Crocs Inc. is stepping into the burgeoning market for footwear that shapes and tones while the wearer walks. The company believes it has spotted a gap in the market with sleeker-styled shoes that have a concealed three-layer design to stimulate leg muscle activity while walking. In contrast with most …