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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Alexis Hudson Churchill Tote and Napoleon Mini Bag


Think of all the great leaders throughout history - Caesar, Napoleon, Churchill, etc... Apparently, Rachelle Copeland and Emily Ironi, the brains behind Alexis Hudson handbags, had historical figures in mind when designing this collection. Last month I first wrote about an AH design when I featured the Caesar Clutch. Let me bring to your attention the equally stunning Churchill Tote and Napoleon Mini Bag.

First up is the Churchill Tote. Measuring 15 x 10.5 x 3, the 'Churchill' is made from leather in a subdued steel blue hue. It features well-distributed, muted gold tone hardware, removable dual chain link shoulder straps with leather handles, front flap pocket, decorative overlay panels with screw detailing, center fold-over flap with deadbolt closure, removable metal logo hand-tag, protective bottom feet, and canvas-lined interior with large zip pocket, pouch pocket and pen holder (thank you to all designers that include this modern-day necessity). Available for $595 via Active Endeavors.

Next is the Napoleon Mini Bag. Sharing many of the same attributes as the 'Churchill' - steel blue leather, gold-tone hardware, single chain link strap (non-removable) with leather handle, deadbolt closure, removable hand-tag, and canvas-lined interior with pouch pocket - the 'Napoleon' is the Churchill's demure younger sister. Measurements are 8 x 7 x 2 - a sleek, square bag ready to have fun. Available for $375 via Active Endeavors.

Whether you like large totes or prefer smaller shoulder bags, Alexis Hudson creates innovative designs that will appeal
to women of all ages.

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