Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Full Page Feature in 'Star' Magazine!

Our statement clutches continue to attract press attention, as today two of our designs are in ‘Star’ Magazine! They have dedicated the entire page 55 to our new printed clutches!Sabine Clutch Featured in Star Magazine Zuri Clutch Featured in Star Magazine

Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Our First Feature in Vogue.co.uk!!!!

We've made it into Vogue.co.uk! Look at the link below to see our gorgeous blue leather and jewel printed clutch! Our First Vogue.co.uk Feature!
Sabine Printed Clutch

Tuesday, 7 August 2012

Our 'Boat Print' Clutch Features in the 'Grazia' Holiday Special!

Our stunning boat print clutch has made it into ‘Grazia’ this week! Look on page 67 in the ‘Holiday Special’! 'Boat Print' Clutch

Saturday, 4 August 2012

Interview on 'The Upcoming'!

Cultural online magazine 'The Upcoming' has written a lovely piece about our brand and designer Carmen Woods. Look at this link for the interview! Carmen Woods Interview on 'The Upcoming'

Wednesday, 1 August 2012

Handbags on Auction for the 'Harrison Fund'!

First ‘Carmen’ handbag donated to the Harrison fund auction has been recently featured on BBC2’s ‘Twenty Twelve’, the gold leather ‘Boxelder’! Second is a stunning clutch in silver and black leather, with leopard skin spots from our ‘CW Animal Skin’ Collection! More details about where to buy tickets for the ‘Sky High Ball’ will soon follow! Harrison's Fund
CW Animal Skin Clutch

'Carmen Woods' Donates Handbags for the 'Harrison Fund' Charity Ball.

We are donating two of our beautiful bags for auction at the ‘Sky High Ball’ at the Millbank Tower in London on 28th August. The ball is to raise money for a very worthy charity called Harrison's Fund www.harrisonsfund.org. Our designers school friend’s young son, Harrison was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy in January 2011. It is a muscle wasting disease which will eventually take his life. There is currently no cure so is 100% fatal. Funding into research is either not happening or terribly slow so they have set up a charity called Harrison's Fund to raise money to fund the much needed research. If you’d like to know more about this amazing project to help young children or to give a donation, please visit their website. Harrison's Fund