January 5, 2011

OLYMPIA LE-TAN: HANDMADE WITH LOVE IN FRANCE

I love literature and I love fashion, so the two together make perfect sense ;)

How clever are these Olympia Le-Tan evening clutches conceptualized around the literary classics, like Lolita, Moby Dick, and more? What do you think? Would you don one of these to your next gala or ball?

14 comments:

I Dream Of said...

So clever! BTW, doesn't Natalie Portman look beautiful?

quintessence said...

I love these clever purses - I included them in my Booked post in November along with the Kate Spade book of the month club clutches, totes and Kindle covers. Anything to do with books is ok by me!!

Alleen said...

These are very clever and I would carry one. An interesting talk piece for sure.

Karena said...

Adore these, so unique and will tell your style in literature!

xoxo
Karena
Art by Karena

C said...

I actually saw a few of these cheeky novel/clutches when I walked into the Kate Spade store yesterday! They totally had me fooled. I was really tempted to buy the Charles Dickens one!

Carpe Diem said...

These are a great idea...and it makes perfect sense that Natalie Portman would sport one on the red carpet considering she left acting, for a while, to pursue and complete her education at an ivy league school.

Melanie's Randomness said...

What a cute idea for a clutch purse!!! I would do one of the bronte sisters tales if I could make one of these!! =)

Melanie's Randomness

Gloria said...

Wow, these are incredible! As an English major, these speak directly to one of my loves: books.

MJ said...

Love it!

jenna ♥ a little blue said...

i sort of love this. :) i would definitely rock this!

Mona Thompson said...

I would. I have a thing for evening bags and this would be a real conversation starter!

Splendid Sass said...

I love these bags. I would carry one to work! They work with everything.
Have a nice week, Crystal.
Teresa
xoxo

Clare Lennon said...

Kate Spade's are my favorite. Sadly out of my college budget though!

classiq said...

I love them because they're so different

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