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MAD About Bags! Trendy Carriers for Stylish Sisters
Ebony, June, 2004 by: Zondra Hughes

Well-dressed women everywhere know that the perfect outfit requires the perfect handbag, and this season's offerings of satchels, hip slings, clutches, duffle bags and handbags are guaranteed to have something for everyone.

The fashion industry is offering various purse styles for that upscale, enterprising, social climbing, Sister-on-the-go, so if you're in hot pursuit of the perfect purse, check out a few of this season's must-haves.

Got it in the Bag
E: The Environmental Magazine, July-August, 2005 by: Rebecca Sanborn, Brian C. Howard

Move over Prada, there's a new bag in town. The Zipsack by Wrapsacks ($11.95) is small enough to fit in your pocket and large enough to carry all of your groceries. Made of hand-dyed cotton in a range of bright colors, these bags zip up neatly into small pouches that would fit easily into a purse or glove compartment. When unzipped, they are approximately the size of a grocery bag with a small pocket sewn into the top for valuables. Aside from their convenience, durability and good looks, these bags can also help reduce the number of flimsy plastic sacks that end up dogging your closets and piling up in landfills. Wrapsacks also offers reusable fabric gift bags in many colors and styles.

Burberry for Dogs?
by: Natacha Bunzl

Burberry is one of the world's famous designer brands. But branded trenchcoats and sweaters for dogs? A thought that may make you raise your eyebrows!

Is today's designer fashion selling out? Despite what you might think, high-class designer labels also cater for your pets nowadays as does British luxury label Burberry who has just released their own collection of Burberry clothing for dogs. Most notable features are the famous Burberry trenchcoat for dogs as well as the Check sweater and Burberry dog leash.

Handbags 'Must-Haves' for Tweens
DSN Retailing Today, June 13, 2005 by: Emily Scardino

While the licensed apparel industry is solid going into fall 2005, the accessories segment is really taking off. "Other businesses [such as] accessories have all started to get much better distribution because we are now able to offer complete programs to retailers," said Natasha Fishman, director of business development for Sesame Workshop. Driven by retailers' positive reception to lifestyle brands and cross merchandising, the demand for non-apparel items has increased dramatically.