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Herbert Jones adds Calvin Klein & CK Jeans wallets line
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Jun '09
Herbert Jones, an online men's accessories store, has launched a collection of Calvin Klein and CK jeans Leather Wallets. Since going live in December 2009, Herbert Jones has built up a range of wallets from designer brands such as Ted Baker, Simon Carter, J.Fold and Timberland.

The addition of Calvin Klein and CK Jeans wallets shows their commitment to offering recognised designer brands known for style and quality. Herbert Jones feels that Calvin Klein wallets, complements the other brands, offering a fashionable look that is versatile suiting both suits and jeans.

Calvin Klein wallets have a classic and smart look, whilst CK jeans wallets are more casual and can feature unique design flourishes. Herbert Jones will be expanding their wallets collection, with brands such as Diesel and Duchamp-London.

Their Calvin Klein collection features a variety of different shapes and styles including the classic billfold, slimfold, coin wallet and travel wallet with a removable leather pass (for an oyster car d or similar). Within the Calvin Klein range Herbert Jones offers the 'City', 'Montaigne' and 'Miami'. The Montaigne is a plain soft leather wallet with a metal logo, available in a billfold in black.

The City is a textured leather wallet in a billfold in brown or black leather, whilst the Miami has a moc-crocodile skin effect. From CK Jeans, Herbert Jones stocks the 'New Rivet', 'Run' and 'But'. The New Rivet wallet has a casual look with its jeans inspired metal rivet with a red fabric centre, available in a billfold coin wallet in dark brown leather.

'Run', as its name suggest, features a stitch detail running horizontally across the wallet and comes in black and brown leather with the embossed CK jeans logo. Several more wallet ranges will be added for Autumn/Winter 2009 including the 'Biker', which features a double stripe.

Herbert Jones


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