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Kimberly Yurisich brings cult luxury handbag line to USA
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Apr '08
Notting Hill Design the luxury handbag label based in the heart of West London, announced the launch of their line in the United States.

The collection of bags are inspired by 20th century design – particularly the golden period of the 40's and 50's - defined by clean, sculptural lines with a sense of proportion.

Created by Kimberly Yurisich, a trained architect and former New Yorker with a luxury fashion background, and her husband Steven, the bags have long been a favorite in the United Kingdom.

Handcrafted in Italy from the finest Italian and French leathers and exotics (including python and ostrich) in a vibrant palette of colors and distinctive textures and finishes, Notting Hill Design leaves no detail unfinished.

With a collection ranging from their larger shoulder bag called the "Westbourne" to their red carpet worthy clutch the "LoLA", the line caters to a wide array of women who appreciate luxury and style.

Each bag incorporates brilliantly sculpted lines and soft curves enhanced with subtle touches of hand crafted metalwork.

Each metalwork component is custom designed and hand machined, then finished in the highest specification palladium and gold finishes. Since their launch, every bag is lined with their signature vibrant amethyst grosgrain lining.

"We are thrilled to be bringing our luxury handbag line to the United States," said Notting Hill Design founder, Kimberly Yurisich. "We believe our collection will resonate strongly with style conscious and fashion forward American women".

Notting Hill Design


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