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Elliot Vance sets a new standard for fashion accessories
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Sep '08
Revolutionary! Evolutionary! Dazzling! Eye-Popping Handbags! This is how the fashion world describes the "Premier" handbag collection designed by artist and fashion designer Elliot Vance.

And Mr. Vance is trying to keep up with the demand. "I am expanding my facilities, so I should be able to keep up with the high demand," says Mr. Vance.

"I never thought my handbags would sell so quickly, as I just started selling my 'Premier' collection over the last few months." Some high end boutiques have already offered to carry his line.

Elliot Vance raises the bar for designer handbags and sets a new standard for fashion accessories. Unlike mainstream handbag designs with predictable, cookie-cutter patterns and colors seen year after year, Elliot Vance features beautifully colorful, intricate and multi-layered designs rarely seen in such durable fashion wear.

Printed on special heavy bright artist canvas, treated with a special low or high gloss lamination to protect the artwork and trimmed in the finest leather, Elliot Vance's handbags are made to withstand the harshest weather and wearing conditions.

Mr. Vance has been a designer of outer wear in his family business for over 20 years. In 1999, he turned his attention to the computer, using a unique combination of drawing programs to create over 1,500 pieces of beautiful artwork.

Using his expertise as a fashion designer and combining that with his exquisite images, Mr. Vance has perfectly merged these two artistic forms to create an unique and exciting new fashion accessory.

He has already donated many of his handbags to various world organizations and has been written about in national fashion, news and business publications.

One journalist wrote, "In launching his 'Carry-Art' line of designer bags, Elliot Vance has bridged the worlds of art and fashion like none have done before".

Believing he had something special to offer the consumer, Mr. Vance showcased his new handbag collection on the Web. Within days of premiering his "Carry Art" collection, he got a flood of response.

He was contacted by the company responsible for choosing the items to be included in the 2008 MTV Movie Awards "gift bag" products, given to the stars who attended the pre- party event (prior to the awards show).

Companies actually pay to be part of this Hollywood phenomenon, but Mr. Vance was asked to participate because the organizers believed that his handbags were going to be the "next big thing" to come out of the fashion world.

And based on the tremendously positive response from the media and critics alike, they were certainly right! One movie actress who received one of his handbags, sent him an email of her at a red carpet affair, holding one of his most popular selling bags.

Retailers are continually on the look out for new and unique products to drive consumers into their stores. And consumers are always searching out that new fashion accessory that will set them apart from the crowd.


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