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6 Top Handbag Lines from Famous Celebrities

Updated on December 31, 2015
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These celebrities are not only famous for their singing and acting, but for creating their own their own line of handbag. What an accomplishment!!! Each handbag collection reveals the celebrities taste, style and design. Take a look.

HOUSE OF HARLOW (NICOLE RICHIE)

Nicole Richie is Lionel Richie's adopted daughter. House of Harlow is Nicole Richie’s fashion line. She created a handbag line, which featured clutches, hobos and cross-body bags. Her handbag line used materials like vintage leather and velvet material. Her line is available at Nordstroms, Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus and Shopbop.com.

IVANKA TRUMP HANDBAG COLLECTION

Ivanka Trump is the daughter of Donald and Ivana Trump. She teamed up with Mondani to launch different types of of handbags. Her handbag line is available at Nordstrom, Macy’s, Dillards. It is also available in Canada, Spain and Philippines.

JESSICA SIMPSON HANDBAG COLLECTION

Jessica Simpson created her own fashion line called Jessica Simpson collection. Her collection included clutches, satchels, cross body, shoulder bags, nolita hobo and totes.

L.A.M.B HANDBAG LINE

Gwen Stefani is a singer, song writer and fashion designer. She created her own fashion line, L.A.M.B. based on Love, angel, music and baby. Stefani designed a new line of handbags with Shifter and Partners. Her collection featured stripped clutch, stripped cross body, boulder clutch, pieced cross body, pieced tote, martin satchel and much more.

PARIS HILTON HANDBAG COLLECTION

Paris Hilton worked very closely with Retouch Brands to create a collection of handbags. Her line is available in Asia and Middle East.

THE ROW (MARY KATE AND ASHLEY OLSEN)

The Row is a fashion line that Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen developed. They have created a handbag line. The handbags included a classic shoulder bag, day tote, backpack, doctor bag and metal-framed minaudiere twin and laptop twin. It was featured at Barneys in New York. According to Barneys, the handbags are "sleek and sophisticated, blending old-world glamour with contemporary chic.”


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