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handbag

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Senor Ortega stood waiting patiently with his handbag, like a rescued wayfarer.
The famous fashion brands are now trying ways to lure the consumers towards handbags with Mulberry naming its bags after US model Cara Delevingne and Chanel roping in Pharrell for its Gabrielle handbag campaign.
While inside the house, Timothy O'Sullivan stole a handbag containing money intended to help his victim pay for a mobility scooter.
A handbag with jewellery worth around e1/4800 and e1/4800 in cash was reported stolen on Saturday from a car in Larnaca.
On February 2, 2017, they snatched a handbag in G-9/1 from mother of Sardar Abu Bakkar for which case was registered at Karachi Company.
TYNESIDE firm Handbag Clinic has teamed up with luxury department store Harvey Nichols in a deal to take its services into the North West.
A woman's handbag is more than just a fashion accessory; but for the queen, it has a little more significance.
The new model is the ultimate solution for professional women, combining a business tote and a handbag in one elegant solution.
NPDs recent report, The New Handbag Customer Revealed 2016, created in partnership with Stylitics, found that 81 percent of Millennials said it was important to them that the logo on their handbag be subtle.
Each handbag was cleaned, packed with various personal items, and prepared for distribution.
RARE pre-loved bags from some of the world's most renowned fashion houses will be available for sale at Handbag Clinic's new Newcastle store.
Hannah Coventry, senior retail area manager for the charity, said: "This was our first handbag amnesty campaign and the support and response from our customers has been overwhelming.