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Iconic classics gucci jackie bags

  • By richard M. Earley
  • Published 03/30/2011
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In the world of bags, there are lots of timeless styles and models that have been withstanding the test of time and become classics. And we have seen some great designs now which, we are sure, will become classic models in the future. From Hermes Birkin to Louis Vuitton speedy 25, classic style as a timeless trend has changed people’s attitude towards fashion. We can not draw our eyes on these new classic handbags on fashion presentations because they are so elegant and have a kind of sophisticated luxury that other bags would not have. The Gucci Jackie bag can not be neglected when refer to classic bags, which is a legendary bag of Gucci, the established Italian luxury brand. The Jackie was originally called the “Constance”but was re-named in honor of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, wife of US president John F Kennedy after she was spotted several times wearing the bag while working as a consulting editor at publishing firm Doubleday. As a fashion icon of her time, Jacqueline Onassis was regarded as the best dressed First Lady, so it no wonder that her love of the bag lead it’s great success. This iconic Gucci Jackie hobo becomes a classic in fashion history. But the distinctive Gucci Jackie bag was reinterpreted this time by designer Frida Giannini who colored the bag and redefined it to a new collection called” new Jackie”. Rare animal leathers such as crocodile, python and calfskin were use to this star bag and made it one of luxury bags in accessory world. Crafted in supple leather, the body-friendly designed New Jackie is another comfortable choice. What’s more, the professional craftsmanship is the quality guarantee to this new chic collection. The bags have won a long list of celebrity Fans, including Elizabeth Hurley, Audrey Hepburn, Salma Hayeck, Lindsay Lohan, Camilla Belle, Kareena Kapoor, Grace Kelly, Nicole Kidman and so on and on. Kindly visit the above web site for more information.


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