Farbod Barsum 2012 SummerFall Luxury Cheap Mulberry Handbags Handbags Collection

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Handbag and accessories designer Farbod Barsum is genetically predisposed to combining artistry and structure. He was born into a family of two architects and was constantly immersed in design from birth. He graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in Art History then went to FIDM to study fashion design. After, he received his Masters degree in Architecture .Mulberry Satchel Bags Sale. He founded his own luxury line in 2010 after apprenticing at the House of Bijan with the late legendary designer, Bijan Pakzad. Operating out of their LA based design house, all of Barsum’s handbags are made in the united states including all of the hardware on the bags. Aesthetically, Barsum strives to construct classical styles with a modern edge. Each bag is one of a kind and made of exotic skins which are sustainably farmed. All bags are made from a single piece of the softest, most luxurious skin, rather than patterns cut out and pieced together .Mulberry Bags. Bags come in skins such as alligator and ostrich leg as well as lizard. With this collection, Barsum is also branching out into jewelry and accessories including bracelet cuffs, key chains, pens, wallets, and belts. He actually offers a rare men’s strawberry colored wallet made out of alligator skin .Mulberry Sale. Only two designers in the world offer this type of wallet, the other being Christian Louboutin. Personal favorites in his summer/fall collection include a purple ostrich clutch and Barsum’s first piece of jewelry, a silver cuff with brass studs made out of ostrich leg. Pricing ranges from $2200 to $2700 for the smaller clutches and $4400 – $25, 000 for the larger, structured bags .Cheap Mulberry Handbags. Each piece purchased at Farbod Barsum also put money towards a great cause. A portion of the purchase price will be donated towards Autism research in honor of Barsum’s autistic sister.


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