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Back To School Sale Bonnie Cashin For Meyers Slim Flap Shoulder Bag In Brown Suede Leather- EUC

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Description

This is a Bonnie Cashin for Meyers Slim Flap Shoulder Bag in brown suede leather. 'Bonnie Cashin For Meyers' is inscribed on the interior compartment wall. Bonnie Cashin designed bags for Meyers from 1964 to 1968.

This is a medium sized shoulder bag. This bag is suitable for business or pleasure. It has a flap over closure cover that opens to an exterior front with two slip pockets and one zipper pocket along with a spacious interior compartment with an additional zipper pocket. It has an adjustable strap with a 14 inch drop.

Dimensions:

Length: 10.75 inches
Height: 12 inches
Width: 1 inch

Strap Drop: 15 inches

Condition:

This bag is in excellent used condition. There are no rips, tears or holes. The hardware works as intended and it is structurally sound. While this bag has a few scuffs and scratches they are hard to find. This bag was either kept in a closet for most of its existence or meticulously well maintained. Please see photos for best depiction of condition of this bag.

About Bonnie Cashin

Bonnie Cashin (1908 -2000) is considered to be one of the great innovators of modern fashion. While she was still in high school, Cashin began designing costumes for a local dance troupe in southern California, and before long she was in New York City. In 1962, Bonnie Cashin was hired by the then new line of leather handbags, Coach. Cashin applied some of the same principles she used in designing clothing to her designs at Coach. Her handbags were for the modern woman. She used brightly dyed leathers and many had attached purses. She also did matching accessories such as wallets, and as she did in her clothing, she used interesting closures and hardware. Cashin continued to design for Coach until 1974. Throughout her long career, Cashin worked for many different firms, including the Scottish Cashmere company, Ballantyne 1964 – 1968, Crescendoe and Superb gloves, Modelia and Russ Taylor raincoats, and Meyers handbags. In 1972 she started The Knittery, a company that produced knit-to-fit sweaters. In 1977 she started her “Cashin Country” line. Bonnie Cashin retired from designing in 1985. [ See Vintage Fashion Guild http://vintagefashionguild.org/label-resource/cashin-bonnie/

For more about Bonnie Cashin go to https://bonniecashin.org/

If you prefer a different style vintage bag, I have many in stock and you can see it at my shop at https://www.etsy.com/shop/ProVintageGear
This is a Bonnie Cashin for Meyers Slim Flap Shoulder Bag in brown suede leather. 'Bonnie Cashin For Meyers' is inscribed on the interior compartment wall. Bonnie Cashin designed bags for Meyers from 1964 to 1968.

This is a medium sized shoulder bag. This bag is suitable for business or pleasure. It has a flap over closure cover that opens to an exterior front with two slip pockets and one zipper pocket along with a spacious interior compartment with an additional zipper pocket. It has an adjustable strap with a 14 inch drop.

Dimensions:

Length: 10.75 inches
Height: 12 inches
Width: 1 inch

Strap Drop: 15 inches

Condition:

This bag is in excellent used condition. There are no rips, tears or holes. The hardware works as intended and it is structurally sound. While this bag has a few scuffs and scratches they are hard to find. This bag was either kept in a closet for most of its existence or meticulously well maintained. Please see photos for best depiction of condition of this bag.

About Bonnie Cashin

Bonnie Cashin (1908 -2000) is considered to be one of the great innovators of modern fashion. While she was still in high school, Cashin began designing costumes for a local dance troupe in southern California, and before long she was in New York City. In 1962, Bonnie Cashin was hired by the then new line of leather handbags, Coach. Cashin applied some of the same principles she used in designing clothing to her designs at Coach. Her handbags were for the modern woman. She used brightly dyed leathers and many had attached purses. She also did matching accessories such as wallets, and as she did in her clothing, she used interesting closures and hardware. Cashin continued to design for Coach until 1974. Throughout her long career, Cashin worked for many different firms, including the Scottish Cashmere company, Ballantyne 1964 – 1968, Crescendoe and Superb gloves, Modelia and Russ Taylor raincoats, and Meyers handbags. In 1972 she started The Knittery, a company that produced knit-to-fit sweaters. In 1977 she started her “Cashin Country” line. Bonnie Cashin retired from designing in 1985. [ See Vintage Fashion Guild http://vintagefashionguild.org/label-resource/cashin-bonnie/

For more about Bonnie Cashin go to https://bonniecashin.org/

If you prefer a different style vintage bag, I have many in stock and you can see it at my shop at https://www.etsy.com/shop/ProVintageGear

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: Soft supple brown suede leather exterior, Smooth leather lined interior, Suede flap over closure, two slip pockets on front under closure, Zipper pocket in front under closure, Interior compartment, Zipper pocket inside interior compartment, 15 inch shoulder strap, 10 and 3 quarter inches L x 12 inches High by, 1 inch Wide, Bonnie Cashin for Meyers logo inside, Great gift
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