(PRWEB) May 3, 2005
Haute couture will probably run out of ideas someday. However, judging from the new designs of women’s handbags at http://www.in-designer-handbags.com that come out season after season, or year after year—there seems to be no end in sight.
What drives women’s handbags designers to be this creative? Media guru Marshall McLuhan will be the first to say that it is probably the medium itself. Since time immemorial, man has been obsessed with a container that carry one’s valuables conveniently. From bison hide, cave dwellers fashioned primitive bags in which to store stones used to pelt wide animals, or even progenitors of today’s commonplace beef jerkies.
That love affair continues and is as strong as ever in modern times. Women’s handbags remain a thriving business partly because designers are constantly challenged by matching a fashionable dress with an equally fashionable handbag. Louis Vuitton’s conservative, old-rich designs are a constant favorite, with the Pradas running close by. However, one sad development is that it has become next to impossible to get an original handbag from these designers.
Don’t put the blame on the buying public, the women clientele to be exact. Even if you’re affluent, you will think twice before buying a $2,000 Vuitton handbag. And what if you can get the same style from the underground at $200? This scenario definitely excites women shoppers to the hilt.
We hear that Louis Vuitton has been raising the price of his bags constantly in order to distance himself from his copycats. This strategy will not work. It will serve to only alienate the designer from his patrons. The best approach should be to come up with hard-to-copy features or inject passport or fingerprinting technology in the design of the world famous Vuitton logo. After all this is said and done, there will still be copycats—but it seems this is the only way to diminish their numbers as far as women’s handbags are concerned.
Try http://in-designer-handbags.com for the newest handbag styles. Discounts galore.