Vintage Princess Leather Handbags Brings New York Home

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Vintage Princess Handbags (VP) has launched their striking new collection ‘New York’.

Vintage Princess Handbags (VP) has launched their striking new collection ‘New York’. The new collection features winter’s bold colours and incorporates leopard and paw prints for a touch of New York sass into their leather handbags, clutches and totes.

Director Angela Babatsias launched the Melbourne-based leather handbag label in 2004. She noticed a gap in the market for stylish yet affordable leather handbags.

VP leather handbags have been seen on many of Australia’s most powerful fashion celebrities; Jennifer Hawkins, Elle Ferguson, Rozalia Russian, Kasia Z, Silvana Lovin, Ashley Hart. On many prominent fashion bloggers; They All Hate Us, Jess Loves Fred, Sydney Fashion Blogger, Love Shop Share, Lady Melbourne, Melbourne Girl, Chronicles of Nadia, What Would Karl Do and Drop Dead Gorgeous.

Angela’s inspiration for the New York collection came from a recent trip to the cobble-stoned fashion mecca ‘I was strolling down 5th Avenue, and was blown away by the fashion, the voguish boots, winter fur coats and stylish leather handbags - I felt like I was in a movie or the set of Sex and the City and I wanted to bring a little bit of New York home with me’.

From the boulevards of New York to the streets of Melbourne, Vintage Princess Handbags brings a little panache for all Australian fashionistas to enjoy. Prices ranging from $179 - $480, VP’s new collection of handmade leather handbags is very affordable for the fashion conscious woman, with each leather handbag and clutch offering the versatility of day and night wear.

To view their full range of handmade leather handbags, please visit To connect with VP please follow Instagram (@vntgeprincess), Twitter (@vntgeprincess) and Facebook (Vintage Princess Handbags).

If you have any further queries, please contact our PR Manager, Jacintha Field on M. 0450 461 671 or via email jacintha(at)vintageprincess(dot)com(dot)au

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