Anzea Debuts Accessories by Anzea: Breaking into the Fashion Accessories Market

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In September 2014, Accessories by Anzea will be making its debut into the fashion accessories market. Accessories by Anzea is a new and exciting division of Anzea’s product offering.

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This division will include high-end, exclusive handbags and scarves. Anzea's new handbags are from the Emmett Malouf Textiles collection. All of the Emmett Malouf handbags are exquisitely hand-made using silk screened linen finished and bonded, rendering them weather and stain resistant. They sport a durable leather trim reminiscent of English saddles or Western boots. The prints featured include the Cowboy and the Wild Rose and are in the Gamekeeper, Maxi Tote, and Mini Tote handbag styles.

Anzea has called upon the design skills of Ruth Adler Schnee, a historical Mid-Century Modern designer, for its first scarf design. The scarf features the Rock Candy© print that was developed by Schnee in 2007. Anzea has paired this nostalgic Mid-Century Modern design with cutting edge printing technology to develop a remarkably eye-catching accessory.

“We have been searching for the perfect way to break into the fashion accessories market, and have found and developed the perfect products with the Emmett Malouf handbags and the Ruth Adler Schnee scarf,” says Mitzi Mills, principal at Anzea Textiles.

About Anzea:
Anzea was founded in 1990 by creative director Mitzi Mills and business partner Bruce Doeren. Since the company’s inception, Anzea has focused on contract upholstery textiles offering the marketplace the option of leading edge colors, bold designs and high performance.

Anzea collaborates with design and fashion icons such as Ruth Adler Schnee, Jhane Barnes and Jennifer Eno to develop beautiful high performance designs. Design, marketing and warehouse facilities are located in the Fort Worth, Texas, arts district. To visit Anzea's website, click here.

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