I’m not one to fawn over accessories, especially ones with your name emblazoned across the front, but when Kristen walked into the house with this clutch, it opened a floodgate of compliments.
After I stopped gushing, Kristen filled me in on the details. The custom-made acrylic clutch is from Edie Parker, a line started by Brett Heyman. Before starting EP, Brett did PR for Gucci and worked at Elle. The inspiration for the “wearable sculptures” comes from the showgirls and socialites of the 50’s and 60’s. Due to the fact that they’re all hand-made, prices start at $895.
Considering I’m the girl who started a line of handbags based on functionality, I am as surprised as you are to hear myself say:
“Let’s forget the fact it’s totally impractical and cumbersome,
it’s a show-stopper and that’s all that matters.”
With all of the parties you’ll be going to over the holidays, an EP clutch will not only make you stand out, but also be a great conversation piece.
Coupled with its unique nature, the versatility makes the price point more justifiable. Kristen paired it with jeans, a white t, and Chloe wedges for a casual evening out.
If you’re going to spend the money, I say go Bespoke like Kristen and create your own clutch ($1595 or $1795). Delivery takes 8-10 weeks so that’s why you need to order it now!
or shop the collection (starting at $895).