SUSAN FARBER COLLECTION
SELEGANCE MARRIES LAVISH STYLE
WITH THE WHITE PICCOLO SOFIA CLUTH


NATIONAL WEDDING MONTH
CELEBRATE WITH A SUSAN FARBER ENEVELOPE BAG
THE PERFECT ACCESSORY


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NEW YORK— Though the weather outside is frightful, the opulence of Susan Farber Collections white Piccolo Sofia is quite delightful. Even through winter’s chilliest days, the versatility of this dainty clutch does wonders for a wedding ensemble, yet also livens up everyday wear. Since February is National Wedding month, a Susan Farber envelope bag is the perfect accessory for bridesmaids, as a lavish gift for the bridal shower, and equally stunning for the bride to have and to hold on her big day. Most recently, this show-stopper made an appearance on ABC’s InStyle Celebrity Weddings on the arm of "Playmate of the Year" Tiffany Fallon; wife of Rascal Flatts lead guitarist Joe Don Rooney. This clutch took its place center stage next to the bride during her intimate April wedding at the Palmilla Resort, in Cabo San Lucas. This feminine bag has also made a cameo appearance on Desperate Housewives clutched by Eva Longoria. Lovely as a bridesmaid’s gift, but equally as alluring for the bride, this is a handbag to be cherished. Available online at susanfarbercollections.com or at one of the 200 boutiques nationwide, this seasonless style transcends the ordinary and achieves definitive elegance.

CHERISH THE LOVE
The anatomy of this charming bag includes soft velvety leather in white lamb, and a detachable strap making it ideal for a walk down the aisle or dangling on your arm during a shopping excursion. Also included is a magnetic closure to keep all of your essentials safe inside. The effortless beauty in this Piccolo Sofia makes it a classic to use long after the vows are read. For an exclusive media preview of the Susan Farber Collections or to schedule an interview with Susan Farber, please contact Workhouse Publicity Publicist, Stephanie Sachs directly at 212. 645. 8006 or via email at stephanie@workhousepr.com.

THE TRAIN
Susan Farber’s entire Fall 2007 collection made its debut at The Train show 18 February through 20 February 2007. The Train (International Designers Collections) is a new Fashion and Design Trade Show exclusively dedicated to creative and selective collections. The Train presents the best design approach in fashion, beauty, accessories and home design. It has been created as an innovative fashion experience where business meets art with special exhibitions, performances and more. For an exclusive media preview of the Susan Farber Collections or to schedule an interview with Susan Farber, please contact Workhouse Publicity Publicist, Stephanie Sachs directly at 212. 645. 8006 or via email at stephanie@workhousepr.com.

SUSAN FARBER COLLECTIONS
Susan Farber Collections was established in 2003 by designer, Susan Farber and was initially offered in two stores. Three years later this remarkable line has broadened to over two hundred specialty boutiques nationwide. In creating a seasonal collection, Farber’s travels to extraordinary destinations inspired her to utilize exotic fabrics from such locales as Italy and Ireland. Farber incorporates lush materials such as laundered patents, leathers, and acid evil leather, which compliment the rich color pallets of chocolate brown, cognac, red, and majestic bronze. Perfect for day or night, her design versatility ranges from Piccolo Sofia clutches with bows, to Roscoe satchels. Susan Farber’s creations have already credited her brand awareness with a following that includes: Sharon Stone, Debra Messing, Rachel Bilson and Jennifer Love Hewitt. This adoration has secured placements in WWD, Lucky, Hamptons.com, OC, the ABC smash hit Desperate Housewives and Entertainment Tonight. For additional information please visit www.susanfarbercollections.com.

 















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