In the early 1970s, accessories designer Carlos Falchi was just another boy from Brazil living in New York City. Then he landed a job at the legendary New York hangout Max’s Kansas City, and his unconventional home-sewn handbags caught the attention of cool kids Mick Jagger and Tina Turner. Today, Falchi’s design studio on New York City’s W. 39th Street still hand-produces minimalist clutch purses, oversize hobo and tote bags, and deconstructed satchels from exotic alligator, crocodile, and python skins and premium leathers. As vivid and colorful as their rock-and-roll forebears, Falchi’s quintessentially New York bags are popular with celebs such as Madonna and Jessica Simpson, and even had a cameo in <i>Sex and the City</i>.
Past Sales Featuring Carlos Falchi & more
Sale Ended September 16, 2015
The Accessory Edit Feat. 10 Crosby
Run around town with these stylish extras from cashmere scarves to luxe leather totes
Sale Ended July 14, 2015
Grab-And-Go Clutches Feat. Kayu
Update your look in a flash with the must-have handbag silhouette
Sale Ended July 20, 2015
Exotic Accessories: Up to 75% Off
A striking mix of skins in vivid hues, from clutches to hobos, by Beirn, Carlos Falchi, and more
Sale Ended December 10, 2008
Carlos Falchi is unrivaled in the world of luxury handbags with over 37 years in the industry. His designs have always influenced the market from 1980 when <i>Women’s Wear Daily</i> declared his Buffalo Satchel, “the most copied bag in the industry,” and his bags have been selected to compliment the runway creations of designers such as Donna Karan, Catherine Malandrino, Vera Wang, Ralph Rucci and Bill Blass. Honors range from the Coty Award in 1983 to CFDA award nominations in 2004 and 2006. Falchi has distinguished himself through his use of exotic skins, each bag made completely by hand. Carlos Falchi designs have been featured in television shows such like <i>Lipstick Jungle</i>, <i>Sex in the City</i> and <i>Cashmere Mafia</i> and now available at Gilt Groupe.
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