For all enthusiastic bag lovers, how the content feels and looks decides whether it is worth collecting.
Dedicated bag collectors carefully search for the bags that cause us to stop and appreciate, evoking enthusiastic “ooohs” and “aaahs” – even before we lay curious fingers upon them. But increasingly more often, high-class bag shoppers are having to perform extensive exams to determine if the content under analysis is authentic organic leather from animal leathers or an artificial man-made content from chemicals. Adding to our misunderstandings is the all too often missing content label information. It may take a while to locate a “genuine organic leather cowhide” symbol or “genuine leather” rubber stamping on the bag to confirm validity.
So, what does all this “natural or set detective work amount to? Converted into “fashionese,” bags created of top quality set are making the “luxury” and exceptionally well created bag “A” lists – and becoming delightful, informed inclusions in selections of the most discerning bag enthusiasts. Shocking to many, is the truth that when searching and feeling beautifully like organic leather, artificial bags costs far less than traditional organic leather bag luxury!
A Little Leather and Fake Leather Handbag History
Recognising that the content of a bag is surely its best thing, American females have traditionally chosen organic leather as a favorite for high-class bag buys. In the late 90’s, according to the 2012 research of Great Beam Industry Reports, addressing U.S. economic problems, more females bought replica bags and bags created of set. Some major designers produced replica organic leather bags, while still promoting the design reliability of their manufacturers. By the mid 2000s, 66% of all U.S. shipped bags were organic leather and the United States brought in more women’s bags than any other country on earth. Currently, some of the leading developer manufacturers of organic and set bags are produced in China, the planets largest exporter of bags and bags. (Global Handbags Market: 2012 Edition)