The Launch Of CRASH Bag By Brooklyn Industry

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Brooklyn Industries, known as the leading company which provides the innovative and creative clothes and apparels now is going to announce and unveil its first special edition handbag with a series of every season. Brooklyn Industries will make a change and big impact through its special edition in Spring 2012. The first debut of the Spring 2012 collection fashion presentation will give an opportunity to all people and customers to access the official handbag collection in the store.

The hand painted handbag which is created and designed in Brooklyn, New York and is purposed to reflect and show the theme which presents and displays the J.G. Ballard’s 1979 novel, Crash. The bag also represents the twisted metal remnants of a highway crash. With the high quality materials and through the fusion of the fashion and eroticism elements and by putting the modernity styles and effects have made the handbag unique and different with the other.

One Response to The Launch Of CRASH Bag By Brooklyn Industry

  1. I use to own a stationery store, so I’ve seen some rellay nice higher end cards. I know you say $250 is more than you want to spend and I totally respect that; however, before you decide, think about how many cards you give out now or how many you think you can go through in a year. As someone mentioned above, the cost is rellay in the set-up, so the larger the amount you order at one time, the better. Crane & Co. has some awesome calling and business cards that are so professional and classy. They offer letterpress, thermography, and flat printing. Yes, you can spend a lot, but sometimes it is worth the initial investment. If you want to ask me any specific questions, please feel free to contact me. I’d be happy to help you and give advise that isn’t behind a sale. (If you know what I mean.)

    April 26, 2014 at 4:00 am

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