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Bag made with Genuine Vintage satin “Avalon”with brown & mustard flower print
Genuine French Vintage woven fabric with navy blue, green and white pattern
This 1920’s inspired bright turquoise bag is perfect for an evening out or to match with your outfit. You will stand out in the crowd. It is very soft and if you love turquoise, then this one is definitely for you!
This bag is perfect for everyday use. It is made with a red tartan mixed fabric. It is fully lined with red cotton. The black appliqué on the flap is made with black cotton. The bag is fully padded to give extra strength.
This roomy shopping bag is very stylish with a touch of romanticism with its flower print but remains very practical with its 2 handles and 2 large inside pockets.
Romantic Lolita brooch
This “pochette” is very versatile and roomy. You can use it for many different purposes and can be used to store your beauty products and make-up, jewellery, small personal items, documents, passports, small notebooks, cards and or you can simply use
This make-up purse is made with a mixed fabric called “Grapes” originally designed in 1932 by Duncan Grant. The appliqué and the lining are made with a red polka with white dots cotton. Closes with a grey zip


Minxybags
Queens Park Road
Brighton
BN2 0GH

Mon - Fri: 9:00-5:00   Sat / Sun: Closed   

www.minxybags.co.uk
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Minxy Bags is a range of elegant bags and fashion accessories handmade by me, Cécile.
My creations are vintage inspired designs with a modern twist by fusing genuine delicate vintage and colourful contemporary fabrics to produce something timeless and unique.
I also create an ever evolving range of accessories that can either match your chosen bag or can be purchased separately. Fabrics are sources locally.
The company is managed by Cecile Malochet who has been involved in the Fashion Accessories business for many years. Cecile Malochet is more than able to oversee the company, having previously trained at Marie Laurencin college, France.
Last Updated : 29 Jun 2013