Beck Bag Brand Launch : Every woman is a beck girl

Beck Bag Brand Launch : Every woman is a beck girl

Beck Bags was established in 2018 by designer Leigh Moose.
She started out on Saturdays arranging fashion magazines in her mother’s hair salon. Little did She know, those same magazines, would be the reason She would fell deep into the fashion industry and ended up as a designer.
Every woman is a BECK GIRL… she just may not know it yet.
Leigh, always had a passion for handbags as they are the one thing that always fits and adds function to one’s daily ensemble. Handbags have the ability to take a mediocre outfit and turn it into something that catches everyone’s eye, leaving a lasting impression.

 A killer, quality handbag never looks out of place… that’s beck.
Bag Details:
-15 Colors
-Small (15.25”L X 10”W X 8”D), Medium (15.25”L X 12”W X 8”D), Large(16”L X 14”W X 8”D)
-Soft pebble grain leather
-Velvet interior with single zip pocket
-$275-$399 price point
Color Inspiration: ​The colors were chosen based on various events and experiences throughout the designers life, sometimes even a favorite item. As an example, the red bag was named after the designers daughter, The Madison. The shade of red is the exact shade of the designer’s favorite Chanel lip color.
Shape Inspiration:​ The shape is described by the designer as “Everything I would want in a bag.” It is big, bright and bold. You can go from the gym, to the office, to an overnight getaway!
Beck X Lilla P: ​The simplicity and clean lines of Lilla P’s aesthetic, along with their neutral color
palette is the perfect compliment to a modern, brightly-colored Beck Bag


Personal Reaction:

This event was amazing. I was blown away by the bags; they are bold colors and a statement piece ( LIKE ME LOL) . As well they had a Hi-Luxury look yet an every day look. These bags are made for brunch with the crew, a PTA meeting or a red eye flight through customs.

All of the handbags are made from pebble grain leather.

I had the honor of speaking to Leigh Moose the designer, and she was so sweet and humble. And not to forget fashionable and a little sass.

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