Sarah Jessica Parker may have become synonymous with shoes thanks to her brilliant footwear choices on the red carpet and Carrie Bradshaw‘s unabashed love of footwear on Sex and the City, but shoes aren’t the only thing SJP knows. SJP is a master of all things fashion-related and her latest handbag launch is proof of that.

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Sarah Jessica Parker already has plenty on the go in the fashion world with her shoe line recently feting its third birthday and her gorgeous line of LBDs, but that isn’t going to stop her. For her latest launch, she has created “The Seven Essentials” handbag range for her SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker label.


As you can probably deduce from the name, the range is comprised of seven bags that will get you through almost any occasion. What’s more is that the bags are made in America and are the perfect blend of being cool and timeless. They’re also quality pieces that are going to last. SJP told WWD,

“Our seven essential silhouettes incorporate quality, function, and necessity in their own ways. And much like our shoes, they are timeless. Made for all women and all occasions.”

The range includes totes, hobos, a bucket bag, clutches of varying sizes and a chic backpack. The majority of the styles are crafted in leather with the Ladybird clutch having a glittery finish. If you’re a fan of black bags, you’ll be pleased to know that the entire range comes in black. If you want something different, the aforementioned Ladybird clutch comes in three colorways, while the large Goya Leather clutch is available in hot pink. The Jackie Leather Crossbody bag comes in red and brown while the NYC Hobo also comes in a versatile dove gray.

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The bags will be available on Amazon Fashion and Bloomingdale’s. If you want to snag yours early, you can pre-order the collection off the Bloomingdale’s website right now. The bags range in price from $395 to $695.


(Photos: Bloomingdale’s)