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Julie Feldman: Princess of Pocketbooks --
by Britten on Scene B Seen : "Let me tell you,
it was difficult to choose just one....Divine!"


Handbag of the Day -- again! :
Julie's "Hydrangea Roxie" evening bag was called "happy, flirty" by the fashion site Luxist, which also celebrated 4th of July with her "Americana Tootsie Roll" creation, named "Red White and Blue Handbag of the Day" by Luxist reviewer Rigel Gregg. The Bag Journal agreed with Luxist when they each respectively selected Julie's Weekender as Bag of the Day.

Here's a quote from "A Garden of Handbags," a profile
in the Chicago Sun-Times' Evanston Review: "Her subject is roses," writes Dorothy Andries. "Little ones, sometimes as many as 200, blooming in bunches or flowering with sparkling leaves and petals. They never fade and you can take them wherever you go, because they adorn your purse -- if you are lucky enough to have a purse made by Julie Feldman."

A sculpture by Julie, a grouping of abstract chess pieces in welded steel, is featured
on the design review website "I'm simply in love with this set," writes Shira Abel Shvo, who covers design issues on the site.

Handbags for Humanity, Charity of the Day: "Yay!" says Luxist. "Three cheers for buying cute designer handbags and supporting charity at the same time!" Julie (and her handbags) helped celebrate the arrival of Ellen Hermanson Breast Center at Southampton Hospital, a project of Ellen's Run.

Julie and her creations have been featured on Fox News, on, in Accessories Magazine, Couture Magazine and the New York Post, on Channel 3 Phoenix and Tucson Lifestyle magazine, and in the Santa Monica Star, Sarasota Magazine, the Sacramento Bee and the Las Vegas Review Journal, among others....

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