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Ladies, do you ever hit the dancefloor and find that holding your purse or clutch is getting in the way of busting out your extreme moves? Yeah, me too. Luckily, Parisian design Amalia Mattaör has concepted a line of purses that will solve all our dancefloor dilemmas. Aptly titled “The Dancing Bags,” the collection consists of leather bags designed with functionality in mind – hardware and buckle details transform a regular purse into a shoulder harness that can be worn wrapped around the upper arm.

Adorned with details like studs and chains, Mattaör’s designs are a perfect marriage of a purse and a piece of body jewelry. Mattaör also pushes the envelope on the eco-design front, using leathers made from salmon and eel skins. For more information, check out here website here.

Do you like the collection? Would you wear the bags?

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One Response to Fashion Meets Function: The Dancing Bags by Amalia Mattaör

  1. spensaur

    Awesome, just awesome.

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