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Angel Jackson’s handbags for all style inclinations

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We may all follow the same set of fashion commandments, but we always need a piece or two in our look to express our inner selves and maintain a sense of individual style. Designer collections are the template, and we look to accessorizing as the first step to personalization.

Whatever your style inclination, whether you’re fascinated with geometric forms, the grit of rodeo, the opulence of exotic skins or the allure of metallics, British accessories label Angel Jackson has got something for you. The emerging brand won the Topshop New Designer Award in its first season, and has continued to garner the attention of the fashion world since.

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The sibling design duo behind this innovative brand – Katie and Millie – have an uncompromising attitude in their approach to design and production and are both passionate and dedicated to the belief and importance of producing beautifully hand crafted products in ethical working conditions.

Recognised by the British Fashion Council and British Vogue, Angel Jackson was the first and only accessories label to be short-listed for the highly esteemed Designer Fashion Fund, alongside catwalk designers, Erdem and Christopher Kane.

They are widely recognized for their stylish and glamorous designs that have a “don’t mess with me” attitude. Angel Jackson continually deconstruct ideas to produce accessories that are both modern and super chic but with a healthy dash of underground edgy-luxe.

Production takes place in Angel Jackson’s exclusive factory in Bali allowing the brand to control every element of the luxury manufacturing process. This is all done with a specific emphasis on ensuring the highest quality of workmanship, alongside an excellent working environment for everyone involved.

Shop for your favourite Spring 2013 statement piece at www.angeljackson.com.

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