PAIGE and Clare V. Just Co-Designed a Bag Collection and We Want Every Piece
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PAIGE and Clare V. Just Co-Designed a Bag Collection and We Want Every Piece

Is there anything better than when two kick-ass women join forces? (Spoiler alert: No.) And now, just in time for holiday season, we’ve been gifted the swoon-inducing collaboration between Paige Adams-Geller (of the beloved denim brand bearing her first name) and the queen of functional chic accessories, Clare Vivier. Get your wish lists ready: Clare V. x PAIGE handbags are officially here.

When it comes to denim, few have as much industry cred as Adams-Geller. She’s best known for creating the jeans seemingly every woman lives in, as well as her subsequent ready-to-wear collections (including an ongoing partnership with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley), and her PAIGE designs have adorned the bods of pretty much every female star you can think of. Vivier is no stranger to the celeb set either, having had her minimalist Parisian pieces toted by everyone from Gabrielle Union to Emma Roberts. So when the two met at a women’s empowerment conference (we know, right?!), it was indeed the beginning of a beautiful friendship. Lucky for us, we get to reap the benefits.

The Clare V. x PAIGE collection features just three limited-edition handbags — a selection that’s small, but mighty. The Camille Pouch is an updated version of Clare V.’s iconic iPhone pouch, offered in holiday-ready black velvet with a detachable crossbody strap.

Also on offer is the Julie Clutch, a take on Clare V.’s previous circular Julie bag, available in two versions: silver leather with a gold leather wristlet cord and burgundy suede with rose gold details. Inspired by PAIGE’s holiday collection, which includes the same fabrics and vibe, the grouping is about as giftable as it gets. And yes, that means treating yourself to one too.

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(Photos via Claire V. x PAIGE)