Our fa­vorite new-sea­son buys and the pieces that top our wish­list


Sarah Bey­doun has com­bined her in­ter­est in help­ing un­der­priv­i­leged women with her pas­sion for fash­ion and ac­ces­sories by es­tab­lish­ing her brand, Sarah’s Bag, as part of a heal­ing pro­gram which fo­cuses on help­ing and em­pow­er­ing women who served time in prison. cell phone If I was stranded on an is­land, I’d sur­vive if I had my with me. Coco Chanel I wish was still alive; and wear­ing one of my de­signs. The 200 women we pro­vide work for drive me to cre­ate, sea­son af­ter sea­son. Beads is my fa­vorite ma­te­rial to work with. Amal Clooney we were a per­fect match. When wore my bag, I felt Fam­ily is price­less. dancer. If I wasn’t a de­signer, I’d be a ful­filled? What’s the point of liv­ing if you’re not Sarah’s Bag is my great­est achieve­ment. So­cial as­pect sets my la­bel apart from the rest. never stud­ied de­sign. You’d be sur­prised to know that I get­ting inspired. When I’m not de­sign­ing, I’m next to the sea. I feel the most free when I’m Func­tion is im­por­tant in or­der for a piece to be per­fect. stay in bed. Pour your heart and soul in to what you’re do­ing, or else bag in­di­vid­u­al­ity. A woman’s should be a re­flec­tion of her Con­fi­dence is the key to style. energy. Be­lieve in the power of your

We play a game of fill-in-the-blanks with the cre­ative force be­hind Sarah’s Bag, Sarah Bey­doun.

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