Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Handbags Giveaway

Do you like giveaways? Well what about handbag giveaways? Well here's something different in the way of designer handbags. If you love handbags then this could be your lucky day as, courtesy of Ecco Domani, the stylish Italian wines company, here's a handbag giveaway with four designer handbags designed by Kai Kuhne, Mary Ping, Project Alabama, and Scott Palmer to be given away! And guess what, if your the lucky winner you get them all :)

Ecco Domani, is a strong supporter of emerging fashion designers. Through the Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation (EDFF), created six years ago, each year Ecco Domani gives six select designers an opportunity to showcase a collection during fall Fashion Week and over the years it has launched the careers of fashion designers such as Zac Posen, Proenza Schouler, Peter Som, Derek Lam, Erin Fetherston and the design duo, Rodarte.

For 2008, the foundation introduced a brand new category, accessories, and now, in time for this year’s holiday gift-giving season, Ecco Domani, has launched an exclusive designer wine tote collection, Designs on Ecco Domani.

“We created Designs on Ecco Domani for fashion-conscious wine consumers looking for a unique wine accessory for any occasion,” said Patrick Coyle, Director of Marketing, Ecco Domani wines.  “We’re thrilled to have had the opportunity to team up with our talented EDFF designers again to create a stunning collection of one-of-a kind bags.”

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Past Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation recipients, Kai Kuhne, Palmer Jones, Mary Ping and Project Alabama have each designed a unique and fashionable wine tote made to carry Ecco Domani’s premium wine varietals.

Kai Kuhne, 2002 EDFF award recipient along with former design collective AsFour, continues to push the envelope in fashion with avant-garde designs from his own label, Myself. For the designer wine tote collection, Kai created a sophisticated, feminine, black wine purse with a jumbo-sized bow that will dress up any outfit, making it a chic wine carrier to bring to a fabulous cocktail party. Priced at $45.

For the designer wine tote collection, Palmer Jones 2003 EDFF award recipients, acclaimed for their exquisitely embroidered and tailored jackets and recognized for their creative use of luxurious fabrics to create feminine looks, the talented design sisters, Kathy and Lindy Jones created a blue over-the-shoulder synthetic fabric, Ecco logo bag. This functional, fun, and chic bag can keep two bottles of chilled white wine cool and protected during transit from one holiday soiree to another. Priced at $10.

Project Alabama, 2003 EDFF award recipient, are celebrated in the fashion industry for their unique hand stitched garments. Project Alabama created a burgundy, quilted, leather-trimmed barrel bag to hold one bottle of wine that can also be used as a fashionable over-the-shoulder bag. Priced at $55.

Mary Ping, 2005 EDFF award recipient is well-known for her simple yet mod runway looks. Her fashion has caught the eye of top fashion magazines around the world. Mary’s suede and patent leather wine sack is not only great for carrying a bottle of Ecco Domani wine but can double as a chic wristlet for day or evening.  Priced at $40.

Find these chic and fashionable wine totes at Ecco Domani or use the entry coupon on the sidebar to enter to win a set of all 4 of these limited-edition, designer handbags holiday must-haves. This contest ends on October 21, 2007.

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