Handbag is a luxury fashion whose make with fur, leather, cloth and many more material. Whether, handbags are the expression of one person’s personality; who are and where they belong the society, economic, and fashion term. Now, if women purchase their dress then they will buy a handbag matching to their dress color. They buy unique handbags. Handbags have come in different sizes and colors. In Pakistan, when you go for shopping of clothes, there you can find same matching handbags. Cross Road is its best example. Handbags should be both functional and symbolic. Handbags are also an entire to luxury and glamour.
Women use many bags in their life; causal bags, decorative bags, working hours bags and so on. Handbags have become the part of your life. Handbags are such luxury which is necessary for life. It is your consistent partner when you go out to home. In 1980s, women were used silk handbags (purses). Many handbags do not have any identity in the shape of brand. Many local handbags, you can find in your near local market. Many women like to shopping of only handbags. They like to have many more colors and brands of handbags.
Early modern Europeans wore purses for one purpose, to carry coins. Purses were made of soft fabric or leather, and were worn by men as often as ladies. In the 17th century, young girls were taught embroidery as a necessary skill for marriage; this also helped them make very beautiful handbags. By the late 18th century, fashions in Europe were moving towards a slight shape, inspired by the silhouettes of Ancient Greece and Rome. Women wanted purses that would not be bulky or untidy in appearance. So they used reticules. Reticules were made of fine fabrics like silk and velvet, with wrist straps. Originally popular in France, they crossed over into Britain, where they became known as “indispensables”.
The modern purse, clutch, pouch or handbag came about in England during the Industrial Revolution and the increase in travel by railway. In 1841 the Doncaster industrialist and confectionery entrepreneur Samuel Parkinson ordered a set of travelling cases and trunks, and insisted on a travelling case or bag for his wife’s particulars. Parkinson had noticed his wife’s purse was too small and made from material that would not resist the journey. He specific that he wanted various hand bags for his wife, varying in size for different occasions, and asked that they be made from the same leather that was being used for his cases and trunks; this would distinguish them from the then-familiar carpetbag and other travelers’ cloth bags used by members of other social classes. H. J. Cave (London) thankful and produced the first modern set of luxury handbags, as we would recognize them today, including a clutch. These are now on display in the handbag museum in Amsterdam. H. J. Cave did continue to sell and advertise the handbags, but many critics said that women did not need them, and that bags of such size and heavy material would ‘break the backs of ladies’. H. J. Cave ceased to promote the bags from 1865, and concentrated on trunks instead, although they continued to make the odd handbag for Royalty, celebrities or to celebrate special occasions. However, H.J. Cave resumed handbag production in 2010.