Friday, June 10, 2005

Pre-order your Kooba Sienna or Scarlett bags now!

Wow, three posts in one day? How unlike me. I fear I might have sprained something.

Anyway, I just got the email from that they are now accepting pre-orders for their new Sienna and Scarlett bags!

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The Sienna is offered in black or nutmeg leather, or delectable chocolate suede (pictured above) and will be $595. The Scarlett is available in nutmeg leather and chocolate suede, and will run you $475 and $430. The bags will be shipped in mid to late August.

And now I promise to shut up about these bags. (Statcounter shows that most people come to my site looking for these purses, so I felt that I had to indulge them.)


  • At 10:22 PM, Blogger Twitchy Jane said…

    Do you think that these bags will become classics? Or at least, if I buy a Sienna...will I look ridiculously out of fashion carrying it a year or so from now?

  • At 7:22 PM, Blogger CrankyBiscuit said…

    Though it is decidedly boho in style, it does have a simplicity to it that I think will stand the test of time well.

  • At 11:48 AM, Blogger ET said…

    This is a good casual bag, although I have decided it is a bit too tote-y for me (I prefer the cleaner and more versatile (horizontal) lines of the Hogan Weekend/ Shopping bag), but the Sienna is a cute bag, and the new fall colors are great (although the nutmeg was supposed to be lighter than the luggage color, and it doesn't seem that way on my monitor). And the price is not TOO terribly high (comparatively). If you have a generally casual style, this is a great bag. And in a few years when it is not all the rage, it can be a "vintage" piece. = )

  • At 9:27 PM, Blogger Dee said…

    cool site....

  • At 8:23 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I agree its a bit too totey for me as well,,,would prefer if it was just a little "tighter". I think all these "it" bags have great potential for comebacks 20 years from now when your daughters will want to carry them as well...but you may have to wait that long for them to have the same appeal as they do now.


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