The popularity of designer handbags is at an all-time high. Everywhere we look, from the high street to the nightclub, everyone is carrying a trendy new purse. It seems that we are often so preoccupied with our new handbags that we tend to forget about the people behind the designs.
Women in today's modern world are after style, fashion and comfort. The effect of modernism has kept the busy world looking for a better ways to improve one's lifestyle. And so every now and then, there comes a truly fascinating invention that is released into the marketplace that does exactly this.
From an apprentice, 21 year old Thomas Burberry raised an empire of fashion and style on his name. Established in 1856 Burberry house holds patents and trademarks that had defined the fashion industry.
Today the retail market is flooded with clothes and an increasing number of accessories in different styles and fashion. Although you may like one handbag, chances are if you are anything like me, you would have no clue of the type that the particular handbag belongs to.
There was a time when it was easy to spot a fake: misspelled logos, cheap leather and shoddy hardware. Now, fakes are starting to look rather good and it's hard to tell the difference. Here's how to tell what's real and what's not: