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Torula has done it again. After being bang on trend with their Great Gatsby inspired Hyde Park handbag design in gold, Torula now hit the Spring Summer demand for brights with key colours including royal blue, cherry red and canary yellow featured on their Chinatown, Bond Street and Angel designs.
The designs are versatile, being suitable for adding a pop of colour to otherwise conservative work wear, or to complement weekend attire and evening glad rags. The fact that each bag is named after an area of London makes Torula a quirky way to sport the seasons trends, without breaking the bank.
The label was founded by Emeline Coates in 2008 and has since become a firm favourite of both Parisians and Brits alike. Torula, like its Founder, has a dual nationality of English and French which amalgamates to a combination of French chic and British street-style.
Only the finest leather is used and each bag is lined with beautiful blue suede; Coates works with craftsmen in Istanbul to ensure that the quality is always at the forefront of the labels products. Although it might look as though one will have to take out a second mortgage on their home to afford a Torula bag, in actual fact prices start from just £80, ranging to £365 for the larger designs.
In terms of originality, the label succeeds in its delivery of high quality and creatively designed bags in a way that comparable brands may fall down. After starting out on Londons Portobello Road Market, the trademark styles have continued to thrive with new designs being launched every season to tie in with upcoming trends.
It is this contemporary process that ensures Torula is always one step ahead of the fash-pack, whether the trend is summer brights or festive decadence, oversized or miniature, there is literally a Torula bag to suite all.
As summer rapidly slips into autumn we will wait to see what Torula launches next. Following a re-launch of their website, and an announcement that new designs are on their way, we will wait with baited breath to see what delights are in store for the fashion conscious yet quality driven.
Torula has already made a splash on the other side of the Channel and is looking to do the same back here in Blighty. Expect big things.
Check out Torulas website: http://www.torulabags.com/