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Yana Handbags Aim for Altruism

0 Comments 02 July 2010

Yana Handbags are created by the talented Ayana Evans, who merged her fashion skills with her love for the visual arts. In 2007, she collaborated with Regan J. Hall, a financial expert, to extensively develop her line of handbags cored with humane goals and innovative creations.

Primarily based in New York, the collection of Yana Handbags consists of belt bags, which are worn at the waist, can be carried by hand or worn across the chest or over the shoulder using its convertible strap. The variety of colors and materials used are absolutely appealing and impressive. The Spring 2010 Collection, in particular, is composed of leather handbags that features uniqueness as well as beauty to any outfit.

The Keepin’ It Real belt bags, for example, are made of butter-soft leather that is topped with an eighteen-karat gold plate. They also feature a tie-dye suede lining and hand-sewn bows on each label. The Keepin’ It Real Galactic Blue, in particular, can be worn with much more style and confidence.

While the Keepin’ It Classic collection features sleeker handbags that can be worn with any outfit, the Sexy at All Times collection can also snake its way to a more stylish version of Yana’s hip-grazing bag.

Aside from Yana Handbags’ chic designs and excellent quality, they also boast of promoting eco-friendly fashions. This is due to the use of re-purposed leathers that particularly restrict the amount of waste in the environment. They also make use of vegetable dyed skins so that the chemical impact is reduced.

In addition to all of these altruistic endeavors, the Yana Handbags’ collection attempts to build social consciousness as they donate a certain percentage of each sold bag to different charities and to the American Cancer Society.


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