The Debbie Brooks Collection
A refreshing antidote to wardrobe boredom, Debbie Brooks' sassy, eye catching, and sophisticated handbags will make you the star of every event. Vibrant color palette with expansive pattern choices and unique designs to compliment any outfit and personality. Individually crafted with artisan acrylics and adorned with Swarovski crystals and semi-precious stones. With that added to touch of whimsy to keep you grinning, and your friends irresistibly asking you: "Where did you get that bag?"
Debbie Brooks graduated from Pratt Institute in New York and attended the Royal Academy of Copenhagen where she developed her unique personal style, drawing from real life subject matter. After several years working as a designer for Disney,Wamer Bros., Nickelodeon, Universal Studios and F.A.O. Schwarz, She decided to launch her own collection, transitioning from traditional canvas to her 3-D medium and then to furniture. The first product she created was a handbag for her own use. It was so well received, she launched her line in November of 2002 at New York's 5th Avenue Henri Bendel's. She has since created custom corporate collectable limited edition handbags for the Tony Awards, Elton john for CAESARS, The Four Seasons, The Wynn Hotel, The Broadmoor, The Ritz Carlton and was the official artist for the 2004 Summer & 2006 Winter Olympic Games, with the exclusive evening bag license. Her limited edition charitable collection have raised thousands and include The Avon Foundation, UCP, MDA, Make-A-Wish, Autism Speaks, Dress for Success and many others. Debbie has attracted an impressive list of clientele including Gwyneth Paltrow, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jessica simpson, Nicole Kidman, Britney Spears, Renee Zellweger, Michelle Pfeiffer, Marisa Tomei, Patti LaBelle and Jane Alexander. Her artwork and handbags have also been featured on CNN, The Today Show, CBS, ABC, Extra, Inside Edition, E Style, People Magazine, Lucky, Ocean Drive and Hamptons Magazine.
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