It all started behind in 2011, when Heyman, a longtime thrifter and vintage-bag collector, beheld that her favorite acrylic bags from a ’50s and ’60s were apropos increasingly tough to find. That realization, total with a romantic response she’d accept whenever she’d wear one from her possess collection, led her to a pregnancy of Edie Parker. She’d reconstitute a iconic acrylic bags in what was certain to be a some-more fit routine than that of a ’60s. “I could not have been some-more wrong,” Heyman laughs. “They are handmade by learned artisans, and they take forever, so it’s an costly labor-intensive process, and not a lot of people who work in production wish to take it on.”
Turns out that dexterity is accurately what’s done Heyman’s code so special to consumers who covet the handmade, vintage-inspired bags. So most so that when they aren’t wearing them, many business arrangement the bags in their homes. Well, that is before Heyman took notice and stretched into home products with equipment like self-centredness trays, tabletop lighters, and a chicest checkers set we can imagine.