Thalé Blanc Handbags: The Celebrity Magnet

Thalé Blanc is a fine accessories company founded by Deborah Sawaf in 2010. Raised within the intimate world of couture embroidery and design, Deborah Sawaf’s fascination and talent led her to embark on her journey through the world of fashion, designing exquisite works for labels such as Gianfranco Ferré, Roberto Cavalli and Valentino, before launching her own line of handbags.

For Thalé Blanc, Sawaf takes inspiration ranging from the 1920’s to French Renaissance, and Baroque, as well as from exotic lands with rich histories of textile ornamentation. The creations of the well-traveled, culturally and artistically inclined designer attract a wide range of clients from all walks of life, and notably, powerhouse celebrities.

The designer is a celebrities magnet for stars known for their onscreen and philanthropic work.  Leading ladies like ‘Nuyorican Productions’ media mogul Jennifer Lopez, “Honest Company” online retail giant Jessica Alba and activist Kerry Washington all hold her designer clutches on the red carpet.

Deborah Sawaf was born in Bombay, and after spending her formative years in India, traveled the world living in Paris, Dubai and Los Angeles studying and later channeling her passion into her collection of clutch accessories.

The Spring 2016 collection by Thalé Blanc projects an overtone of luxurious glamour, exemplifying the designer’s love for art and culture. The collection includes clutches and day bags treated with exotic skins adorned with exquisite and unique custom hardware ranging from tassels, leather knot handles, and Swarovski crystals.

The collection can be purchased in stores and online, see more information at the Thalé Blanc website.

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Nichelle Cole is the founder & editor-in-chief of The Fashion Plate magazine. A respected writer, stylist and influencer, she has been published in fashion magazines around the world.

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