Henry Holland has unveiled his first ever collection of handbags which will be available to buy from August 25.
Henry Holland has unveiled his debut collection of handbags.
The British-born fashion designer has released shots of his attention-grabbing range of backpacks, fluffy clutches and hip bags which are set to go on sale from his website on August 25.
Each item also comes with it's own decorative poodle or fruit charms.
The collection has been unveiled just in time for the 31-year-old designer's show at this year's London Fashion week which will be held at Somerset House next month.
Meanwhile, Henry who is known for his vibrant and eye-catching designs, recently spoke out in defence of US Vogue Editor Anna Wintour following her controversial decision to feature Kanye West and Kim Kardashian on the April cover of the fashion bible.
He said in an interview with Yahoo! Lifestyle UK: ''Everyone needs to chill out. I don't see the big deal. I think it's fine. I thought Anna's Editor's Letter was really good as well. She addressed the rumour, saying, 'I didn't put her on the cover because people asked me to.'
''She stood by her decision. She was like, 'These people are on the cover because they deserve to be there.' They're driving popular culture around the world right now - and that is a good statement to make.''
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