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New Obsession: K. Kiechel Handbags Nail It For Spring

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    We're on a mission to find that perfect new bag for spring — which means constant searching for the can-go-with-everything, take-everywhere carryall. Sound familiar? Getting dangerously close to the perfect find, we've discovered K. Kiechel's extremely versatile and chic collection. Classic shapes combine with a clean, minimal "twisted ring" logo in the on-trend, understated accessories that have the power to make any subway passerby do a double-take.

    Katie Kiechel, an alum of Reed Krakoff and Kate Spade, has created a collection that doesn't just speak to one specific woman — we love that each bag has such wide appeal to compliment a range of personal styles. From the everyday shoulder Chic-Y Chic-Y Bag, to the functional Bicycle Thief Crossbody, and (our personal favorite) the pyramid-shaped pouch, Collectioneuse, we can save our energy from all the scouring and finally narrow it down to a bag that gives us everything want.

    Find K. Kiechel at select boutiques around the U.S., and for special order available online.

    Photo: Courtesy of K. Kiechel
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