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  • Mon Purse lets you design your perfect handbag
  • Mon Purse lets you design your perfect handbag
    Vincent Tam (2012) ©
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Mon Purse lets you design your perfect handbag

Ever fallen in love with a bag from afar, only to discover that it has great chunky gold buckles that you can’t stand? Mon Purse offers you an alternative method for finding that perfect bag – create it. Will it disrupt luxury retail or would people prefer to leave designing to the professionals?

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