Creative Director of Vogue America for Balenciaga Bag Designs


Working in famous fashion magazines seem to give a person the opportunity to become a designer. The proof, the Creative Director of American Vogue magazine reportedly involved making bags for Balenciaga.

Grace Coddington, Creative Director is the name of American Vogue magazine. He became so famous since his appearance in the documentary ‘September Issue’ which tells the story behind the making of American Vogue September 2007 issue of 840 pages thick.

Quoted from the Telegraph, women are identical to the red-colored hair Megar reportedly been designing handbags and accessories for the exclusive label of origin Paris, Balenciaga. Unfortunately, the work is only made limited Grace.

Collaboration between Coddington and Balenciaga were intended to enliven the Fashion Night Out annual event organized by Vogue magazine. Fashion Night Out event itself, aims to encourage people to support the fashion industry.

In a press release given Coddington says that the bag design comes in the form of tote bag and was named ‘Pumpkin Papier’. The name is taken from the name of the pet cat Coddington called ‘Pumpkin’.

The bag is made of canvas color orange as a pumpkin and comes with a cow skin on the sides and the handle of the bag. ‘Pumpkin Papier’ decorated by images of cats ‘Pumpkin’ who wear clothing design Nicolas Ghesquiere, Balenciaga designer. Image is a hand painting of Coddington.

Bag ‘Pumpkin Papers’ sold for U.S. $ 1,000 or approximately USD 9.4 million. In addition to handbags, Coddington also design scarf made from silk are sold around U.S. $ 395 and U.S. $ 495 or approximately, USD 3.7 million and USD 4.6 million. 20 percent of the sale of a collection of handbags and scarves will be donated to the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons.


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