10018 Garment District, New York City
It all started on the 7th Ave, where I saw a woman carrying a brown paper expandable file folder under her arm. I thought why I couldn't design an expandable clutch with my own pleats design?
The second part of the story is, while visiting Rin’s office on the 6th Avenue (She is a graphic designer for a consumer electronic company), I was intrigued by the little silver “lipstick” on her desk. "It’s a portable battery charger for your phone/tablet." What immediately came to my mind was an old conversation with Nick.
Right there, all dots were connected.
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Inspired by the humble accordion file folder, the 10018 Infinity Power Clutch is Sabrina Zeng’s signature piece. Haircalf gives texture to this rich burgundy shade. With the “Infinity” pleats on the side, this cotton sateen-lined style fits your wallet, smartphone and even an iPad. Carry it from the office to a night out. Burgundy leather (Italian haircalf), Black leather (cow nappa). Zip fastening along top. Made in New York. Size: 9 1/2"H x 12"W x 3"D. Comes with high capacity (2000mAh) lipstick-sized portable battery...
Sabrina Zeng’s sculptural “Chiaroscuro” tote is detailed with the designer's signature pleats - This is a bag has a life of its own. Perfect for off-duty days or the office, this lightweight piece is equipped with a detachable pouch to keep your essentials within easy reach. Black leather (Italian washed lamb). Fully lined in organic cotton twill. Double top handles; Open top. Size: 16"H x 18"W x 1"D. Handle drop 8". Made in New York. DESIGNER SAYS: 860100 Nyingchi, Tibet As if to Celebrate, I Discovered...
DESIGNER SAYS: 850000 Lhasa, Tibet Lhasa is famous as a city of sunshine for its sunshine of more than 3,000 hours a year. It was August, sunshine and deepened colors—blue, green, yellow and red, everywhere. Lots of walking, and we just keep going, without any planning. The power of now. The power of simplicity. I did have a plan of developing another “fancy” pleats from the trip. After coming back to New York, tried and failed different designs, I asked myself...