Tusk Presents Spring 2010 Collection

Fresh colors combine with soft textures to create simply beautiful Accessories

Online PR News – 17-September-2009 – – New York, NY – Tusk, a New York manufacturer of fine Handbags and accessories, unveiled its Spring 2010 collection, which is inspired by all things soothing and calm. Muted tones of rose, sage, sky, ivory and mocha provide a breath of fresh air as the season of rebirth emerges and new paths are revealed. Creative details provide multi-functional alternatives, removable pouches and subtle contrast stitching, while signature pulls and new logo elements highlight an emphasis on the finest details and strong value.

Smart cross body bags, boxy satchels, shapely hobos and stylish totes come in new convertible silhouettes and generous sizes. Buttery soft Italian leathers are featured in natural and croco embossed textures, soft suedes, sleek innovative perforated leathers, metallics and rich gold accents that combine to create bags, small leather goods and travel Accessories relevant to a modern lifestyle.

“We expanded our design team for Spring 2010 and introduced a new color palette that evokes a sense of tranquility,” noted Tusk founder, Hiten Manseta. "The collection features our signature use of beautiful textures garnering a response from some that the leathers are so soft they’d like to take them to bed. We also had a strong response to our cross body bag collections last season and added some new designs that provide a touch of elegance to casual dressing.”

Tusk worked with photographer, David Bechtel, who captured the collection on location in New York City.

About Tusk
Tusk was launched in 1993 in New York City and established a strong reputation in the Accessories market. Its Fine Leather Handbags and Accessories are well-known for their integrity in design, materials and construction and are carried in fine department stores and exclusive boutiques around the world. For additional information about Tusk, contact Cindy Krikawa or Babs Advani.

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