Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Get exclusive handbag designs at Halo Handbags

The bubblegum pink interior of Halo Handbags can be recognized throughout the Fashion District. The walls are lined with purses and wallets in every shape, size and color, flaunting department store names, the likes of Nicole Lee and Hananel. Style choices range from the very conservative to the very outgoing: fleur de lis, flowers, animal prints, rhinestones, studs, and designer inspired.

“What you find here, you won’t find anywhere else,” says Deivy Avila, president and founder of Halo Handbags. “We have a better selection, in terms of styles and prices.”

Halo has exclusive partnerships with handbag lines. This means even if other stores in the district carry the same brands, they won’t have the same designs. In fact, Avila is currently working on partnership with Nicole Lee, which will be available in stores by the end of May.
Halo Handbags for bebe
Halo also manufactures many of its own styles, as well as styles for national chains. Most notably, Halo partnered with bebe to manufacture the style shown at left. They have manufacturing and distributing contracts with various chain stores and handbag lines.

Avila, who grew up helping his parents sell men’s apparel in the Fashion District, knows a thing or two about handbags. His family has been doing business in the district for over 20 years, and he actually grew his business from a single handbag wall in his parent’s store. He now boasts 4 locations in the Fashion District and a new location in Montebello.

Perhaps most impressive, is that the 3-year-old handbag wholesaler, retailer, importer, and distributor, was founded in 2009, amid a national recession. Nonetheless, Halo has continued to grow. Davila reports sales have continuously gone up, so much so, he is currently looking to hire another sales associate.

The key to his success, he says, is excellent customer service and friendly, knowledgeable staff. He guarantees a good deal with a “best price” policy. Halo handbags retail from $15 to over $100 and wholesale ranges from $10 to $50. As an added benefit, wholesalers can chose from a variety of styles to meet their minimum, ideal for boutiques and smaller stores.

Insider Tip: Halo Handbags gets new inventory on a weekly basis, so merchandise is always changing.
For inquiries please contact Halo Handbags:

Visit Halo Handbags:

Sunday 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
M-Th 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Halo Handbags #1
1227 ½ Maple Alley #B (in the alley)
Los Angeles, CA

Halo Handbags #2
1016 Santee Alley
Los Angeles, CA

Halo Handbags #3
311 E. 11th St.
Los Angeles, CA

Halo Handbags #4
1137 Santee St.

Halo Handbags @Shops of Montebello
1724 Montebello Town Center
Montebello, CA

As seen on the LA Fashion District blog.

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