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  • Not only that, she has completed her look by using gold minaudiere which is more like a prop than an accessory.

  • Fast becoming the "Princess of Frills", her accessories for the evening included diamond and pearl drop earrings, and a silver minaudiere purse which she soon gave to her husband to hold.

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  • We chose two silhouettes of minaudiere exclusive to KOTUR for J.Crew, in a dozen or so colors and materials.

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  • Be sure to check out the magnificent Judith Leiber Buddha minaudiere.

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  • Still, the actress Laura Benanti, who, as the over-excitable fashion model Candela, steals the show, sparkled in a borrowed white Marc Bouwer gown, Fred Leighton earrings and a Judith Leiber minaudiere in the shape of a heart.

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  • Paying homage to its handbags, Leiber encases its perfume in a crystal encrusted minaudiere ($185; neimanmarcus. com).

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  • "We wanted to continue to create our classic minaudiere bags but also expand into something that resonated with where fashion is right now."

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  • Under the direction of Robert Vignola, president and chief executive, Leiber plans to keep the loyal customers who love the brand's signature minaudiere.

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  • The Cleopatra also comes in a minaudiere version, encrusted with Austrian crystals and retailing at just under $8,000.

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  • She could be held solely responsible for the revival of the minaudiere, which has since become a favorite of socialites and red-carpet regulars. News


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