Press Release—My Life Designs and Gina Alexander have partnered to deliver custom photo bag charms to Gina Alexander customers. For photographers in the My Life Designs Professional Photographer Program who struggle with not being able to customize photo handbags, this is a great way to put your studio logo on the back of the tag, and a photo that complements the bag's image on the front. For the Professional Photographer Program, the bag tag is $38 for a one-sided tag, $48 two-sided. Your customers can not only add a new photo to their bag, but collect and carry various photos with their custom photo bag.
Designed by My Life Designs and sold under the Gina Alexander brand, the new photo bag charm uses My Life Designs proprietary manufacturing process to preserve the photo and makes it resistant to water and sunlight, enabling it to last for generations. The charm is made of solid pewter, measuring 2x1.5 inches, and attaches to any bag with a black grosgrain ribbon.
In May, My Life Designs will introduce two new belt buckle styles. One is a rectangular shape with rounded corners ($70 retail), and the other is a rhinestone square ribbon buckle (pictured, click for large view).
"My Life Designs and its products are known for the highest quality and the latest designs, which is a perfect match for our products," says Alex Aquino, president of Gina Alexander, Inc. "Their experience in design and manufacturing makes My Life Designs the perfect partner to make photo bag charms for our customers." Gina Alexander products are among the most desirable custom handbags in Hollywood, offering a wide range of designs from Monet to any unique photo that a customer may choose.
"Gina Alexander products and the company's entire product line stand out among custom photo bags in our industry," says Kimbra Orr, founder and owner of My Life Designs. "Gina Alexander consistently produces products that lead in fashion and style and are desirable for everyone from celebrities to proud moms everywhere who want to make a unique fashion statement."