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Top 4 Ukrainian Handbag Manufacturers

Top 4 Ukrainian Handbag Manufacturers

A nice handbag will complement any look and can completely change an outfit. That’s why it’s so important to choose the right one. Dont worry, What’s On has prepared a list of the top Ukrainian manufacturers to help you make this decision.

1. Kate Kore

Kate Kore is a Ukrainian brand of bags and accessories that create products from genuine Italian leather. There is no need to worry about the quality of these products – it will definitely be at the highest level. The main idea of ​​the brand is to create practical bags for every day, while remaining stylish. The range includes both large practical shoppers that are suitable for daily routine and clutches that are more suited for party or evening out.

Prices – large bags from 4500 UAH, small from 3600

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  1. Bagllet

These bags are also made of genuine leather and handmade. You can choose the model and color on the official Bagllet website. Available colours include: retro red, green, gray, blue, brown, black, red. In addition, the company sews backpacks, belts, and wallets. Bagllet accepts individual orders. Production time – up to 14 days.

Prices – 1500 – 2700 UAH

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  1. Kachorovska

Ukrainian brand Kachorovska produces shoes, bags and custom tailoring. Each handbag surprises with its elegance and perfection. The collection uses mainly nude, black and red colors.

Prices – 1800-3500 UAH.

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  1. Unique U 

Unique U bags are distinguished not by the shape, but by expressive details. First, you choose one of the models of a bag, backpack or clutch, and then the design. You can decorate Unique U products with national motives, abstract patterns, images of fruits and vegetables, or other fabulous images. Everything is handmade out of genuine leather and suede. Idea generator – Ukrainian designer Elena Yudkevich.

Prices – 3400-4500 UAH

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