Celebrities Love…Olympia Le-Tan Box Clutch

This week Natalie Portman walked the red carpet carrying a Olympia Le-Tan ‘Lolita’ box clutch, following French actress Clemence Poesy carrying a Olympia Le-Tan ‘La Belle et la Bête’ box clutch to the “Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 1″ World Premiere last month.

The novel limited edition Olympia Le-Tan fabric box clutches have text embroidered onto the front with felt appliqué letters.

The clutch has a gold metal frame with clasp closure and Liberty floral fabric lining the interior.

These quirky trompe l’oeil Olympia Le-Tan’s appliqué ‘Letter’ box clutches will add an extra dimension to your look.

There are 3 different variations of the Olympia Le-Tan box clutch currently available from Browns Fashion.

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10 thoughts on “Celebrities Love…Olympia Le-Tan Box Clutch

  1. Dany

    I think it’s cute but at the same time a little silly and cheap looking. Maybe for a more casual occasion it would fit better.

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  2. meimei

    When I first saw it, I was on the fence with it. But looking at it now, I starting to really love it…too bad I can’t afford it :(

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    1. Hannah

      Completely ahree about the can’t afford it. I have loved it since I saw it and it is simply painful now. They are so beautiful it hurts!

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  3. Elly

    I LOVE these clutches, completely adore them. Original, quirky with a vague intelligent twist.

    Don’t think you should carry the clutch of a book you haven’t read though, might make you look a little silly

    but at £895 here’s hoping accessorize pick up on this soon

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    1. Emma

      Kate Spade makes a cheaper version (I think they’re called Book of the Month clutches) but they’re still several hundred USD. :( I can’t afford either, which is a shame because I’m in LOVE with the idea!

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  4. mikeijames

    not only do i love the quirkiness and unexpectedness of these bags, but i love what they stand for: there’s something downright sexy about a well-read woman.

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