How do the entire above tie together? at the recent NYIGF here in New York an introduction from Trish Sweeney VP Sales & Marketing while demonstrating this very solid no hassle purse hook telling a story of how Meike Groppel-Wegener of Clipa Germany learnt that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II who is seldom seen without a handbag, according to their sources carries a meat hook (bound to be a small clean meat hook) in her handbag, so that she can hang her very expensive handbags off of a table rather than place them on the floor.
So Clipa Germany being the handbag hangers that they are, sent Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II one of theirs, and to their surprise they received a letter from Buckingham Palace, not from Queen Elizabeth but from one of her ladies in waiting, thanking Clipa for the gift.
Now getting that photo of Queen Elizabeth hanging her handbag up might be more difficult, but the fact that they acknowledge the item which obviously is something that the Queen had not quite found, shows that even a Queen is grateful when someone sends the smallest of items to help out with one of their fashion problems.
Handbag hangers have been around since the 1940’s. Hard to find for today’s larger bags other handbag hangers often do not hold the handbag weight and their contents, also the odd shape of previous handbag hangers are not as smooth as Clipas whose angled arm has greater surface contact. The Clipa is a little different, a circular design that is lab tested to hold 45 lbs, machine tested to last 10 years, made in the USA.
The Clipa has 18 finishes to choose from with non-slip grips are on both ends which eliminates twisting and figuring out which way to turn an hook it to the table top, it is an ideal item for a salon or spa for clients to use in the treatment room so that their handbag does not rest on the floor, as well as an item to add to their retail sales area.
Trish had a selection of Clipas on her wrist, they looked like simple understated bangles, she commented that there were many users who just wear the Clipa on their wrist and then simply switch it to hang their handbag. Now with the addition of the Swarovski crystals they have added a stylish twist to the standard Clipa.
For a salons and spas taking care of your clients personal items, such as their treasured handbags, they will thank you for going the extra mile and thinking of these types of solutions for them. All the Clipa designs can be found in New York at Random Accessories, 77 East 4th St. New York, NY 10003.