Fashion Brand : A History of the Most Coveted Accessories

Before you cast your vote on this year’s candidates, get to know the generation that came before them with our guide to the history of the It Bag. Both the concept of “having it all” and the objects that convey status are constantly in flux. While back in the Roaring Twenties, the flapper might have coveted a strand of pearls and the number of a reliable bootlegger; a mink coat was the ne plus ultra of the fifties matron. But

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Paper Bag

As we all know,a paper bag is a bag made out of paper. Paper bags are commonly used as shopping bags.   History In 1852 Francis Wolle, a schoolteacher, invented the first machine to mass-produce paper bags. Wolle and his brother patented the machine and founded the Union Paper Bag Company. In 1871, inventor Margaret E. Knight designed a machine that could create flat-bottomed paper bags, which could carry more than the previous envelope-style design. In 1883, Charles Stilwell patented

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Bag-in-box

In packaging, a bag-in-box or BiB is a type of container for the storage and transportation of liquids. It consists of a strong bladder (or plastic bag), usually made of several layers of metallised film or other plastics, seated inside a corrugated fiberboard box. The bag is supplied to the ‘filler’ as an empty pre made bag. The ‘filler’ then generally removes the tap, fills the bag and replaces the tap.   Moreover,the bags are available as singles for semi-automatic

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History&Mordern Bag

Around for hundreds of years,bags have been used by both men and women.Also,bags have been prevalent as far back as ancient Egypt.Many hieroglyphs depict males with bags tied around their waist. The Bible mentions pouches, especially Judas Iscariot, carrying one around, holding his personal items. In the 14th century, wary of pickpockets and thieves, many people used drawstring bags, in which to carry their money.These bags were attached to “girdles” via a long cord fastened to the waist. Women also

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