Stephany Childers spends her days in her studio designing and creating high quality handbags for the discerning fashionista. Once you have owned one, well- it can become an addiction. If I could afford it, I would have many more. All women should have at least one.
Dedication to the environment and the west coast culture of recycling, Rebyc Handbags bags are made from materials secured from estate sales with leather chosen by hand by Stephany.
She uses quilts, coats, tapestries, throws, and whatever fabric she finds that catches her notice and sparks a design creation in her mind. After cleaning her choices, she decides if they are good enough to be part of a Rebyc Handbag.
The prices range from under 100 dollars for small clutch bags to over 300 hundred for the largest. I own a large Josephine which works wonderfully as an overnight bag, a computer tote, or a catch-all to place my smaller purse and books in and a smaller mini-Bronte. I use my Bronte tote as a daily purse. I enjoy the constant smell of leather close at hand (or shoulder).
The sturdiness, the fine stitching and the accents which include studs and tassels have to be seen to be appreciated. Designs are created one at time and are unique. There are no two the same. Most have colorful linings and ample pockets for stuff navigation.
With her little dog Lucy running around the studio, Stephany spends her time In Oregon doing what she loves surrounded by the people she loves.
Each of her handbags styles are given names mostly chosen from nineteenth century literature, names like LuAnn, Agatha, Bronte, and Josephine.
Since I have moved east from Oregon, I miss the weekend field trips to the estate sales and antique shops around Eugene, Florence, and Roseburg where my most creative friend and I leisurely browsed for pretty treasures to transform into women’s proud accessories.
The brand name Rebyc originated with a childhood nickname given to Stephany by her father. He also made the stamp for her which she uses to brand each of her bags with her design logo.
Add color and style to your wardrobe and impress your friends with a Rebyc creation to carry your necessities or hobbies. Stephany is constantly creating new bags so keep a close eye on her little store. Find Rebyc Handbags at arebycdesign.etsy.com.