Olivia Munn Rocking Tyler Alexandra’s Edwin Clutch at the Entertainment Weekly and Women in Film Pre-Emmy Party Plus Some Background on the Designer, the Daughter of Perry Ellis

After seeing I Don’t Know How She Does It, I am completely in awe of Olivia Munn’s beauty. From her skin to her shiny black hair, I would love to learn her beauty routine, especially for Fall.

She was seen at the Entertainment Weekly and Women in Film Pre-Emmy Party in Los Angeles wearing a purple one-shoulder dress with ruffle detailing, black peep-toe sandals and a black Edwin Clutch from Tyler Alexandra. I love the pop of color and the simple black accessories.

Tyler Ellis started her line, Tyler Alexandra, last Fall with the aim of creating timeless handbags. Craftsmanship and materials are of the utmost importance when it comes to the designs: exotic skins and supple leathers, Tyler’s wingtip silhouette and classic lines. All of the pieces are handmade in Paris, giving the handbags an international flair.

It is so important to Tyler to oversee the production and to be hands-on. Meticulous attention to detail is paid and she takes time to source the materials individually, truly making them exclusive and unlike anything in the market today. Each piece is structured, calling on architectural elements and has a modernity to it that is so sophisticated, yet still totally functional.

To add even more history to Tyler’s designs, she is the daughter of one of the most world-renowned American designers of all time, Perry Ellis. He penned the Tyler Alexandra label before he passed away, truly giving each piece iconic status.

I cannot wait to see which other celebrities and “It” girls wear Tyler Alexandra this year.

Visit www.tyleralexandra.com for more information.

*Images courtesy of Getty and Tyler Alexandra.

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