Designer | Yanique Moore
warovski nominated Handbag Designer, Yanique Moore was honored Top 5 internationally by InStyle Magazine at the Independent Handbag Designer Awards. Yanique Moore combines her sculptural art background with whimsical concepts creating fashion accessories with wit and a refined kitsch aesthetic.
“Our handbags are distinctly global and redefine Americana. We design value-centered, trend-focused and lifestyle luxury handbags that intertwine the downtown sophisticate and cultured global citizen with a stylish celebration of charm through yesteryears heroines.”
Honored as BET’s Hottest on Capitol Hill, Yanique “brings Hollywood glamour to Capitol Hill keeping the women fly with an assortment of handbags, jewelry and accessories.” New York fashion icon, Henri Bendel tapped Yanique as “The New & The Next” a young accessory talent sourced from their annual Open See, retailing her top-selling jewelry in stores nationwide.
@YaniqueMoore is a native Washingtonian creating a new standard for #LoveinaHandbag. Yanique designs Ollie Quinn; contemporary lifestyle handbags and the forward-focused street collection; inkedbyYanique. She is the Founder and Creative Director of 1800Love&Company Fashion Accessories. Through 1800Love&Co., Yanique is committed to celebrating her customer’s passions and does so through licensed product and private label development in Collegiate, Sports and Tourist markets.
Yanique Moore has been featured in Accessories Magazine, CBS News Eye On New York, MSNBC, CapitalFile Magazine, Ebony Magazine, JET Magazine, Washington Life, The Washington Post and in Washington’s Talk Radio community.
Yanique is proud that her company and various handbag designs support multiple women’s initiatives, organizations and their respective philanthropic efforts.
Yanique began her pursuit of design in 2005 while earning her BA in ART from Spelman College. Currently, she teaches Fashion Design (Product/Industrial), Visual Communication Digital Media Arts (VCDMA) at Bowie State University and serves as a lecturer for emerging fashion designers.
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