You might say Jessie Randall started her accessories line for selfish reasons: the designer couldn’t find shoes that she truly loved. Rather than settle for second best, she launched Loeffler Randall with her husband Brian Murphy in 2004. Brimming with modern silhouettes (think sleek, just slightly pointy boots, lace-up ballet flats, and streamlined knapsacks) with playful, supremely special details (wavy straps, leopard print, mirrored finishes), the Loeffler Randall handbag and footwear collection always manages to have that one piece (usually more) you didn’t know you needed.
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