Hoboken Holiday Crafts Fair – M. Avery Designs

11/30/2007:

Part “11” of the 10 part series of featured vendors for the upcoming Hoboken Holiday Crafts Fair starting December 1st. How can I not mention local shop-owner Megan Avery and her handbags and laptop bags?

While she’ll have her ready-made bags for sale at the fair, read more about her shop below.

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M. Avery Designs LLC, creates & manufactures funky customized handbags, evening bags, bridal bags, laptop bags, travel bags, cosmetic bags, diaper bags, wine totes, and handbags of all shapes and sizes in the quaint Boutique & Studio in Hoboken NJ.

The bags & accessories are sold in the studio/boutique located at 266 Seventh Street (corner of Willow Ave.), online at www.maverydesigns.com, as well as at retail locations throughout the US, Europe & Asia.

M Avery Designs is best known for truly customized services, allowing clients the ability to create personalized one-of-a kind bags & accessories. At both the Hoboken store & at maverydesigns.com having an original one-of-kind is easy! Customers can design their bag to their exact specifications, including shape, fabric, and extras such as pockets, zippers, wooden handles, artwork, photos, etc. The bag will be completed and shipped direct or ready for pick up in 2-3 weeks time.

M Avery Designs always features a vast inventory of ready-made bags and accessories at the Hoboken store and online.

The M Avery Designs Studio / Boutique is open to the public Tuesday Friday from 12-8pm, Saturdays & Sundays 12-4pm, as well as weeknight & weekend evenings for private parties and classes.

M. Avery Designs Studio / Boutique allows visitors to host Design – a – Bag Parties and Make Your Own Handbag Workshop Parties. Private in-home Design-A-Handbag Parties are available in Hoboken, Jersey City & New York City areas, as well as cities nearby.

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11 Comments on "Hoboken Holiday Crafts Fair – M. Avery Designs"


MauMau
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MauMau
8 years 9 months ago

There are plenty of chat rooms and forums with topics for specific interests and predilections. Anything goes on these sites. Whoopee!
Everyone is entitled to their opinion. But this is a community centered forum.
It’s rude and immature to make derisive comments in public, on the street, out loud, directed toward a particular individual.
It should be no different on this community forum.
These girls were probably tickled to get their photo posted here.
It was a cheap shot, a low blow, immature and pathetic.

ron mexico
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ron mexico
8 years 9 months ago

The internet Dickwad Theory

Normal Person + Anonymity + Audience = Total Dickwad

Not that I’m completely immune

Katie_Scarlett
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8 years 9 months ago

[quote comment=”56174″]It’s possible he didn’t find them attractive. I’d say it’s equally possible that he or she is one of those self-centered tools who confuses “I’m allowed to have my own opinions, however brutally honest they may be” with “I’m allowed to be an a$$hole, whenever and wherever I please”.[/quote]
Actually, I think your second thought is more than likely accurate. Making fun of someone’s looks from an anonymous position behind the computer screen is pretty lame (unless we’re making fun of celebrities, I like laughing at them).

beamrider9
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beamrider9
8 years 9 months ago

It’s possible he didn’t find them attractive. I’d say it’s equally possible that he or she is one of those self-centered tools who confuses “I’m allowed to have my own opinions, however brutally honest they may be” with “I’m allowed to be an a$$hole, whenever and wherever I please”.

Katie_Scarlett
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8 years 9 months ago

While the comment wasn’t nice, isn’t it possible that the person who made it thought the girls weren’t attractive? I have to admit, I’m a girl and I’m not attracted to any girls!

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