coming to Macy in Greensburg
Oct. at the Macy’s in South Hills Village on Oct. 28. Nash has been designing premium leather handbags for over 20 years while with other companies. She honed her expertise designing for a wide range of global brands from Disney to Warner Bros. to Banana Republic, Express and American Eagle. She launched Patricia Nash Designs in 2010. Oct. Oct. 28 at the Macy in South Hills Village.
There will be entertainment as well as a chance to win a Benvenuto tote in the iconic signature map print and a gift with purchase, while supplies last.
Nash has been designing premium leather handbags for over 20 years. She honed her expertise designing for a wide range of global brands from Disney to Warner Bros. to Banana Republic, Express and American Eagle. She launched Patricia Nash Designs in 2010.
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