GRACESHIP, located in Butchertown Market, is a chic computer bag brand exclusively for women. Emily Gimmel former TV journalist, and now entrepreneur came up with this idea while traveling from Las Vegas to Louisville, to tape the docudrama, Southern Belles: Louisville.
The bags are eco-friendly and come in three styles, London, New York and Chicago, all representing the style of the city they are named after. Each bag holds up to a 15.4” laptop or tablet, and all essentials making it the “computer purse."
London is for the bohemian chic girl, who loves to shop on Bardstown Road.
New York is very classy and simple, a necessity for a woman taking on the central business district.
Chicago is a casual and durable, ensuring you will look fashionable at work or attending a concert at Waterfront Park.
GRACESHIP sells on their website: www.thegraceship.com, major online retailers, luggage stores from New Mexico to Pennsylvania and locally the bags are sold at Work the Metal.
Now through October 15, GRACESHIP is offering Louisville.com readers a 15% discount with the promo code: LOU15.
Photo Sources: thegraceship.com
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