They may be small, but they sure are mighty. Covered in crystals and shiny metal, these Judith Leiber statement bags pack a big punch when paired with any outfit. Whether working them into your 9-to-5 wardrobe or rocking them on nights out, each celeb-loved piece is more versatile than it seems. Below, our fashion editor Nicole Andrew shows you how to style them for any occasion.

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Desk-to-Dinner
“Drop this metallic, go-with-anything number in your work tote, and you’re ready to transition from desk to dinner in no time. Just lose the blazer and throw on a pair of strappy sandals.”

Summer Weddings
“If your agenda is full of save-the-dates for summer weddings, let this multicolored clutch be your go-to accessory – it’s guaranteed to work with all of your dresses.”

Night Out
“Pair this clutch with leather leggings and a colorblocked top for a night out, and you’re sure to turn heads.”

Our Judith Leiber Boutique opens Monday, July 28, at 11AM ET.

By Brianna Lapolla, Staff Writer

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July 28, 2014

AN INTERVIEW WITH LUCY SYKES RELLIE, FASHION DIRECTOR OF JUDITH LEIBER

Judith LeiberLucy Sykes Rellie is a fixture of modern New York City society and a paragon of chic. Having made her distinctive mark on the fashion fronts of Bazaar, Town & Country, Vogue, and Allure, this designer darling (also a designer in her own right) has an impeccable eye for bringing couture elements to life in a wholly fresh, original way. It’s no wonder then that she has become the fashion director for Judith Leiber – the master of all things luxe, whose delicious indulgences she views as a key part of her personal style file.

Rue La La: What’s a surprising look to create with a Judith Leiber handbag this year?
LSR: Dressing your Judith Leiber down not up. Karl Lagerfeld once said, “Jeans and a white T-shirt can look couture.” Even more so when you add the twist of something decadent, decorated – something more obviously at home in a dressed-up environment.
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