Title:
MOODY BAG
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
A handbag is made more versatile by removably wrapping skin around the bag. When a different bag designs and colors is required, the skin can be easily remove and change with another, allowing user to change handbag designs and colors without disturbing the contents of the bag.



Inventors:
Mejia, Leonardo Amendares (HARLEYSVILLE, PA, US)
Mejia, Finina Herras (HARLEYSVILLE, PA, US)
Mejia, Lucas Leonard (HARLEYSVILLE, PA, US)
Mejia, Abigail Inna (HARLEYSVILLE, PA, US)
Application Number:
12/015286
Publication Date:
08/07/2008
Filing Date:
01/16/2008
Primary Class:
International Classes:
A45C13/08
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Primary Examiner:
COLLADO, CYNTHIA FRANCISCA
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
LEONARDO MEJIA (HARLEYSVILLE, PA, US)
Claims:
What invention claimed is:

1. A handbag system comprising; A changeable skin which act as a carrying device, said skin having two oppossite short edges, said skin having handles attached to the two opposite short edges, said skin having four corners, a first fastener half, said first fastener half is attached near to said four corners. A shell which act as pouch to accomodate articles having an open end, said shell having trapezoid shape sides, said shell having trapezoid shape face, said shell having four upper corners, a second fastener half, said second fastener half is attached near to said four upper corners. Where said skin is wrapped around the said shell so that the first fastener half engages to the second fastener half, such that the said skin can be removed from said shell by disengaging the first fastener half from the second fastener half. Wherein said skin is formed from any flexible materilas. Wherein said shell is formed from any flexible materials. Wherein said handles is formed from any flexible materials. Wherein said first fastener half and said second fastener half are selected from the group consisting of magnetized materials, buttons, zippers and velcro.

2. The skin of claim 1 comprising handles.

3. The skin of claim 1 is formed from fabric.

4. The skin of claim 1 is reversible.

5. The skin of claim 1 comprising of four corners.

6. The skin of claim 1 wherein said first fastener half comprises snap buttons.

7. The skin of claim 1 is a carrying device.

8. The shell of claim 1 is formed from fabric.

9. The shell of claim 1 comprising of four upper corners.

10. The shell of claim 1 wherein said second fastener half comprises snap buttons.

11. The shell of claim 1 wherein said shell comprises a purse.

12. The shell of claim 1 wherein said shell comprises a pouch.

13. The shell of claim 1 wherein said shell comprises a pocketbook.

Description:

PRIOR ART DESCRIPTION AND INVENTION OBJECTIVES

So many handbag system had been use to create versatile ladies handbags. U.S. Pat. Nos. 7,028,730; 3,556,187; 5,533,558; 2,627,885; 2,118,400; 2,694,427; 6,820,664; 6,186,201; 4,754,790; 3,182,701 to name a few. They've been referenced to improve and create another bag system for the benefit of fashion, versatility, ease of use, economy and so on. . .

The objective of this invention is to improve on all those categories; fashion, versatility, ease of use, simplicity, economy, easy to manufacture, you name it.

Wherein said skin is formed from any flexible materilas.

Wherein said shell is formed from any flexible materials.

Wherein said handles is formed from any flexible materials.

Wherein said first fastener half and said second fastener half are selected from the group consisting of magnetized materials, buttons, zippers and velcro.

  • 2) The skin of claim 1 comprising handles.
  • 3) The skin of claim 1 is formed from fabric.
  • 4) The skin of claim 1 is reversible.
  • 5) The skin of claim 1 comprising of four corners.
  • 6) The skin of claim 1 wherein said first fastener half comprises snap buttons.
  • 7) The skin of claim 1 is a carrying device.
  • 8) The shell of claim 1 is formed from fabric.
  • 9) The shell of claim 1 comprising of four upper corners.
  • 10) The shell of claim 1 wherein said second fastener half comprises snap buttons.
  • 11) The shell of claim 1 wherein said shell comprises a purse.
  • 12) The shell of claim 1 wherein said shell comprises a pouch.
  • 13) The shell of claim 1 wherein said shell comprises a pocketbook.

FIELD OF INVENTION

The invention herein relates to ladies handbags and a bag system, wherein a skin and a shell are put together to form a handbag and a method of changing designs, styles and colors of such handbags.

SUMMARY OF INVENTION

The invention herein consist of two main components: the skin and the shell. The skin having a pair of handle, which act as the carrying device, having first fastener half installed near each four corners will wrap around the shell. The shell which is the main bag where you put all articles, having second fastener half installed to the upper corners on each sides will engaged to the said first fastener half in order to secure the shell from moving horizontally. Different designs, shapes, colors and styles of the skin can be formed from a variety of materials to convert the bag from a user's preference; trendy to formal or formal to trendy.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DRAWINGS

FIG J illustrates a shell in accordance with the invention.

FIG K illustrates a skin in accordance with the invention.

FIG L and FIG M illustrates a handbag including a shell and skin in accordance with the invention.

FIG N illustrates a closed handbag in accordance with the invention.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION AND PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS

The invention will now be described in more detailed way in reference to the shown illustrations. It should be noted that the following embodiment descriptions are only presented by way of example and should not limit the inventive concept to any particular physical configuration.

FIG J shows shell 300 which formed by trapezoid shape sides 800a and 800b, and trapezoid shape face 700a and 700b. A set of four first fastener half 200a, 200b, 200c, 200d are attached near to each upper corner respectively.

While FIG K shows skin 600 which formed by a sheet of any flexible material with edges 500a and 500b where handle 100a and 100b are attached. A set of four second fastener half 400a, 400b, 400c, 400d are attached near the corners in such a way that skin 600 will fit perfectly to shell 300.

FIG L and FIG M shows shell 300 is laid down to the skin 600. FIG M also shows first fastener half 200 and second fastener half 400 will engage by folding up both sides of skin 600.

FIG N shows a handbag including a wrapped skin 600 around shell 300.

When a user need another handbag design, skin 600 can be easily removed from the shell 300 by disengaging first fastener half 200a, 200b, 200c, 200d from second fastener half 400a, 400b, 400c, 400d and then wrapping another skin 600 with different design or color preferred by the user to shell 300 by engaging first fastener half 200a, 200b, 200c, 200d and second fastener half 400a, 400b, 400c, 400d. In this case, no need to transfer any articles from handbag to another handbag because your only changing the skin 600. Thus, a handbag system is provided in accordance with the invention that includes a universal bag(shell) and two or more different design skins.

It should be noted that the above physical description of the present invention is not limited to this configuration only, nor limit the invention defined by the claims to any particular equivalent or combination thereof. Change in materials, design modification could be realized or developed by a person skilled in the art.