About the Brand
Edie Parker is a modern accessories label with an inherent sense of irreverence and wit. The brand evolved out of designer and founder, Brett Heyman’s love of mid-century style. The post-war period of design innovation in America inspires Edie Parker in its use of materials and also in the way product is made.
Since the brand’s inception, Edie Parker has produced versatile accessories that make a statement. The brand has become known for disrupting the evening bag category with its unexpected use of material and bold color. The bespoke program launched a couple years later allowing customers the ability to personalize their clutches by selecting the shape, color, clasp, and font. The program was well received by celebrities and influencers alike.
The line launched at Barneys New York and is now carried in over 100 outlets worldwide including Moda Operandi, Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman and Saks Fifth Avenue.
About the Founder
Brett Heyman resides in New York City with her husband and three children. The brand is named after her eight year old daughter Edie Parker Heyman. Prior to the brand’s debut, she served as the Director of Public Relations at Gucci.
Brett is a decent folk guitarist and finds every excuse to go antiquing. She is an avid collector of art, as well as vintage jewelry and handbags. She began treasure hunting for clutches while growing up in LA and has amassed more then 100 evening bags from the 1950’s and 1960’s. When she could no longer find bags from this era at vintage or second-hand shops, Brett began researching the original fabrication techniques and long lost designers. When Brett found there was no manufacturer left from that time, she decided to remake the vintage handbags she collected for a new generation.
About the Brand