Custom clutches created for celebrity clients aren’t a new trend. Designers often create these statement pieces embellished with a name — either a first name, surname, monogram or nickname. But, when Jaime King was spotted with her own customized clutch on the red carpet, we found ourselves scratching out heads.
Jaime showed off her unique clutch on the red carpet of the “God vs. Trump” premiere in Hollywood.
Jaime King at the premiere of “God vs. Trump” in Hollywood on November 7, 2016
The actress wore a pair of Soebedar “Shania” pumps in silver
Jaime’s last name is King so we had to pause and take another look at the name on her clutch, thinking it might be a play on some medieval wording. As it turns out, no last name mix-up took place. Jaime’s clutch was identified as the Edie Parker “Flavia,” which was intentionally designed with the word “Knight” on it.
The actress wore a light blue lace dress and a pair of Soebedar “Shania” pumps to complete her outfit.
No mistake here: Jaime was pictured with her Edie Parker “Flavia” clutch that bore the word “Knight”
Jaime is a picture of elegance in a light blue lace dress
In the documentary “God vs. Trump,” director Martin Dunkerton travels around the world to ask psychics what they think of President-elect Donald Trump. Jaime didn’t seem to think one way or another about the film. Her social media sites were devoid of any posts about the flick.
She did, however, call for more love and less hate, despite her obvious disappointment in the presidential election outcome.
Jaime’s “Shania” pumps are not available online but do check out the similar Christian Louboutin “Follies Strass” at Barneys New York.
Christian Louboutin “Follies Strass” Mesh Pumps, $1,195 at Barneys New York
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