Woman jailed for stealing 905 handbags
Designer Concealed Carry Woolstenhulmes background in art and designand later her foray into the aviation business refurbishing private jets with her husbandafforded her the appropriate business-meets-creative mentality to start the company. She also realized that if she was in the market for a stylish-yet-safe holster handbag, other women had to be out there searching for the same thing. She introduced four styles of handbags when her company began, offering various combinations of color and leather. Soon after her bags were introduced, she recognized that many people, from professional law enforcement females to regular gun owners, had been looking for the same thing she had back in 2008. (Woolstenhulme says one woman asked her, Where have you been for the last 20 years?) She insists the idea behind the company was less about promoting gun use and more about women not having to make the choice between carrying their weapon or a stylish handbag. There was now no need to compromise on style or security. Woolstenhulme says she hasnt faced any backlash.
The full write-up on which this cited segment was based upon is found at http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/10/15/concealed-carry-handbags-an-evening-bag-for-your-gun.html
Jayne Rand has been jailed for 18 months after carrying out a nationwide “campaign of shoplifting”, stealing handbags and purses worth up to 135,000. She was eventually caught at a shopping centre in Cwmbran, south Wales. Her haul, Newport Crown Court previously heard, included bags made by Mulberry, Prada, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Dior and Burberry. Rand sold some of the bags on online auction site eBay. Hywel Griffth reports.
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