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Studio Scout: Gryson

If there's one thing Joy Gryson knows well, it's handbags. In addition to being the design force behind some of Marc Jacobs' bestselling carryalls from the early 2000s, she's also worked for Coach and Calvin Klein.

It wasn't until 2006 that Joy launched her own namesake collection of luxe leather bags, which soon became so popular that Target tapped the designer to do a capsule collection. She's also got a contemporary collection, Olivia Harris by Joy Gryson, which she named after her daughter.

Joy recently invited me to her showroom to play around with some new spring styles from her collection and chat about her label. Click through the images below to peep the latest Gryson styles and Joy's spring inspiration board—you can even shop the bags straight from the slideshow.

"With their pebbled texture, these green bags reflect the islands' colorful sand. And at the hotel we were staying at in St. Barts, there was a little white hut outside the resort that had this green patinaed door—so the coloration you see here is heavily inspired by that, too."

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