Actress Anne Hathaway and singer Carrie Underwood carried Jill Milan clutches to red-carpet events this week, the luxury fashion brand announced today. Jill Milan, a provider of luxury designer handbags handcrafted in Italy, said Ms. Hathaway carried the Jill Milan Holland Park Clutch in black and gold to a New York screening after party for her highly anticipated film "Les Miserables," and Ms. Underwood carried the Jill Milan Holland Park Clutch in black and silver to the CMT Artists of the Year awards in Franklin, Tenn.
"This has been a big week for Jill Milan, with two great talents carrying our bags," said Jill Fraser, co-founder and CEO of Jill Milan. "We are looking forward to seeing Anne in 'Les Miserables,' and we are so pleased Carrie chose the Holland Park Clutch for her most recent appearance. They both looked great."
Jill Milan clutches have been the choice of celebrities for a number of recent red-carpet appearances. Carrie Underwood attended last month's American Music Awards – where she again won for Favorite Country Album – with the 450 Sutter Clutch on the red carpet and the New Canaan Clutch at the ceremony. Anne Hathaway carried the 450 Sutter to premieres of "The Dark Knight Rises." Actress Rachel Nichols carried the 450 Sutter to the premiere of her movie "Alex Cross" and Eva Longoria carried the Art Deco Clutch to the "Desperate Housewives" wrap party.
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