MadCow Design

Monday, July 09, 2007

Bags presently available in stock are above. The bags below are sold.






Since Dec we have not updated our doing... there has been so much stuff MadCow has been upto... there was hardly time to hit the blog... But the cows are now back in complete action .


We will start with the latest in our product collection. All the material, colors, shapes we have been playing with. A glimpse of some of them...

6 Comments:

  • We love you Blog

    By Blogger onlin4u, at 3:17 PM  

  • Dear MadCow, I came across you guys at the Big Chill Festival in Goa this year and liked your designs, and bought a bag for my wife who couldn't make it. She decided to wait for a special occasion to use it and finally did so on a trip to Malaysia recently. On the way to the airport, the bag started falling apart. Little rips appeared in the silk portions at the points they were sewn to the leather. The bag itself didn't seem to hold its shape, it kind of flopped about and quickly started looking bedraggled. We stayed a week in a resort and then were about to move on to our next hotel when she decided to cash some travellers cheques. We drove to the nearest town and waited till the office opened. They asked for her passport and it wasn't there. She started searching frantically through the bag and it just wasn't there. Fighting down panic we went back to the resort, searched through all our luggage, accused various members of the staff of taking it, lodged a police complaint, and finally went to our next destination in a foul mood. From there we called the Indian embassy to be told that it would take a week or so and numerous trips to the Embassy before a fresh passport could be issued. The mood went from foul to tearful.
    That day we visited a Ripley's Believe It Or Not outlet where there was a chair made of horseshoes which they said was lucky for anyone who sat in it. My daughter did sit, and later that evening, armed with the assurance that she was now lucky, took another look through her mother's MadCow handbag. She found the passport. It had slipped into the lining through the gaps where the silk had ripped. My wife has sworn never to use this bag again and I have thought of a slogan you could perhaps use: MadCow -- you have to be one to buy one.

    By Blogger Uttam, at 3:26 AM  

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    By Blogger Jyotika, at 5:48 AM  

  • hi! am interested in buying a bag - where and how?? please reply to jyosin@gmail.com. thanks!

    By Blogger Jyotika, at 5:49 AM  

  • hey ..where can i buy ur bags?...please gimme the details at ambikanarain2006@yahoo.co.in

    By Blogger ambika, at 5:57 AM  

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    By Blogger ambika, at 5:57 AM  

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