Inspired by today’s modern feminism, MOFÉ understands how far women have come to be where they are today. Not only have they attained the success of their human counterpart, but women have and continue to change the world in significant ways. MOFÉ recognizes this and its bags are here to represent today’s passionate, resilient, and smart women in a fashionable way.
Our logo parallels the infinity symbol, embodying the notion of no boundaries or limitations. It sits on MOFÉ bags to be a constant reminder that we can achieve anything we set our minds to, despite the hurdles we must overcome.
MOFÉ bags are each specially handcrafted with genuine leather. We focus on what we call the “3S’s” to create bags for the modern-day woman.
- STYLE -
Exuding a modern yet chic sophistication that enhances an outfit and endures the test of time.
- SHAPE -
Complementing the woman's figure with feminine silhouettes, flattering dimensions and subtle curve appeal.
- STRUCTURE -
Providing convenience and comfort in carrying and accessing personal effects.
Attorney turned designer, Linda Park, was influenced by her own story in creating MOFÉ and designing its bags. She saw a void in the market for fashionable yet practical "work" bags and decided to evolve her love of handbags into designs suitable for work yet fashionable for play. But she didn't stop there... Linda fell in love with the design process and expanded her line to appeal to a variety of women. She envisions her bags to represent something of greater significance – a reminder to women that we, as a whole, have come a long way, and that we, as individuals, can achieve our own perceptions of success. Her own experience with the challenges in transitioning careers inspired this thought, and it has been the motivating force that drives her to achieve her own perception of success – following her dreams to enable her to leave a positive mark on this world.
Linda asks: “What’s your perception of success?”
In keeping with our pursuit to empower women, MOFÉ pledges a portion of its profits to the MALALA FUND – a non-profit organization that strives to ensure the right to education for young women across the globe. For more information, see www.malala.org.