Founded in New York City in 1931 by Herbert Bienen and Edwin Davis, Bienen Davis merged American design with Italian craftsmanship and soon found their bags on the sets of movies and televisions shows, worn by some of Hollywood’s most iconic stars, and included in the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The revived Bienen Davis is the creation of Richard K. Bienen, the fourth generation scion of the Bienen family. Having been raised in the bag-making business with his father, Richard H. Bienen, and influenced by the design spirit of his mother, Pat Mori, a former model who worked alongside famed designer Roy Halston, Bienen was inspired to re-establish the renowned brand. Today, Bienen Davis continues to work with the same Italian artisans credited for creating their celebrated past collections.

Bienen Davis in 2019
Bienen Davis in 2019
Bienen Davis in 2018
Bienen Davis in 2018
Bienen Davis in 2018
Bienen Davis in 2017
Bienen Davis in 2017
Bienen Davis in 2002
Bienen Davis in 1983
Bienen Davis in 1983
Bienen Davis in 1982
Bienen Davis in 1979
Bienen Davis in 1977
Bienen Davis in 1977
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Bienen Davis in 1972
Bienen Davis in 1965
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Bienen Davis in 1963
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Bienen Davis in 1957
Bienen Davis in 1957
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Bienen Davis in 1955
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Bienen Davis in 1935
2019
Est. 1931