How We Came to b
With a passion for color and design, Cinda Boomershine started her Atlanta-based interior design firm in 2002. After earning industry recognition for her fresh and functional approach, Cinda joined the cast of TBS's Movie and a Makeover as the on-air design expert for 8 years.
Running from client to client, and all places in-between, Cinda found herself searching for that perfect, everyday bag that was just as stylish and fun as it was versatile and functional. In 2004, she launched the cinda b brand.
Made in the USA
For Cinda, it was as important to produce American handbags as it was to create American jobs. Teaming up with one of the most experienced, well-known handbag sewing companies in the country, each and every cinda b product is proudly made in Fort Wayne, Indiana. One of the fastest-growing handbag, travel bag and accessory companies, cinda b combines bold unique modern prints with casual chic functionality. All products are made from the latest poly/nylon fabrics, making them durable, water-resistant and machine washable.
Cinda finds inspiration for her designs and patterns in all facets of her life, from her frequent travels to classic artists and modern fashion trends. The silhouettes for her handbags and accessories are born from her own on-the-go lifestyle. Always looking forward to next season, Cinda's search for inspiration is unending, and her unique styles, fashionable patterns and fun colorways give fresh meaning to "casual chic".
When she’s not working out of her office in Atlanta, Cinda’s greatest passion is traveling with her husband and noted artist, Mark Boomershine, and their daughter, Calypso Belle. Cinda is a self-proclaimed snowboarding and wake surfing addict and claims to do her best thinking while running. She is passionate about organizations that create awareness and empower women, and sits on several community boards including the 1873 Society Club, a junior board of the Atlanta Humane Society, Take Aim at Cancer and The Atlanta Advisory Council for the Savannah College of Art and Design. Having seen heart disease affect her grandmother and sister-in-law, Go Red For Women is Cinda’s main philanthropic focus, and the brand recently launched a partnership with the charity in February 2013.
Cinda personally designs each collection with love and care. The brand offers hundreds of style and color combinations and is available online, as well as in more than 1,000 specialty gift shops and boutiques in all 50 states.