“We don’t really wear bags, we carry them, so they have this degree of independence.

In the 17th Century, small bags known as sweet purses were exquisitely crafted in unusual shapes such as frogs, while the fashionable technique of filigree was used to create elegant purses which were often exchanged as gifts between aristocrats. The ‘reticule’  – which emerged in the 19th Century and is considered the forerunner of the […]

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