KEITH Celadon Bag


This KEITH handbagis in two-tone calfsking leather, celadon on one side and yellow on the other. Its originality lies in its details that enable different ways to wear it : holding it through its gold loop or with its blue rope shoulder strap. It is the bag that will go with you during all your summer nights but also in the day.

Dimensions: 16x16x6cm

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This celadon mini bag KEITH is a calfskin leather handbag two-tone. It is celadon on one side and pale pink on the other.

This celadon mini bag has a double-possibility of wear that makes it very versatile : through it golden loop or its blue rope strap. It is a unique piece that will give a very stylish look to your outfits.

It is a mini bag with unique design and graphics!

D’ESTRËE loves artists and tells them so. Thus, each collection of bags, hats or jewellery is named after painters, sculptors, performers, photographers or designers who have marked the History of Art.

Here, the designer wanted to pay tribute to Keith Haring. He is an American artist known worldwide for his pop art and urban art work. His works of art are true sources of inspiration for D’ESTRËE. Indeed, they are characterized by synthetic shapes underlined in black with bright colors, on different supports for a very modern and contemporary rendering. Thus, in addition to representing a consequent part of D’ESTRËE’s DNA, Art constitutes an endless passion for the creator since her childhood.

At D’ESTRËE, we put quality and know-how at the heart of the bag manufacturing process. Indeed, the leathers we use come from renowned Italian tanneries. Finally, our bags are assembled by renowned craftsmen by hand in Italy. Thus, we carefully follow the manufacturing circuit where every detail is patiently checked for a high quality product.

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