RUDOLF Yellow Red Bag

780,00

In this graphic bag, the « bucket » shape meets the aesthetically pleasing. Its ajustable shoulder strap invites one into practicality with two carrying options.

This yellow red leather bag is made in Italy from grained calf leather. In this graphic bag the “bucket” shape blends with the aesthetic. Indeed, its adjustable shoulder strap invites to practice with two carrying options.

This yellow red leather bag is practical and offbeat thanks to the combination of colours, the signature of D’ESTRËE.

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.

With this yellow leather bag, the designer wanted to salute the memory of the designer Rudolf Stingel, a renowned American artist who challenged contemporary notions about painting and who greatly inspired our designer Géraldine.

“I grew up among art catalogues and was fortunate enough to be moved, at a very young age, by museums and galleries all over the world. Explains Géraldine Guyot. So I developed a certain sense of colour and assemblage. Today, art occupies an important place in my life and constitutes the DNA of D’ESTRËE. »

“Your outfit can be very simple, the accessory will always give it a touch of class,” confides Géraldine. Indeed, for her, the accessory is an essential part of a day or evening outfit. Thanks to the accessory, your personality asserts itself.

At D’ESTRËE, quality and know-how are 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 monitored for a high quality product.

D’ESTRËE offers other day bags: click here for more!

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