Ava Pouch Set in Saffiano Leather - Classic Triple
STACY CHAN LONDON
Set of three Ava pouches in luxurious Italian leather with Saffiano pattern. Carry them individually, or together with our gold key ring.
- Small stone pouch ideal for coins, lipstick and travel cards.
- Medium bordeaux pouch for phone, cash and keys.
- Large navy blue pouch can be used as a chic clutch or a convenient on the go make-up bag.
- Ideal for travel to organise travel documents, passport and money.
- Logo stamped in gold foil.
- Brass hardware with gold finish.
- Includes white brushed cotton dust bag with black drawstring.
- Handmade in Florence.
Now with the option to personalise with leather monogramming - learn more here.
Dimensions: Height 14cm, Width 20cm.
Material: Genuine Italian leather, brass with gold finish
ABOUT THE DESIGNER
Originally from New York, Stacy worked for a decade in the finance industry in NYC, London and Geneva before taking the leap into the world of fashion. Her love of accessories was the foundation for her eponymous brand with the intention of creating something unique in the market.
"When I think about the designers I love, they are both the ones that have changed the way we view shape and form, and also the ones which display an elegant simplicity. I wanted to stay true to both of those ideas."
After attending the London College of Fashion and a year working closely with a manufacturer in Italy, the brand was first launched with unique evening bags. It quickly grew to include a wide range of larger handbags, and eventually other leather accessories - all underpinned by the ideals of unique, minimalist design and superior craftsmanship.
All designed in London and handmade in small factories in Italy, the brand’s handbags and accessories take unique, minimalist construction as a starting point for luxury fashion. Known for its clean lines and geometric shapes paired with bold colour, each handbag is at once classic and modern.
The brand's unique designs have been seen on British royalty, celebrities and bloggers. In addition, it has been featured in The Telegraph, The Evening Standard, Red Magazine, Good House Keeping, Harper's Bazaar Online, and various other publications.