The bags that graphic designer Anna made for herself delivered her so many compliments and requests that she decided to also make bags for others in small circulation. Every time with a different detail and every time handmade.
It began in 2004 when she fished a piece of calf leather from the trash, helped two sewing machines to the scrap heap, to eventually make –old fashioned with needle and thread– the first “saddlebag” out of it.
Her Scandinavian roots are visible in the work; honest stuff unadorned and with enough details to make you happy.
The model is unique and useful in functionality. The “Pickpocket Proof saddlebag” blurts open so as a wearer you have everything within easy reach, but pickpockets go home empty handed.
A satisfied customer: “Robust steel fasteners from the hardware store are without hesitation combined with velvety soft calfskin and unexpected colors as cherry on top.”