Minimalism has never really been my forte, but “go with baggage” to a soirée didn’t fit my vision of a classy appearance either.
After a desperate search and quite some money spent on different types of clutches, I decided to create my own prototype.
The ideal clutch had to be many things: big enough to carry all the belongings I estimate essential for a night out without looking petulant once filled up, small enough to be called clutch, soft enough to lie naturally in my hand without losing its shape and above all I was looking for something really unique, reflecting my mood of a night out.
Convinced that my new little project was close to perfection, I took it to “the” crash test: a wedding.
Well, it survived but at the end of the night an appointment for some plastic surgery was more than necessary; in fact this early field experiment led to a complete revision of my future little fellow.
Thus reshaped and equipped with new features, my clutch could finally go couture.
The concept “the clutch goes couture” is based on two simple but irrevocable facts: only the finest materials are good enough to dress it up - I am working with luxurious haute couture and designer fabrics, as well as the finest Italian double face wool fabrics for its inner beauty - and each clutch is one of a kind