UK Made Luxury Leather Bags It’s In the Bucket – steven harkin leather bags

It’s In the Bucket

Design and stories handbag design London Shoreditch

The Bucket Bag: Heather

Bucket bags by Steven Harkin

 

What our customers say:

“I love this bucket bag! It’s structured and modern. It maintains its shape extremely well. The magnetic closure is unique and very functional. The long leather strap has many different holes, so it is easily adjustable for women of different heights.

It takes everything I need but not too much, so I always find everything!”  Nicola K., London.

 

Dragana Perisic, our place in Shoreditch

While we are setting up in Australia, you can purchase the Heather bucket bag in London, readily available in orange, peanut butter or black with studs at Dragana Perisic Indie Shop.

 

Dragana Perisic London

 

 

Dragana designs and makes amazing clothes. We are good friends and I am over the moon to introduce her to you. Watch a video about her and her creations here.

 

 

Roomy enough to fit in all you need for a light day – I am talking phone, wallet, specs, purse and lipstick and a little bit more – it’s a great choice if you are lucky to have tickets for Wimbledon.  In fact, it perfectly fits Wimbledon’s ideal bag description: “If you need to bring a bag select one that measures no more than 16” x 12” x 12” (40cm x 30cm x 30cm) and has as few compartments as possible. Wheeled bags are strongly discouraged. One bag per person.” Find out more on Planning Your Day at Wimbledon here.

       The Heather Bucket:

  • Dimensions: H29 W28 d12         Shoulder strap: 60 cm x 2

  • Safe hidden magnetic catch in the flap

  • Long shoulder strap with adjustable silver buckle

  • Inside zip pocket and key ring

  • Range of silver colour studs on both sides

  • Handmade by Steven Harkin

  • 100% leather

Buy it now, have it now, at Dragana Perisic – 51 Red Church Street – Shoreditch, London or order it in the colour of your choice for delivery in July/August.

 

 

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