Legacy Small Satchel

Botkier
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Legacy Small Satchel

$295
$149 Gilt
Color:
black/white
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Description
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Small satchel

  • Leather
  • Double rolled top handles
  • Exterior front pocket with flap opening and turnlock closure
  • Exterior zip pocket at one side and zip accent with two small zip pockets at opposite side
  • Four metal feet at base
  • Wrap-around leather strap stud accents
  • Fabric lined interior with one zipper pocket, one slip pocket, one pen pocket and chain with lobster claw closure
  • Zip top closure

Measurements: Body length 17", height 9¾", width 4½", drop handle 7¾", strap drop "

Material: Leather

Brand: Botkier

Origin: Imported

Finding the perfect carryall is easy once you check out this stylish mix. You’ll find everything from convertible satchels and quilted leather totes to slouchy hobos and bejeweled envelope clutches from a covetable list of designer names, including Isabella Fiore, Christopher Kon, and Badgley Mischka.

Downtown NYC edge defines Monica Botkier's luxurious collection of designer handbags and rebel-chic women's footwear. A native New Yorker and photographer by trade, Botkier derives inspiration for her leather totes, hobo bags, satchels, and seductive boots and shoes from the sights and sounds of Manhattan, in rich shades like burgundy, emerald and wine. Styles like the Trigger — a metallic Italian cowhide crossbody bag — and the Valentina, available as either a shoulder bag or a satchel, feature roomy interior pockets and just the right amount of decorative metal hardware. Botkier's celebrity fans include Blake Lively and Angelina Jolie: two women who bring out the bad-girl wannabe in more than a few of us. But Botkier's more about doing good than being bad, designing pieces to benefit arts and children's charities. Though she shifted her career focus in 2003 from photography to fashion and accessories design, Botkier still shoots all her ad campaigns herself.