Pacha medium pouch
Dimensions: 14 x 20.5 cm
Ideal to keep your keys, wallet, phone, etc... plays evening bag at arm's length or slides easily into your tote for everyday luxury. small pocket inside
This ottoman motif is called çintamani. It mixes a pair of wavy bands alluded to tiger-stripes and 3 circles for leopard spots. Symbolic of strength and purity, it evolved into a general token of good luck.
Hand-embroidered in India
Viscose & metallic thread black silk lining
Polished brass hardware
Comes with cotton dustbag
Born in the north of Africa in the ’60s, Anne Grand-Clément studied at the famous Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Paris in the ’80s, and jet-set between France, Italy, and Morroco in the ’90s while designing for Tod’s, Cacharel and Ursule Beaugeste, her own collection of luxurious bohemian bags. In 2012, facing the growing craziness of fashion marketing and its endless demand for novelties, she decided to better focus on her passion for handmade design and started to collaborate with Indian artisans in an effort to value their crafts as well as to redefine simple sophistication. image of boys working Anne imagined a simple zip pouch, embellished with timeless patterned designs entirely embroidered by hand, with a unique know-how and the utmost attention to detail. Light and practical, mixing simplicity and rarity for every day (and night) luxury, the precious pouch became a timeless essential. Without leather and unnecessary packaging use, each pouches edition was produced per order only, to avoid unsold stock and waste of sale. image of boys working For 8 years the precious pouches were praised by iconic high-end retailers all over the globe, until the end of 2019, when Anne's workshop closed down. They are no longer produced for now. Lucky owners of an Anne Grand-Clément pouch, treasure it, and keep it forever!