Arlington Handbag Black by LPOL
Made to Last leather handbag, handmade in England
A compact, refined and beautifully proportioned double compartment saddle-style handbag. Shaped on a vintage classic. Minimally styled with sculptural curves and layers. Made by hand in England from top grade Italian vegetable tanned leather. Features two brass trigger rings which allow you to remove the shoulder strap for packing away, or to interchange with your other favourite LPOL shoulder strap.
• Crafted from vegetable tanned leather
• Unlined to achieve minimalist luxury
• Rear slip pocket for everyday convenience
• Adjustable shoulder strap
• Designed and handmade in Kent, England
• Protect and restore using natural beeswax
Dimensions- 23w x 19h x 9d (cm)
LPOL (formerly known as Lost Property of London) is an independent sustainable design brand founded in London in 2009. They are dedicated and passionate about designing and crafting sustainable and ethically-minded leather and upcycled handbags, totes, rucksacks, work bags and small gifts.
Katy, one of the founders of LPOL, primary focus is on using superior quality natural materials and reclaimed fabric sourced locally in the UK and Europe. From the outset, it was made clear that production of every product had to be in the UK, to help support and revive local craft skills and to keep transportation and emissions to a minimum. Katy visioned and pioneered a circular, zero-waste production method in both the East London and Kent workshops whereby all material waste and offcuts are retained and used to produce limited edition products, small goods, one-off gifts and artist collaborations. Now, LPOL work continuously to make production more sustainable, more efficient, lower-impact and even more local. LPOL’s design philosophy is evident in the finished product; clean lines and strong minimalist form that delivers essential everyday functionality. They design their collections to last beyond the latest trends, to last for a lifetime. LPOL passionately believe that they can help change the perception of luxury – one that is not defined by brand name or logo, and instead one that is defined by a set of values personified by products of integrity and enduring style.