AGAPE SWAN BAG
The Agape Swan Bag is a piece of masterful art. Designed as a homage to the Danish national bird; the Swan. Its elegant silhouette and full-bodied proportions are brought to life via luxurious textiles, leathers and age-old craftsmanship skills. Resulting in a soft and intricately constructed luxury bag with no visible outer seams or hardware, making it both endearingly timeless and completely modern.
For those who value their status as a connoisseur, the Swan Bag can signal a certain level of insider knowledge. Made in Denmark according to strict sustainable practices, and enjoyed clasped, cradled and tucked nonchalantly in the crook of your arm.
This special version of the Swan Bag is crafted from a unique wool featuring the iconic Kalmus flower in shimmering gold. It is specially knitted, coloured, steamed and hand sewn in Denmark. And, the lining is crafted from upcycled glove leather from our atelier. A rare and exquisite act of Agape-love indeed.
:: Handcrafted in our atelier in Randers, Denmark. Far from perfect industrial lines, each bag is carefully made by hand for you
:: The danish knitted textile features the iconic Kalmus flower in shimmering gold
:: Classic size measures approximately L:30cm x H:18cm x W:13cm
:: Classic size features 18 cm inside zipper pocket
:: Mini size measures approximately L:20cm x H:11cm x W:10cm
:: Closed with magnets
:: Personal monogram can be ordered
:: Allow 14 days for the bag to be crafted for you at our atelier
MATERIAL & CUT
:: Crafted from the finest wool textile, uniquely and specially knitted in Denmark at GOTS certified standards
:: Lined with exquisite glove-leather, offering a butter-soft touch with an astonishing world-class strength
:: Cut by hand as per centuries of glove-cutting tradition
:: Designed, crafted and built on more than 200 years of experience
:: Composition: OEKOTEX 90% wool, 10% lurex body and 100% upcycled lamb leather lining
Made with the same craftsmanship principles and methods as glove making. Only featuring soft, round edges and movements that trail the material’s natural path.