baby abag

Emma Bruschi's wool

baby abag

Emma Bruschi's wool

A linen square molded handbag embroidered with wool signed Amelie Pichard & Emma Bruschi. See more
baby abag
Emma Bruschi's wool

595,00

595,00

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    ABAG’s little brother, the BABY ABAG is a leather candy box born in 2017, with a handle.

    Made in a very limited edition each month, by a Portuguese family’s workshop, this classic piece is entirely moulded by hand through a process involving a piece of leather (or not) pressed against a wooden structure. With the help of a magnetic system, the case-shaped bag smoothly closes in one slick gesture.

    A linen square molded handbag embroidered with wool signed Amelie Pichard & Emma Bruschi, with a handle and a one adjustable strap. Interior flat pocket in linen. Fully cotton lined.

    External dimensions: 6,1 x 4,7 x 3,5’’.

    Internal dimensions: 6,1 x 4,7 x 3,5’’.

    Handle : 2,8’’

    Strap in linen : 49,2’’ (worn short), 53,1’’ (worn long).

    The wool is spun by Colette, a woman retired in Haute-Savoie, France. She collects this wool from farmers to avoid throwing it away.

    Made by hand in Portugal.

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    This baby abag made of linen and wool has been imagined and created with the French designer Emma Bruschi.

    Emma is a young designer who works with raw materials in an artisanal way between Paris, Marseille and Geneva. Emma draws inspiration from the rural and agricultural environment, the worker’s cloakroom, the fauna and flora and from all the know-how that comes with it to propose pieces combining her work as a farmer and as a designer.

    Emma Bruschi and Amelie Pichard developed three models of the iconic Baby Abag using straw, papyrus and wool.

    These materials are embroidered on raw linen by Emma herself in Geneva, thanks to the technique of embroidery of Lunéville, an embroidery with a hook on a large embroidery loom.

    The aim of this collaboration between the two creators is above all to highlight these ecological and local materials, without necessarily having to create a new material to spark novelty and modernity.

    The wool is embroidered by Colette, a retired woman in Haute-Savoie, France. She spins wool with passion, the neighbouring farmers their surplus of wool that they don’t use.She can spin anything she can, even some dog hairs for a special order from a customer !
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