Serpui's toast Leona bag perfectly combines functionality with craftsmanship. It's crafted with gleaming gold-tone metal hardware to outline the elegant, retro-inspired silhouette. Polished bamboo handles add a touch of glamor to this intricately woven and sharply structured handbag. Carry it against equally sleek and sophisticated daytime ensembles.

FEATURES

  • Leona Toast Rattan Bag
  • Bamboo top handles
  • Detachable leather shoulder strap
  • Top tuck-in flap with magnetic closure
  • Expandable sides
  • Internal patch pocket
  • Lined
  • Imported

Shown here with: Marc Cain Top, Kenneth Jay Lane Earrings, Pono by Joan Goodman Bracelet, Pono by Joan Goodman Bracelet

MATERIAL & CARE

Product Size Measurements

  • 10" W x 7"H x 3.5"D
  • Shoulder strap drop 22"
  • Bamboo handle drop: 5"

Serpui Marie initially studied chemistry and even earned a doctorate in the subject, but could not deny her talent and ambition to become a designer. Originally inspired at a young age by the poppies and exotic flora near her home in Brazil, Serpui would use these flowers to decorate straw bags from the local markets. Now a 10-year veteran of the fashion industry, Serpui runs her own atelier in São Paulo, and is well known and respected by American fashion stylists and editors.

Serpui's toast Leona bag perfectly combines functionality with craftsmanship. It's crafted with gleaming gold-tone metal hardware to outline the elegant, retro-inspired silhouette. Polished bamboo handles add a touch of glamor to this intricately woven and sharply structured handbag. Carry it against equally sleek and sophisticated daytime ensembles.

FEATURES

  • Leona Toast Rattan Bag
  • Bamboo top handles
  • Detachable leather shoulder strap
  • Top tuck-in flap with magnetic closure
  • Expandable sides
  • Internal patch pocket
  • Lined
  • Imported

MATERIAL & CARE

Product Measurements

  • 10" W x 7"H x 3.5"D
  • Shoulder strap drop 22"
  • Bamboo handle drop: 5"

Serpui Marie initially studied chemistry and even earned a doctorate in the subject, but could not deny her talent and ambition to become a designer. Originally inspired at a young age by the poppies and exotic flora near her home in Brazil, Serpui would use these flowers to decorate straw bags from the local markets. Now a 10-year veteran of the fashion industry, Serpui runs her own atelier in São Paulo, and is well known and respected by American fashion stylists and editors.