GATTI - Women's Studded Leather Crossbody Bag
Exterior: Approx. 11"H x 11"W x2 "D
Interior: Approx. 10.5"H x 10.5"W (9"W at opening) x 1.5"D
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Marco Campomaggi's bags boast a style that is rugged-chic, and possess a distinctly artisanal look and feel.
His bags undergo a unique manufacturing process, where each bag is washed and dyed in its entirety after all the parts are put together - straps, lining and all. This technique (patented by Marco's Campomaggi brand) not only gives Marco's bags their vintage, weathered look, but also makes each single piece really a one-of-a-kind work of art.
The leather used is 100% Italian full-grain leather - the finest quality - and the more you wear it, the more charm and personality it acquires. The fabrics and straps are all made of 100% environmentally-friendly cotton, adding to the timelessness of Marco's bags.
Everything about Campomaggi bags exude character - from the uniquely-dyed leather and the distressed hardware to the confident designs that invite you to "come see what I'm made of".
Please note that the PATENTED TREATMENT these bags go through guarantees that no two bags are exactly alike. Because each "skin" is unique in the way it absorbs color, stretches and shrinks, each finished bag is distinct in its color, tonality, and texture. The resulting shape and size may also vary slightly.Features:
- Handmade in Italy with Italian vacchetta leather ... then distressed for that perfectly vintage look
- One main compartment with magnetic button closure
- Unique studded vertical strap accent on flap, featuring gorgeous multi-toned studs and genuine Swarovski crystals
- Cotton-lined interior with one zippered pocket, one smartphone-friendly pocket, and a metal Campomaggi logo badge
- One zippered compartment on the back (approx 6"H x 7"W)
- Leather strap with belt-buckle style adjustor (adjustable from 52"-58" long)
- Campomaggi logo badge on the back
Angelo Giuseppe Maria Gatti (1730–1798), professor of medicine at the University of Pisa. A pioneer in the fight against smallpox.