Cross Body Bag - Write
The Flap Bag design of my Write cross body bag was born over 50 years ago. The architecture of the bag offers a number of good uses. It can be used to carry all those day to day things tourists need - guides, maps, identity docs, a tablet, mobile phone, re-embarkation boarding papers and so on and so on. Just as a pilot needed a large rectangular bag to hold flight papers so we tourists can benefit a cross body rectangular bag with a secure flap to hold what we need to direct us on our excursions.
Another use is for creative people – writers, artists, designers, journal keepers, makers of beautiful things, we all need a bag to house our special bits and pieces – coloured pens, brushes, paint boxes, sketch pads, tablet, mobile phone and so on with hands free to carry easels and so on. Even for children the bag can serve as a useful place to keep similar of things for those endless journeys and away times.
And lastly, empty out all the papers and detach the body strap in the evening and you have a very pretty version of what was first created by an eminent designer as an evening bag.
It is made from a waterproof synthetic canvass feel material as you would expect of an artist, on a rigid structure with a leather handle. Across the back of the bag is a tight open pocket suitable for the currently in-use paper. The cream lined interior has two open pockets plus a single zip pocket. The broad (1.25”) cross body strap (which has a drop of 28” or 70 cm from the shoulder - max) is easily adjustable and detachable. Its dimensions are 11" (L 27 cm) x 4" (W 10.5 cm) x 8" (H 20 cm) and it weighs 16 Oz or 460 gm.
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All image reproduction rights to this limited edition bag belong to the artist, Corina Stupu Thomas