This version of Anna Club combines heavy metal glam with the elegance of jet black leather. Clean lines and the perfect size to fit your back or shoulder. Gorgeous dragon scale embellished suede and silky smooth Italian lambskin gives an upscale edge to any outfit. Leather top handles allow you to easily carry your Anna in hand. Top handles neatly tuck inside when you don't want to see them.
- Dragon scale embellished suede front
- Smooth lambskin back
- Hand engraved Town & Shore logo on back
- Reinforced corners
- Silver toned hardware
- Leather draw-cord closure
- Leather top handles with six inch drop
- Dragon tattoo themed lining
- Internal open pocket
- Internal zip pocket
- Serialized label signed by designer
- 18" height x 14" width x 3" depth
- Handcrafted in Wilmington Delaware by designer Liv McClintock
- About the Artisan
Designer Liv McClintock is a self-taught leather craftswoman who lives and works in Delaware's Pike Creek Valley. Born in Rehoboth Delaware, Liv is a native to Delaware's eastern shore and the busy Mid-Atlantic corridor. As an artisan she seeks to join the art of handcrafted leather-work with contemporary design.
Liv spent many summers of her youth rotating between New York, Philadelphia, Wilmington and Rehoboth, Delaware. Town and Shore is designed to capture the essence of fine living on the Mid-Atlantic coast. The collection is inspired by the spirit of its cosmopolitan cities, historic beach towns and vibrant flora of its South. The aesthetic of each collection celebrates the diversity of city to seashore lifestyles.
Each piece is created from Liv's personally curated collection of leather hides, natural fiber fabrics and handcrafted one at a time by the designer in her Delaware atelier. A process that involves the skillful use of needle, awl and thread. An avid supporter of the slow fashion movement Liv creates a range of products that including handbags, shoes, apparel and home goods. Each item is purposely designed to be part of a limited edition group that celebrates the nautical, equestrian and botanical history of the region.
As an entrepreneur she seeks to keep the small batch production of her products in Wilmington, Delaware and add to its growing pool of local artisans and unique shops.