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Holly Tapestry Bucket Bag

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Holly Tapestry Bucket Bag

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This bohemian bucket by Tremouliere perfects a breezy look with weekend layers. It hails from a tiny Tours, France atelier specializing in canvas, where bags are sewn, waxed and polished by hand. Of his inspiration, designer Eric Portes says “I wanted to give an imprint of the 70s because I love this hinge period, when there was a wind of freedom, more consciousness, less egoism, and still a lot of dreams to come true.” Styles pay homage to muses Ali MacGraw and Michelle Philips, and Keith Richards. 

Details & Fit

Tremouliere Holly Tapestry Fabric and Leather Bucket Bag 

  • 2 leather handles for alternate style
  • Brass hardware 
  • Patterned velvet tapestry fabric with black calf leather
  • 8.6 inches diameter
  • 12.5 inches height
  • 19.6 inch strap drop
  • 41.3 inch strap
  • 7 inche inner zipped pocket
  • Handmade in France

 

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Meet the Designer

Designer Eric Portes of Trémoulière cites Ali McGraw as an inspiration, calling her “extremely elegant and chic, without being ostentatious”. That certainly rings true in Trémoulière’s beautiful canvas designs. Based out of Paris and Tours, the company’s exquisitely crafted bags are artisanally made in a French workshop where the fabric, leather, and other materials used are selected by hand to ensure that the product is held up to a high quality standard. Search no more, your perfect bag is here!

An Ode to Ali

Ali MacGraw, how we envy thee. You’ve stood muse to so many designers, stylists, directors, and Pinterest boards -- and continue to influence our personal wardrobe choices daily. Tremouliere’s Eric Portes shares in our adoration. In fact, the iconic American actress serves as major inspiration for the line. Portes loves how Ms. MacGraw, among others like Michelle Phillips, “were extremely elegant and chic, without being ostentatious. “I wanted to give an imprint of the 70s because I ... Read the Story