1916 Satchel Messenger Bag by House of Disaster
Featuring a painterly floral design in soft pastel colours on a tan brown leatherette bag, this compact satchel can hold all of your daily essentials on the go.
With a front flap and two straps with loop and stud fastening, the bag will keep your precious items safe and secure. The main compartment contains a contemporary lining with a hot pink hand drawn grid pattern on a mid-grey background, and is large enough to hold your electronic notebook, iPad, purse or books.There is an additional front pocket with enough space for your lighter essentials such as your mobile phone or makeup, and a shoulder strap that can be adjusted to your comfort.
Finishing touches such as a hot pink suede effect tassel with gold metal bead charm, and a 1916 debossed gold metal badge add to the sophistication of the design.This item would make a great gift for fashion conscious women of all ages, including teenagers, mothers and grandmothers.
Evoking memories of an idyllic British summer scene, with rolling green hills, pastel blue skies, flowers that dance in a gentle breeze, and birds in full song, the 1916 range from Disaster Designs features a variety of stunning oil painted floral designs.
A little background history…1916 was the year the artist Vanessa Bell and her writer husband Duncan Grant moved to Charleston farmhouse near Lewes, East Sussex. Vanessa’s sister Virginia Woolf, and other artistic friends and family regularly gathered here. In doing so, the Bloomsbury set was established, creating one of Great Britain’s most influential art movements of the 20th Century.