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Ami Alexandre Mattiussi
Weekender bag

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Weekender bag in brique from AMI. This suede carry-all features two top handles, a single slit pocket in the front, tonal topstitching, and a full zipper closure. Has an unlined interior with a single slip pocket, a structured bottom with purse feet, burnished hardware, and buckled accents along the sides. Includes a removable luggage tag and shoulder strap with a buckle closure. Measures approx. 20" W x 12" L.

Designer Style ID: E13A1001WEEKENDERBAG

Farfetch ID: 10335905

Composition & Care
Leather 100%
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Designer : Ami Alexandre Mattiussi

Ami is a Parisian menswear brand founded by Alexandre Mattiussi and based on his subtle, street-savvy style. Mattiussi worked at Dior, Givenchy and Marc Jacobs before launching his own version of contemporary cool in 2011.