Tuscany Crossbody Bag
by The R Collective
Meet The R Collective's Tuscany Crossbody Bag.
Our crossbody bag is handcrafted by Italian artisans using luxury leather excess rescued in Tuscany and is designed by Italian designer-duo, Eleonora and Federica Scalia.
This multi-functional wallet and phone case with detachable straps blends luxurious, high-quality styling with responsible, modern and fresh design. Our unisex bag features a practical external patch pocket for smartphones, three internal card slots and one zip pocket for other essentials.
The adjustable and removable strap allows the bag to be worn as a crossbody handbag or used as a wallet. A perfect festive gift for your friends - or for yourself.
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