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Margaret Howell's investment bags

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Looking for the perfect investment handbag which is just as practical as it is stylish? English designer Margaret Howell, the queen of laid-back effortless style, has helped us out on the quest by designing a limited edition range of utterly classic red and black leather satchels, the minimalist answer to the statement handbag

Even better, the satchels are made in England with locally sourced bridle leather which will age with character, giving your bag a unique spin year after year. Classics improve with age after all!

Don’t live in London? Fear not - the timeless accessories are available to buy in all stores across the UK, each with its own unique numerical stamp. Add a touch of sophistication to casual separates this winter and wear across the body as the perfect accent to any outfit, from denim jeans to this season’s camel coat.

Stylist can't decide whether to go for the small delicate version or the larger and more practical; we might just have to buy both!

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