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Delaroq

Troisieme Tote

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Description

Troisieme refers to the three compartments provided by the triple gusset construction and is a nod to the Third arrondissement in Paris that served as inspiration for the collection.

Expandable accordion gusset with three main compartments and two secure zip compartments help to organize essentials as well as valuables.  The compartments are shallow or expand the shape depending on how much it is filled.  Thoughtfully inscribed numbers are heat embossed to indicate first, second or third compartment.

The traditional Italian tanned box calf style leather is smooth and has a semi sheen finish.

  • Pitch Black, Shroom, Bisque
  •  Dimensions:
    • 23cm x 27cm x 5cm and approximately 12 cm when fully expanded
    • 9″ x 10 5/8″ x 2″ and approximately  4 3/4″ when fully expanded
    • Crossbody strap measures at 45cm or 17.75″ at the middle hole.  This measurement is shorter than most standard crossbody straps and is meant to be worn closer to the body.  Double handle drop measures at 10 cm or 4″
  • Weight of bag is 1lb 3oz or 600 grams
  • Faille lined interior
  • Comes with a Gift with purchase cotton tote that can double as a dust bag

Delaroq is a line of handbags and accessories that was founded on a philosophy to reduce and simplify.  The products boast luxury level savoire faire and bespoke details which are rooted in creativity and sustainability.  Delaroq regards authenticity as a main value within design, production and communication.

West Coast raised and NYC based designer Jennifer Lyu envisioned a handbag and accessories collection that upholds a clear visual language while supporting environmentally responsible design.  Equal parts dreamer and doer, Lyu brings to this project considerable experience from design roles at Louis Vuitton, Prada and 3.1 Phillip Lim.  She conceived a brand strategy that allows meticulously crafted, unique designs with a purposeful manufacturing process.  Lyu finds inspiration for her designs based on an upcycling concept using materials made available to her.  As most of the raw materials used for Delaroq are excess or stocked items, the products are considered limited edition pieces.