Vere Verto Brown Mox
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It's a clutch, it's a cross-body, it's a hip pack—it's a genius piece by Los Angeles-based Vere Verto. The Mox is made from vegetable-tanned bi-product cowhides sourced in Spain from a heritage leather tannery in small village north of Madrid in the Castilla Y León region. The bag is finished with Italian antique brass-finished hardware. This bag is so multi-functional that it may be the only non-luggage bag you'll need when you travel. Like all Vere Verto products, the more the Mox ages, the better it looks—it's a piece you might own for a lifetime.
(Tuck the straps into the bag, or remove them for a quick clutch; or adjust the strap to the right rivet for your waist for a hip pack)
Sizing & Fit
12" x 8.25", strap measures up to a 22.5" drop, minimum 26" waist when formatted as a hip pack.
Los Angeles-based Vere Verto thinks that the way things stand now, women have but two options. If she wants to commute well, she must sacriﬁce style; and if she wants to look good, she must sacriﬁce comfort. Vere Verto creates leather handbags—clutches, backpacks, saddles—that bridge luxury with functionality for the day-to-night city lifestyle.
Vere Verto creates leather handbags—clutches, backpacks, saddles—that bridge luxury with functionality for the day-to-night city lifestyle. It was established when two creative forces--Paige Smith and Consuelo Chozas--came together. Their handbags are born out of Paige's experience biking around San Francisco and Consuelo's in-depth knowledge of the leather business. Paige’s design philosophy is ever-present in this handbag collection—stripped down to essentials, Vere Verto designs celebrate detail, flawless functionality and, most of all, vehement rejection of frill. Consuelo travels the world over in search of the best of the best, such as ancient tanneries in the Spanish Castilla region and boisterous metal hardware workshops in northern Italy. The combination of their skills ensures the highest quality in design, functionality and materials.