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The Art of Craftsmanship

Our Craftsmen
The craftsmen are the true heroes of the Anya Hindmarch story. We work with workshops in London, Italy and Spain to develop and produce our bags using the best materials and techniques possible. Many of our workshops have used the same traditional techniques for generations.

Finding the Right Materials


We work closely with our tanneries to source the best materials and many of our leathers are made especially for us. Whether we’re looking for a luxurious exotic skin or butter-soft leather, we rigorously test each material to make sure the colour and finish are exactly right.

New Technology
We work with our craftsmen to develop innovative new techniques each season. Whether it’s the process of embossing and debossing we use for the Featherweight Ebury or the heat-bonded leather squares you’ll find on the Pixel Bathurst, we’re always using emerging technology to push the boundaries of what’s possible.
Wearable Art
We believe your bag should be as beautiful as a precious piece of jewellery and use many of the same techniques you’ll find at a jewellers for our evening clutches and hardware.

A piece that we like to think of as wearable art, we use seven individual moulds to create each Crisp Packet clutch. We then hand-varnish and line each clutch in our workshop in Florence, as the irregular shape makes this impossible to do using a machine.

Light & Modern
We use several techniques to make sure our bags feel lightweight and modern, including heat-bonding the leather lining and folding the corners to avoid the need for heavy stitching.