Created in collaboration with Charlotte Stockdale of CHAOS FASHION, these beautifully-crafted leather stickers can be used to 'sticker up' anything - from your handbag to your laptop or notebook - to create your own personal artwork.
Item number: 5050925917803
Dimensions: H 7.5cm, W 4.5cm, D 0.5cm
Materials: Embossed capra leather
Please note: These leather stickers are designed to adhere to any flat, rigid surface and shouldn’t be removed once they have been applied. We do not recommend sticking them on curved surfaces as they are not bendable. Our handmade diamante stickers are delicate and should be handled with care. Anya Hindmarch is not liable for any damage caused by the stickers or to the stickers themselves after application.
How to care for it: We've worked closely with our craftsmen to make sure that the technique used to print leather is as durable as possible. Because the leather has a textured surface you may notice small raised dots in the printing. As will all leathers, the skin will age naturally, so we recommend storing in a protective dust bag and avoiding exposure to prolonged sunlight and chemical cleaners.
All of our products are delivered in our signature Anya Hindmarch packaging.
UK Complimentary Express Service, 1-2 business days Delivered between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday
International Europe & USA: 3-5 business days Other countries: up to 7 business days Delivery, duties and taxes are calculated at checkout
A signature will be required upon receipt of all deliveries.
“The Spring Summer 2016 collection is an exploration of pattern and abstraction. Born from my fascination with recreating the everyday in the most luxurious way possible, I have taken the patterns that surround me - those that I have always known yet don’t always notice – and worked into them. When tessellated and played with using myriad different techniques, these patterns emerged as something new and unexpected. Some have taken on an 80s sporty aesthetic, others have become modern, geometric patterns. We've explored each pattern using innovative and complex leatherwork techniques, such as fusing, high-frequency heat bonding and leather marquetry.”