Sookie Large Lock Story Satchel Bag, Tan - Salvatore Ferragamo

Sookie Large Lock Story Satchel Bag, Tan - Salvatore Ferragamo

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Sookie Large Lock Story Satchel Bag, Tan - Salvatore Ferragamo

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Sookie Large Lock Story Satchel Bag, Tan - Salvatore Ferragamo

Salvatore FerragamoSookie Large Lock Story Satchel Bag, TanDetailsSalvatore Ferragamo satchel with golden hardware. Flat shoulder straps; 7" drop. Flap opening with signature Gancini bit closure. Enameled padlock; hanging covered key. Inside, leather lining and zip pocket. 12 1/4"H x 16"W x 6"D. Bag weighs 2lbs 8oz. "Sookie" is made in Italy. Designer About Ferragamo:A native of Naples, Italy, Salvatore Ferragamo was a teenaged shoe apprentice before moving to California and becoming known as the shoemaker to the stars. Ferragamo returned to Italy in 1927, where he officially launched his own collection. Today the Ferragamo line encompasses not only exquisitely made shoes for men and women, but also infinitely stylish handbags and fragrances. The company is still family owned and operated in Florence, where you'll also find the Ferragamo Museum, home to thousands of shoes (including the famous invisible sandal, cage shoe, and wedge heel).