This year British Vogue celebrates 100 years of publication with a major exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, Vogue 100: A Century of Style (11 February - 23 May 2016). To mark the occasion, the National Portrait Gallery shop has commissioned a collection of beautiful accessories including two bespoke bags by Anna Pugh.
One inspired by a stunning and dramatic image taken by Cecil Beaton, Anna Pugh created a buttery, soft, red leather bag.
British bag designer and maker, Anna Pugh, comes from a background in the clothing industry. As a successful creative pattern cutter, she has worked for both high street and designer labels, developing her passion for creating pleasing shapes and lines and exploring how they fit and fold around the body. All Anna Pugh bags are cut, made and and finished from her Hove workshop.