Saturday July 11, 2020

Movers & makers

Faul bag by Alison Conneely

14th February, 2016
“I wanted to pick up the bag and feel fully dressed,” says Alison Conneely

Maker: Alison Conneely

“I wanted to pick up the bag and feel fully dressed,” says Alison Conneely. No matter what else a woman is wearing, holding a beautifully cut and finished, structured bag will make her feel “less haphazard and ready for the world”.

Conneely’s bag is named for her native Faul in Co Galway, where the bags are designed, pattern cut and prototyped. From there, samples are sent...

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