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Mixing and Matching Classic with Contemporary at Anat Nicole

Contemporary and Classic Anat Nicole


Anat Nicole, the Israeli-Swiss design duo of Anat McKenzie and Nicole Riedweg, are looking to bridge the gap between finely-tailored accessories and everyday functionality. Their versatile collection includes bags, belts, cuffs and pouches. Anat Nicole launched in 2005; the company was born out of their passion for unique hand-finished accessories, traditional craftsmanship and the desire to create timeless classics which encapsulate style, quality and usability - epitomizing the very best of international design. Working to a very clear aesthetic, Anat comments; "Our accessories are distinctively gorgeous. The time and craftsmanship which goes into making each item ensures that every piece is truly reflective of who we are and the standards that we set ourselves." Nicole adds: "What makes our collection really unique and contemporary is the way the different items can be mixed and matched. Pouches can be worn on a belt or they can be used on their own as a little clutch bag. The different materials we use complement each other beautifully; it's a very pretty and exotic collection."


Contemporary and Classic Anat Nicole


The collection is made from only the finest-sourced materials and is available in smooth cow's hide, pony skin, snake print, denim and exotic python skin. All products carry the Anat Nicole benchmarked braiding finish.

Anat Nicole accessories are ready to buy now by private appointment only and can also be viewed online at www.anatnicole.co.uk

For further information, interviews or images, please email Anat and Nicole by

Notes:
Anat Nicole was established in 2005 by two former London College of Fashion graduates, Anat McKenzie and Nicole Riedweg.

Although the collection is predominantly targeted at women, it also caters for men.

All exotic leathers such as python used by the company are certified for manufacture by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).