Chicago (the city) - The L train. Deep dish pizza. Sears Tower. Shopping the Magnificient Mile. Skyscrapers. Lake Michigan.
Chicago (the bag) - Roomy. Stylish. Soft and supple leather. All purpose. Functional. Loved by soccer mums and CEO's alike.
The "Chicago" is the ultimate city bag. It is so versatile that it allows you to squeeze the most out of every day.
Room for a book to read on the train, that file you had to bring home from work, the top you bought in your lunch hour and much, much more. The "Chicago" is extremely spacious and makes a great everyday go-anywhere bag.
The most amazing feature of this bag is the leather, it needs to be seen to be believed. It is so soft and supple you will find it impossible to resist. Truly luxurious.
38cm high x 36cm wide x 10.5cm deep.
Magnetic closure. Fully lined with Carsha signature cotton lining. Interior includes two mobile phone pockets and one zip pocket.
Carsha began with a simple concept - looking good whilst doing good.
As a design-focused label all Carsha bags are both fashionable and functional.
Each handbag design is inspired by a city - the people, the architecture, the culture and the environment.
Only the highest quality leather and master craftsmen are used in the production process.
Now you can team up with Carsha in the fight against Malaria.
For every handbag sold Carsha will donate one life saving mosquito net to an African family.
Malaria is a disease transmitted by mosquitoes and it kills more than one million people per year – mostly children under the age of five.
Malaria is particularly devastating in Africa, where it is a leading killer of children. Every 30 seconds, a child in Africa dies from a malaria infection.
Infections can be prevented either by spraying insecticides indoors or by sleeping under long-lasting insecticide-treated bed nets. Nets are a simple, life-saving solution. Send a net and save a life.
Carsha donates to the UN Foundation's Nothing But Nets campaign for the purchase and distribution of bed nets. Malaria is preventable. Nets save lives.