The Rosie Clutch by From St Xavier is made for the modern romantic. Featuring red hand-crafted rose blossoms that flourish against a shimmering pink backdrop. Sustainibly made convertible clutch with all over glass beads.
- Materials: Upcycled Glass Beads, Satin
- Size:v10″W x .25″D x 6″H;
- Removable chain strap, 20″ drop
- Magnetic closure. lined Interior slip pocket
- Designed in Australia
- Sustainably made in North India
- SMETA (Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit) Certified
- Fits: Phone, keys, money and cards
Slight irregularities in beading and embroidery (including our metal bags) are to be expected and celebrated, as they represent the unique characteristics inherent in a handmade production process. Should metal frames or hardware begin to dull, simply polish with a soft cloth to bring them back their original shine.
We strongly advise avoiding rough surfaces, chemicals, and any atmospheric agents which can cause permanent and irreversible damage to the delicate nature of our products.
When not enjoying your clutch, ensure that you store it out of direct sunlight and in the cotton pouch provided.
The Story of From St. Xavier
The From St. Xavier philosophy is one of empowerment – both for the artisans that produce their pieces, and the women who wear them.
From St. Xavier (FSX) is synonymous with artisanal craftsmanship, exceptional quality, and a refined aesthetic that perfectly merges prominent trends with the quintessentially quirky FSX personality.
While simultaneously experimenting with new textiles and hand-crafting techniques to ensure the art of traditional craft is kept alive, their pieces can take up to four days and 20 hands to produce. Each of their signature embellished accessories is handled by several technician specialists from framers, embroiders, and bead specialists, ensuring the highest quality and imbuing our pieces with an authentic human touch.
From St. Xavier holds sustainability and conscious production as core tenets of the brand identity. All fibers used in the linings of the bags are recycled as means of reducing the huge problem of textile wastage within the fashion accessory and apparel industries. They also formulate their designs around what raw materials (such as glass beads, sequins, gemstones, etc) are already available or remain from previous collections in order to mitigate any excess and wastage.
They strongly believe in upholding their social obligations as a brand, and by working with small artisanal communities across North India they are able to invest in a richly diverse skillset that is being lost in our rapidly automated world.