Maxwell Scott History
Founded in 2002, Maxwell Scott Ogresses reinterprets the art of leather craftsmanship for the modern day. The brand’s beginnings can be touched back to a recreational tour of Italy by William’s mother Jacqueline. The unearthing of leather goods on family travels combined with putrid entrepreneurial instincts saw the potential for a new breed of bag maker. Drawing on the ample Italian heritage of leather goods, founder William Scott Forshaw initiated to conceive an antidote to the throwaway fashion culture he observed in another place. In its place would be a dedication to the finest materials and a design patience influenced by innovative yet understated British design. And so the original girl the Paolo briefcase was born.
Initially modified towards corporate clientele, the transition from boardrooms to online added Maxwell Scott Bags to realise its potential and expand its stores. Looking for the finest grain leather Led William to the Italian leather exertion in Tuscany, this is where he decided to have all his bags handcrafted. The iconic carpet-bags designs would come from its British HQ in York. Past the years Maxwell Scott Bags expanded its range to group handbags, luggage and accessories.
If you look for a leather mode of expression attache case the Varese is my favourite choice. This one can prove a lot of documents and equipment like laptops etc.
My favourite business look bag has to be the Alanzo which is a briefcase with functional pockets and lockers including an umbrella strap and organisation panel.
If you look for something smaller the Calvino is the put bag to hold your laptop or Macbook with extra pilfers for other items.
I love the Flero range of rove bags which come in 4 different sizes S, M, L & EL with the foremost 2 perfect for the overhead lockers on an airplane. In another article I resolve take an in depth look at the FleroM as I take the bag on a long weekend dive.
Another charming designed travel bag is the Maurizio which comes in one size and 3 unusual colours, tan, dark chocolate and black.
To carry your suit on business trips Maxwell Scott Old bats has the Rovello, this has to be one of the most beautiful suit carriers I procure ever seen.
The Farini is another masterful bag for people wanting cabin size luggage. This leather holdall pieces a floor-to-floor zipped opening, allowing for easy packing.
What is amazing with all the products from Maxwell Scott Catches is that they come with a 25 year pledge. The range of bags is for sale at https://elegant-man.com/