About this Collection
Celebrating the arrival of autumn with its usual sense of humor, Olympia Le-Tan explores the dual darkness and kitsch of that most bewitching of Anglo-Saxon traditions: Halloween. Bram Stoker’s Dracula and Anastasia Greywolf’s Witchcraft: A Handbook of Magic Spells and Potions serve as nods to the holiday’s Gothic origins, while a jack-o’-lantern grinning from the cover of The New Yorker captures its lighthearted, fun side.
The numbering used in the example are for illustration purposes only and shall not be considered as guidance in any way.
Strap with adjustable length: minimum length of 39 cm vertical from shoulder to the bag (length from the bag to the other side of the bag 81 cm) and maximum length of 64cm vertical from shoulder to the bag (length from the bag to the other side of the bag 129 cm)