Olympia Le-Tan looks to classic thrillers and film noir for its AW17 Psycho collection. This black Pas De Bouches Inutiles clutch is beautifully handcrafted in Italy to a gold-tone brass book-like silhouette and is embellished with hand embroidery and felt appliqués atop cotton-canvas that illustrate the work's iconic promotional poster. Note the embroidered serial number at the back that can be traced back to the artisan who made it.
For Pre-AW17 Olympia Le-Tan delves into the work of Alfred Hitchcock for inspiration. This black cotton-canvas book clutch is meticulously detailed by hand with an ode to the director's 1972 film Frenzy complete with acid-bright appliqué and intricate embroidery. Look closely to spot the designer's beautiful signature finishers - a Liberty-print lining and individual serial that's stitched at the back
Olympia Le-Tan's navy cotton clutch features a felt appliqué cover depicting Maurice Leblanc's 1979 detective novel La Robe D'Ecailles Roses. It's supremely made in Italy with a gold-tone brass frame and lined with Liberty-print fabric. Make it the talking point of an evening ensemble by styling it with a shin-skimming dress.
Part of Olympia Le-Tan's Pyscho line-up for Pre-AW17 this light-beige cotton-canvas clutch pays homage to Alfred Hitchcock's book The Master's Choice - a spine-chilling anthology of thriller and horror stories. It's crafted in Italy with black light-pink and orange felt appliqué and hand embroidery depicting the cover and set on a gold-tone brass frame that opens via the clasp closure. The embroidered unique serial number and bow-fastening pink presentation box make it a truly special gift choic
Olympia Le-Tan reimagined the cover of Ian Fleming's second James Bond novel Live and Let Die as the embellishment to this dark raspberry-pink cotton-twill clutch. It's expertly handcrafted in Italy with hand-embroidered felt typography appliqué across the front and set on a gold-tone brass frame. Liberty-print lining completes the look. Style it as a solo accessory for maximum impact.
Olympia Le-Tan honed her skills at Balmain and Chanel before launching her cult-followed eponymous line of embroidered book clutches in 2009. Handmade in Italy this peppercorn-grey cotton style is detailed with a red black and white felt appliqué cover of Agatha Christie's 'And Then There Were None' - the seventh best-selling novel of all time. It's structured with a gold-tone brass frame and coordinating clasp and lined in Liberty-print poplin. Showcase it against sugar-tone silk.
Championing the allure of great literature Olympia Le Tan reworks the vintage cover of Agatha Christie's ' Cards on the Table ' novel into this one-of-a-kind seaweed-green clutch. It's handcrafted in Italy with felt appliques and embroidered detailing and set on a gold-tone brass frame to evoke metallic-edged pages. Note the multicoloured Liberty-print lining - a nod to the designer's English roots. A green and black ensemble will form a striking backdrop.
Olympia Le-Tan's black cotton and gold-tone brass book clutch is a sublime example of the founder's exquisite artisanal ability. It's handmade in Italy with a logo-engraved clasp closure atop the hinged frame and showcases a detailed embroidered reworking of the cover of Agatha Christie's 1942 crime novel 'The Body in the Library '. Let it add a creatively characterful touch to evening ensembles.
Olympia Le-Tan's expands her cult-followed book clutch collection with this light-green cotton-canvas style reworking the cover of Agatha Christie's 1941 crime novel ' Evil Under the Sun '. It's handcrafted in Italy - using the artisanal techniques Le-Tan honed at Chanel and Balmain no doubt - with felt appliqué and dense embroidery and is set on a gold-tone brass frame that secures with a logo-engraved clasp. Carry it as the sole accessory to a tailored crepe dress.
Dubbed the world's coolest book club Olympia Le Tan's literature clutch collection just got cooler with the Parisian designer's latest collaboration with Marvel® comics. This vibrant Spider Woman design is handcrafted in Italy with wool-felt appliqués and silk-thread detailing on a black cotton canvas with an embroidered serial number at the back. It's framed with gold-tone brass and finished with Liberty-print lining and a clasp closure. Watch it stand out against a black ensemble.