Williams British Handmade Second Season

Follow up on previous post: Excess Baggage.

Sarah Williams’ breakout season for Williams British Handmade was a success.  WIlliams’ bespoke luggage pieces are handcrafted in traditional techniques; however, the shapes are completely wacky and wonderful!  The luggage concept stemmed from one of her master’s course at the London College of Fashion where she was asked to produce a fashion artifact based on Salvador Dali’s work.

Sarah Williams has released a second season of her Williams British Handmade luggage. This season there are cases that fit together like Tetris pieces, a modern doctor’s bag, and an elbow maccaroni shaped bag.  I am so glad to see the release of the second collection after hearing rumors of her hesitation to expand due her handcrafted luxury accessories  being cost prohibitive to mass markets.

For more information on Williams British Handmade luxury luggage, Style Savage has an excellent interview.

1 Comment

  1. July 2, 2012 at 7:01 pm ·

    Absolutely love the craftsmanship here! Thanks for sharing 🙂


what do you think?


wardrobe-stylist prop-stylist
Courtney Watkins is a wardrobe + prop stylist based in Atlanta with 14 years of print and film production experience in advertising, editorial, corporate, and scripted entertainment. Courtney comes to styling with a passion for design and a background in fine arts and commercial photography. It is her strong respect for concept, her wit and her creativity that set her work apart. Those qualities have earned her a broad range of advertising, editorial, and broadcast clients, from Nike, Coca Cola, AT&T, Marriott, Coors Light, to Southern Living, People Magazine, Shape, TBS, and Discovery Channel among others.


Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.