These print are from our previous series and are inspired by anything and everything Malaysian. We believe, as all the illustrations are hand drawn, that each and every print has soul. This bag is perfect to take along on a walk or for your travels. It’s light and just adds that dash of colour that we all need.
The oriental building on Jalan Tun Perak in the city centre is one of the oldest art-deco buildings in Kuala Lumpur. The company responsible for its construction was said to have been Gammon (Malaya) Ltd. while its architect was Messrs. Booty and Edwards. Upon its completion, The Straits Times came up with its report titled “Tallest building in Kuala Lumpur – Insurance company’s new headquarters” dated 26 December 1932 stating that The Oriental Building was ready for use and would be officially opened the next day on 27 December 1932 by the British Resident of Selangor, Mr. T. S. Adams. The detailing on this building is incredible and was the inspiration for this print.
Outer Fabric: The Oriental Orange
Inner Fabric: Empress Blue
Canvas cosmetic pouch
Inner cotton lining
Metal zipper with leather zip puller
Size: 21cm x 9.5cm x 5cm
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