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Beautiful bespoke accessories, crafted to endure the test of time.

Beautiful bespoke accessories, crafted to endure the test of time.

AEVHA (Alice Emma Victoria Horlick Accessories) London, the eponymous label of creative director and founder Alice Horlick, was launched in September 2013 and has since established itself as something of a dark horse in the world of accessories.

Horlick studied for a BA in Womenswear at the London College of Fashion, where she was inspired by the use of fine leather in her projects. This new-found love for leather, and a constructive design style meant a smooth progression into accessories. She continues to be involved at every single stage of the design process.
In the hectic world of 2016, where fast-fashion is as popular as ever, timelessness is the ultimate goal of the work of the AEVHA team. Horlick says, ‘I have always worked to create a product that will never be relegated to a passing trend or aesthetic.’

The label prides itself on offering a luxury exclusivity that is perhaps lost when purchasing a leather accessory from a big name brand, and this has resulted in an influx of personal requests from celebrities such as Anne Hathaway, Khloe Kardashian and Taylor Swift.

In an ode to the creative aesthetic of London, the AEVHA collections achieve timelessness by blending contemporary design with components that reflect true elegance in an accessory, that will resonate in the fashion industry for years to come.

The AEVHA London Autumn/Winter 2016 collection adheres to these stylistic prerequisites; the handbags are elegant, functional and produced in sizes to suit every woman’s preference, from the now renowned Dromeda and Arboreal clutches, expertly crafted from Italian Saffiano leather and finished with either a carved camel bone or rosewood handle respectively, to their mid-sized shoulder bags and larger leather totes. There is a size to suit all, with stunning trans-seasonal designs and colours to boot.
Timelessness will always be at the heart of what AEVHA does. To achieve their modern classic look, the fundamentals of design remain consistent, however their ideas and aesthetics are constantly evolving.

If you would like to become a part of London’s best kept accessory secret, visit Alternatively, AEVHA London is currently stocked at ConSept in Chelsea, London and by a number of online retailers, including The Clothing Lounge, Then And Now, and Grazia Magazine’s Graziashop.











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