British-made handbags | Designed for cyclists
5 minute interviews with our inspirational ambassadors
As a freelance Digital Brand Consultant Naomi spends much of her time exploring the city on her custom built bicycle visiting clients and working on a variety of projects across London.
Alice uses her daily cycle commute to enjoy some distraction-free mind space ahead of her busy day as as Entertainment Writer at The Telegraph Online.
CLARICE PRICE THOMAS
Known for her unique and contemporary designs, technical ability and attention to detail, we visited Clarice Price Thomas in her East London studio to see how her jewellery is created.
As founder of Cyclechic.co.uk entrepreneur Caz Nicklin’s mission is to promote cycling as a desirable lifestyle choice; encouraging more women to take to 2 wheels by providing stylish cycling accessories.
Cycling up to 30 miles daily on her Mexican-wrestler themed ‘Mexibike’, Jude seamlessly combines her love for cycling and creative writing by blogging for various cycling editorials. We speak to Jude to learn more about her creative adventures on and off her bike.
Designer and stylist Lizzie Burns, is the creative force behind EA Burns – a sustainable label that specialises in high impact, modern statement accessories founded on an honest balance of style and substance.
Hailing from New York, Brittany Garrett ventured to England with a thirst to explore the creativity and culture our capital city has to offer. She now works in the creative hub of a Central London PR agency.
Michaux are committed to creating our products as close to home as possible and we believe manufacturing here in Britain is a defining aspect of our authenticity.
Our bags are hand made in the heart of the Lake District, on the factory’s original 300 year old site, and one of few truly British bag manufacturers still remaining in our country.