Every single piece from the Alfie Douglas collection is handcrafted in England. Each style is original, unexpected and one of a kind. The designs are unisex and handmade in small batches at individual workbenches - made by individuals for individuals.
An Alfie Douglas bag should always be cherished and treated as an investment piece, they are not mass-produced, factory-made items and no two pieces are ever the same. The quality of the leather and craftsmanship means that each piece ages beautifully and develops its own individual character over time.
Each piece of leather that goes into their bags is chosen very carefully, not just for the beauty and quality, but their structure and function. The leather is made using natural dyes and organic materials and will age gently over time. Colours will naturally change and darken as each piece develops a distinct and unique character moulding to suit the user.
An Alfie Douglas bag will truly make the perfect gift to cherish and last a lifetime.
Alfie Douglas, the story so far...
For the last five years the team at Alfie Douglas have been quietly developing a new British premium accessory brand. Not a spin off or copycat of another brand, but something completely new and fresh. A brand that responds to changing consumer tastes and ideals, a brand for the future.
They have been busy experimenting and listening to their customers and had literally thousands of one to one conversations with them, getting to understand their likes and dislikes, their needs. They have learnt that individuality, sustainability, honesty and traceability are at the heart of their buying decisions.
Alfie Douglas is a family name and a family business. They are proud of their heritage and as a British brand, embrace the status that ‘Made in England’ carries throughout the world. They present a carefully curated range of products designed to appeal to a wide ranging demographic with a proven sales track record, incredible brand loyalty and a worldwide appeal.ORIGINAL . SINGULAR . INGENIOUS... HANDMADE IN ENGLAND