French designer Hugo Matha has a way with accessories. Take his plexi glass and wooden clutches. They sound a little complicated, but the light-as-air 100 year old wood and curved, clear plexi glass (which acts as the lid), are both beautifully handcrafted sculptures and incredibly unique purses.
Born and raised on a vineyard in the Aveyron region of Southern France, Matha employs the same grape makers to craft his bags during the wine making off-season. For Fall 2016, he introduced a new silhouette to his repertoire: the tote/clutch hybrid. The shape is traditional Matha: inventive, practical, and unexpected. Wire handles make it sturdy and easy to carry and the front pocket practical. Consider him a new—and standout—member of the French fashion guard.