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Love Leather? Britain's Ettinger Arrives in NYC

Wednesday Oct 9, 2019
Ettinger's new NYC flagship location.
Ettinger's new NYC flagship location.  (Source:Ettinger)

Ettinger, one of Britain's finest luxury leather accessories brands, has opened its U.S. 'Flagship Residency' in Turnbull & Asser's storied New York Townhouse in the heart of Manhattan. The opening represents the coming together of two leading luxury specialists and Royal Warrant holders celebrating British craftsmanship and heritage. Founded in 1934, Ettinger was bestowed with a Royal Warrant to HRH The Prince of Wales in 1996 and this year celebrates its 85th Anniversary.

The Residency incorporates Ettinger's extensive portfolio of British-made luxury leather wallets, accessories and bags as well as its Flagship Services, which now include the recently launched 'Ettinger Bespoke' and personalization on its leather accessories and canvas bags. The canvas bag embroidery personalization is also new and allows customers to add up to five characters on their chosen bag. The accessories and bags are presented throughout the Turnbull Townhouse, with Ettinger Bespoke and personalization services on Turnbull's Bespoke third floor.

"This opportunity and the coming together of Ettinger and Turnbull & Asser in New York is undoubtedly one of our most exciting brand and retail collaborations," said Ettinger's CEO Robert Ettinger. "We are also delighted that Ettinger Bespoke is being offered alongside Turnbull & Asser's bespoke services. We really see that as an exciting development for both brands as the appeal of bespoke gets ever bigger amongst our discerning customers."

Ettinger Bespoke enables customers to create and buy their own unique Ettinger item. They can choose from a choice of eight products — including wallets, card cases and a keyring — a choice of leathers, the leather color on the outside and inside, the stitching color, a choice of two linings, the color for the Ettinger logo (blind embossed, silver or gold) and the option to add initials in blind emboss, silver or gold.

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