Pop Up Satchels At Albert Dock

ALBERT Dock has become host to one of Liverpool’s finest brands, as The Leather Satchel Co. launches a pop-up shop at the iconic Liverpool City Region location.Opening just in time for Christmas, the shop in the Grade I-listed Britannia Pavilion will provide festive shoppers with a taste of The Leather Satchel Co.’s high quality, bespoke leather satchels, bags and accessories, which have often been seen on the arms of stars such as Alexa Chung, Zooey Deschanel and Fearne Cotton.Customers will be able to have their bags personalised with monograms while they wait. A range of options including gold and silver leaf, pressed leather and Indian ink monograms can be added in around 10 minutes.The pop-up offering is part of an exciting, long-term vision for Albert Dock, to provide a unique location for businesses and give visitors the opportunity to engage with exciting brands from Liverpool and further afield.Developer of the Albert Dock site, Aberdeen Asset Management, plans to bolster the current roster of high quality local and national restaurant brands with an attractive mix of evolving retail and food locations.Keith Hanshaw, managing director of The Leather Satchel Co. said, “We want to give shoppers in Liverpool a taste of what we offer, and Albert Dock is the perfect place from which to do so. Its rich culture and historic beauty rings well with the values of our company and we’re excited by the opportunity it’s giving us throughout the next few weeks.”Keith is passionate about his work and stressed the importance of “keeping the craft alive”. For him it’s the company’s “cause for existing”.Richard Wilson of Aberdeen Asset Management, said: “Albert Dock is rightly an appealing prospect for businesses. Hosting The Leather Satchel Co.’s pop-up shop is the beginning of what is going to be an exciting period for all those involved with Albert Dock and the surrounding areas. It’s a fantastic place to visit, and attracts more than six million visitors a year. Our aim is not only to continue to provide those visitors with a top food and retail offering, but make it even better in the months and years to come.”