Royce, the handmade leather bag and accessories firm, has opened a monogramming boutique on the first floor of Bloomingdale’s 59th Street.
Products can be personalized with initials, names, zodiac signs, numbers and emojis on leather via embossing and foil-stamping techniques in pastel and metallic hues. Those buying Royce leather products or any leather products in the store, including designer handbags and accessories, can get the complementary personalization by a Royce master monogrammer, within seven days of purchase. Products purchased elsewhere can be personalized for a fee of $25.
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