FrontRunners: Course Couture

    Ambrosi Abrianna has stepped to the tee for the first time with the introduction of the company’s AA Pro golf bags (www.ambrosiabrianna.com). The bags are made from fine crocodile and ostrich leathers that the Manhattan-based handbag maker harvests from Australia and Africa. Ambrosi Abrianna treats the skins in a Parisian tannery and has each bag assembled in Milan by expert craftsmen. Priced from $26,400 to $62,000, the bags come with hand-engraved 24-karat-gold-plated insignias.

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