celebrating female power
ANY DI founder Anne Dickhardt motivates strong modern business women to believe in their goals!
BUT WHAT DOES A DAY AT THE SUCCESSFUL DESIGNER ACTUALLY LIKE?
"I've dreamed of the perfect bag since I was a teenager. When I was young professional tennis player I have always traveled a lot. I was always missing a bag that I could take with me both to training and to the sponsors' meeting, which is not only sporty and practical, but also elegant.
After an injury I had to end my tennis career and decided 2015 to it, my own Luxustaschen Label ANY DI to found. I have been running my own company in Munich with over 20 employees for around 5 years now & our team is constantly growing. That makes me particularly proud!
My working day usually starts at 6.30 a.m. From the comfort of my bed, I check my calendar, important e-mails and social media channels. I don't spend a lot of time at home - after getting dressed, I immediately drive to the office to start the day.
I grab my ANY DI highlight piece, the Business Bag L, and pack my laptop and all the important essentials.
Since I use my bike as often as possible, the Bag L is the perfect handbag and can be converted into a backpack in a matter of seconds. As soon as I get to the office I jump between Meetings, customer appointments and the Photo shooting back and forth for our new summer collection.
Flexibility and perseverance are required - but that's exactly what I love about my job.
Unlike usual, I leave the office in the early evening today and make my way to the airport because I have an appointment important business trip have to fly to Italy.
For like this long distances is the ANY DI Bag L simply the perfect handbag. When I travel, I like to use the bag as a Rucksack, about my to have hands free and still look chic.
Shortly before my business appointment, I work the backpack construction then in in a jiffy to a timeless and elegant handbag.
As a young entrepreneur, I realized that Flexibility & changeability in everyday life are very important to me."