Scarborough & Tweed

One of our longest standing women-owned business partnerships formed in 1992 when Lisa McCullagh started selling banker bags to traders on the pavement outside the New York Stock Exchange. Having developed an iconic bag design, it was not long after that Lisa built a long-term relationship with Goldman Sachs and developed a full service company store with a wide range of product offerings.

Scarborough & Tweed has remained consistent to our brand and sustainability efforts with each bag sold providing one meal for a child in need through World Food Program USA and with every item purchased on the Goldman Sachs company store benefitting a charitable cause.