I ordered this bag in Brown/T.Moro without knowing what the "T.Moro" meant, but I could see the red zipper and the russet edges of the leather, and it seemed unusual and was very appealing to me. Wiki Answers has this to say, "T-moro is short for "testa di moro"; Italian for "head of the Moor." It refers to the dark brown hair coloring of the Moors. T'moro brown is a deep, dark espresso..." I would say that describes this color very well. It's a deep, dark brown that looks a bit like the color of a well-worn and oiled saddle. This bag is truly elegant, classic, and classy. It's not a dressy purse but is rather more casual, and the domed top is somewhat reminiscent of an old-fashioned doctor's bag. The zippers go all the way down on both sides so you can really open this bag up and see/find what's inside. It's roomy without being too big, thanks to the wide bottom. However, even though the bottom is wide, it still hangs nicely against the body when wearing it over your shoulder. Another reviewer mentioned that she found the handles to be too short to wear over her shoulder, but I find it the perfect length for my shoulder. My arms are thin, so maybe that's it, but it seems plenty big enough for most shoulders. It has two outside pockets, one that's hardly noticeable on the back and is flat so that it would be good for lists, letters, etc., and the expandable one on the front with a very secure magnetic snap closure. It will hold things like keys, pens, checkbook, etc. The lining is a bit of a surprise and maybe part of the T. Moro theme: it's bright red heavy fabric, with green suede trim along the top and making up the expansion flaps on either side when the purse opens, preventing any content from falling out if you open it up wide. There is also the brown leather trim along the four inside pockets. One is a large zippered pocket, with a smaller open pocket under it. And there are two pockets on the opposite side, a larger one with a snap flap, and an open one. Both of the outside pockets are lined in red also.The red and green remind me a bit of an old-fashioned office, not sure why, but I like it. The heavy whip stitching along the bottom of the bag and the outside flap are either a very dark brown or black. I can't tell which. I love this color so much that I am considering the (very expensive) wallet to go with it, which is equally impressive. A leather key fob is included, which is simply a long (about 8")leather strip with a latch on the end. The hardware on the outside is burnished and looks appropriate for the color. Also, it is just the right amount instead of the ridiculous amount of superfluous hardware often seen on purses
these days. The last detail I can think of to tell you is the leather tassels on the two zippers that meet in the middle of the dome when the purse is zipped shut, making it easier to find the zipper tabs when you open or close it. This really seems pretty much like the perfect purse. The only downsides I can see are the price (but worth it) and the weight. It is not a light bag, even empty, but I figure this goes along with quality leather. There is no doubt in my mind that this purse will be in fashion forever. It's a classic. And it has the quality leather that will last forever too.