When crafting and selling our products we follow a few general rules, in line with our philosophy and convictions. We believe that they will enable us to provide you with even better developed products that will be more ethical and less harmful for the environment.
- We create our bags to be time-defying.
Our leather and hardware are selected not only to look good but also to be as durable as possible - we utilize the most resilient solutions available on the market.
Read more: Our Hardware
- We do not use exotic leather.
Exotic leather is sourced from animals raised only for their skins, which is not only unethical but also unecological. We use only cowhide from the EU, sourced as by-product of the meat industry.
Read more: Ecology, Chapter I: The Leather
- Rational leather management.
We select the proper leather parts to fit different purposes - we sew the handles from very dense, resistant parts and we use the more delicate leather for those parts of the bag that do not experience heavy loads. We aim at producing as little waste as possible as unused leather needs to be disposed. Most of our scrap leather remains in our archive to be used for repairs - even for our oldest bags.
Read more: Ecology, Chapter II: The Production
- We help our products to remain useable as long as possible.
From the moment we part with them, our handbags are well cared for: 5-year guarantee with free renovation, after-sales support and the Bag Buyback Programme are the most important systems we use to extend the lifespan of our products..
Read more: Ecology, Chapter III: The Life of a Product
- We do not gift-wrap.
Sounds weird? And yet it is very important! A good product stands on its own - and unnecessary cardboard, foil and papers are just additional, unnecessary rubbish. As much as we can, we try not to produce waste and act responsibly.