We make all our leather accessories from scratch in a small, family-run workshop in Poland, where people are fairly rewarded for their skills, experience and work.
It takes work and time to make a good bag. First, we prepare a preliminary design, which we then consult with the technologist. After positive verification, the templates are made. Then the cutter cuts the leather with a knife, another person processes it (e.g. sashes, curls the edges and glues it), and another ome sews. Finally, another employee finishes the individual parts of the bag.
Ready prototypes have to be tested before they are put on sale. If we discover any problems during the tests, we remake the product. We repeat the whole process until we are fully satisfied. It also sometimes happens that a finished product returns to the stage of changes and tests - for example, our classic Everyday Briefcase has already had handle structure, hardware, zipper and many other elements changed since its introduction in 2013.
Creating a bag, wallet or a belt requires hard work and engagement of many people. The fact that we make these products in Poland and not, for example, in Asia, increases costs, but allows us to create high-quality products ethically, without exploiting people. Production here also means greater control over the entire process. We constantly check and control how our products are made. Thanks to this, we are sure that each of our bags, wallets or any other thing is made with the same, high level of quality.