It’s a gesture made instinctively by most of our contacts when confronted to our leather goods. That’s quite normal, beside its nice colors and touch, a beautiful leather also smells good. One can smell the natural essences of chestnut tree, quebracho and mimosa used in the vegetable tanning process – slower and more expensive but way more qualitative – which is used to make our leather.
After setting up the foundations in our first collections, we are now exploring new colors and leathers : greige baranil and sand jepard. Light and deep colors reminding us of the summer days, as always on uncovered natural leathers which will age beautifully and take on a nice patina with time.