Focused on quality, our leathergoods are crafted by expert artisans from a 3-generations family-owned factory in Florence, Italy
Designs that will never get out of style, these essential goods are perfect for the modern citizen.
Lowering our footprint means lowering our waste. Premium recycled material made of scraps of leather from a glove factory that is waterproof, durable, & scratch-resistant.
Our Recycled Leather Bags
We created Italian-made bags with renewed material made of leather scraps from a glove factory. The renewed premium leather is certified, waterproof, scratch resistant and lighter: a truly better way to sustainability.
Investing In A Green Future
This year has shown how much we need open spaces and nature. Protecting our planet by reducing our footprint becomes the responsibility of each and everyone of us.sustainability
The fashion industry generate tons of scraps and off-cuts.
Instead of producing more new material, our partner RecycLeather™ source industrial glove off-cuts that ordinarily go to waste. With an innovative smart-recycling system they turn it into premium grade recycled material.
60% | RECYCLED LEATHER FIBER
30% | NATURAL LATEX FROM THE RUBBER TREE
10% | WATER & COLOR PIGMENT
Our Italian Factory
Part of reducing waste is to focus on quality & durability. SO, WE WENT FOR THE BEST. We partner with a 3-generations family-owned factory in Florence, Italy to create minimalist bags and accessories that transcend ephemeral trends.
What Is Sustainability Living?
You’ve heard it encouraged by global organizations, bloggers, artisans, and environmental activists alike. More than a buzz word, though, it can be a personal philosophy that greatly benefits the larger public.
Changing Fashion for Climate Change
Between textile waste, greenhouse gas emissions, and contaminated water supplies, the fashion industry is guilty of tremendous damage to our planet. Although critics argue about naming it second most polluting industry, all that damage comes together.
How To Create A Small Space Meditation Corner
I’ve spent most of 2020 indoors. The lines between rest, work, and play diminished somewhere last spring. And now, with colder weather on the horizon, I’ve been wondering how to create more balance at home to find moments of peace and rest.