We create our bags with an attention to detail
and responsibility.

Handcrafting process

The bag is developed in Spain with a longstanding partner sharing our values and vision. The bag is crafted by a family-run manufacturing company in Andalusia, Spain. Since its founding in the mid-1960s, they focus on creating high-quality leather goods and close partnerships with its clients.

Each piece is carefully handcrafted in the main facility in Spain. Meticulous attention to detail ensures the highest quality and a long-lasting product. None of the products are mass produced but handcrafted by hand. All the craftsmen have decades of experience in working with leather goods and producing for luxury fashion houses. The whole product is made in Europe from materials and trims to the product itself and packaging.


We wanted to find a material that would last longer and be durable for our products. After testing various materials, we decided to proceed with the leather from our Italian suppliers. The tannery we work with is a gold-rated member of the Leather Working Group (LWG). This certification ensures no harmful chemicals have been used, the supply chain is short and has better transparency on the impact leather has. We are continuously testing and experimenting with new materials to ensure we always use the best possible materials for our products.

Our linings and trims are sourced locally from Spain in the same area as our manufacturer. By keeping the supply chain short, local and transparent we have a better overview of what is used and how the product was made.

how to maintain your bag


Leather is both hard-wearing and sensitive. You should keep leather away from extensive humidity, rain, heat and chemicals. If your leather piece gets wet, let it air dry at room temperature.


Be careful to protect your piece from sharp objects and surfaces which can scratch and damage it. Store it in dust bag to avoid scratches.


Avoid log exposures to direct sunlight as it can cause fading.


Leather is a skin and it can stretch over time. Avoid overfilling your bag to maintain its original silhouette.


If you need to clean your bag or remove light stains, you can wipe the surface with a lightly moistened cloth.


Use a special leather conditioner to keep the leather supple and well-cared for. Apply a small amount of the product with a cloth and work it in carefully. We recommend doing it once a month.