We‘ve been asked - „Why do you work with leather?“ - And the answer was right there...
There is no material more epic, more elemental in outerwear. It has been used ever since mankind began to dress themselves. Leather is a material grown by nature itself. It is not woven threads put together by anyone‘s design and fashion. It challenges you because it doesn‘t come in rolls, can‘t be produced by the yard. But that is part of it‘s fascination. Leather is always it‘s own master. If you learn about it, you can manipulate it into becoming soft. Refine it until it‘s smooth. Develop it until it can do things you never thought possible. But you can never break it‘s personality. And once you understand it, you can coax into a texture so sublime, so intriguing that you can‘t wait to have it put into design, create a style,... and finally see it worn by someone.
We‘ve been doing it for so long, it became our second nature.
And when someone tells us „I got so many compliments wearing that piece“ - that‘s when our world is put in order.
Simple, right? Exactly.
Always keep developing, search to improve until we get it just right.
That‘s our credo and we won‘t settle for anything less.
The way we dress is the first impression we offer people. It is an unspoken statement. But here‘s the thing: We will not allow your style to exceed your budget. We design pieces that you will love and can fall in love with all over again next season. Something that will compliment you every day along the way.
Never settle, period.
As someone we admire once put it: „The details are not the details. They make the design.“ - Charles Eames
For us, creating fashion gives you something to play with. To create an individual silhouette. To offer just enough visual interest, singularly refined and modestly restrained while subtly intriguing, a temptation. But it will always need you to make it come to life. And it will always give you the space to be anything you like. Pick it up. Put it on. If you want to, individualize it with an accessory. It will become you.
And then go out and do something wild...