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Materials

 

Leather & Suede

Part of our leather is sourced from Senegal. We have partnered with local leather suppliers in Senegal to get the best leather available in the market. Senegalese suppliers source much of our leather from Italy, which offers high quality leathers with good variety. Hides are meticulously handpicked. In the long-term, our goal is to do the tanning of our own leathers in in Senegal.

Part of our leather is sourced from Senegal. We have partnered with local leather suppliers in Senegal to get the best leather available in the market. Senegalese suppliers source much of our leather from Italy, which offers high quality leathers with good variety. Hides are meticulously handpicked. In the long-term, our goal is to do the tanning of our own leathers in in Senegal.

Hardware

Items like special zippers, locks and snaps are key to durable handbags. To offer the best available quality, our hardware and zippers are sourced from one of the best such suppliers, located in France, The United States and China.

Items like special zippers, locks and snaps are key to durable handbags. To offer the best available quality, our hardware and zippers are sourced from one of the best such suppliers, located in France, The United States and China.

Leather Care

 

Pony Hair

Calfskin hair (called “Pony Hair”) is an extremely delicate material and will eventually wear over time. To maintain the appearance of the skin’s hair, we recommend that you do not wear it in bad weather or while driving, as this will cause some hair to rub off. You can wipe cowhide smoothly in the direction of the hair with a damp cloth, or with mild soap and water.

Calfskin hair (called “Pony Hair”) is an extremely delicate material and will eventually wear over time. To maintain the appearance of the skin’s hair, we recommend that you do not wear it in bad weather or while driving, as this will cause some hair to rub off. You can wipe cowhide smoothly in the direction of the hair with a damp cloth, or with mild soap and water.

Leather

All leather items can last for a lifetime if they are regularly maintained and treated well. Always choose a product that helps preserve the leather's natural lubricating oils rather than strips them away. Use leather cleaner, such as saddle soap, and a soft, damp cloth to remove dirt and debris. Use a leather conditioner especially made for smooth leathers to soften your handbags. If scratches or other imperfections are apparent, condition with a cream formula that is one shade lighter than the actual color of the product.

All leather items can last for a lifetime if they are regularly maintained and treated well. Always choose a product that helps preserve the leather's natural lubricating oils rather than strips them away. Use leather cleaner, such as saddle soap, and a soft, damp cloth to remove dirt and debris. Use a leather conditioner especially made for smooth leathers to soften your handbags. If scratches or other imperfections are apparent, condition with a cream formula that is one shade lighter than the actual color of the product.

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