Leather


Item of the Day: Vera Bradley

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Hmmm, can you guess the handbag shown in this new ad campaign? There’s quilting like Chanel, a silhouette reminiscent of Mulberry … [Read more...]

Item of the Day: Les Georgettes

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Exotic skins have been making a comeback in leathergoods, whether real or embossed. Now, Les Georgettes,  a new jewelry collection … [Read more...]

Item of the Day: Plinio Visona

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Item of the Day: Plinio Visona By now you ought to know we’re pretty mad for plaid. Come this fall, plaids of many sorts will be … [Read more...]

Item of the Day: Hammitt Los Angeles

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Item of the Day: Hammitt Los Angeles Even though Hammitt handbags are from LA, we think that this bag is the quintessential New … [Read more...]

Kering to Invest $20 Million in New Tannery

High-end Leathergoods: Le Dix Cartable M bag named for Balenciaga's 10 Avenue George V flagship boutique in Paris.

Paris—Kering, the luxurygoods conglomerate and owner of Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, and Bottega Veneta among others, is … [Read more...]

Item of the Day: Adam

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Item of the Day: Adam Those longer silhouettes in necklaces are great though sometimes they can weigh (quite literally) on your … [Read more...]

Paris Show Offers Contest for Leather, Fur Innovators

"Sculpture on fur" by
Atelier Marion Chopineau

Paris—A Paris-based “tailor-made design area” at a leather and fur trade show is looking for a few good designers—basically 10 who … [Read more...]

Lineapelle Shoppers Warned About Bangladeshi Tanneries

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Bologna, Italy—Human Rights Watch warned attendees the Lineapelle leather fair (April 3 to 5) to avoid shopping some Bangladeshi … [Read more...]

Nation’s First Leather School Accepting Students in April

Beatrice Amblard in her leather atelier

San Francisco—Are you lusting for leather?Amblard Leather Atelier, founded by former Hermes leather master artisan Beatrice … [Read more...]

Item of the Day

ADMK Jewelry

We just love showing off the hardware on our leathergoods, especially the ones that adorn our handbags, belts and shoes. So it’s … [Read more...]

Human Rights Group Warns of Toxic Leather Tanneries in Bangladesh

Human Rights Watch interviewed 10 children, some as young as 11, working in tanneries. Many children work 12 or even 14 hours a day, considerably more than the five hour limit for adolescents in factory work established by Bangladeshi law. Dhaka, June 2012. © 2012 Arantxa Cedillo for Human Rights Watch

Dhaka, Bangladesh—Human Rights Watch, a New York-based rights group, is alerting retailers and wholesales of  Bangladeshi leathers … [Read more...]

Item of the Day

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When you think about materials commonly used in wristwatches, you tend to think of stainless steel, plastics, silicone or rubber. … [Read more...]