As we announced in a previous article, many of our followers asked us to write about the information that leather goods manufacturers need in order to present the information of each style in an organised way. Although there are other valid ways of making a product sheet, we would like to present you how we organise the information at Betangible .

The images below are just a rough design of the technical sheet. It only pretends to be a guide.


 

 

The first page should contain a general view of the style including the main measurements (HxWxD). Front, back and side view should appear. The technical drawing should contain as many details as possible.

 

 

 

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In the second page you should describe the materials that you want for your leather item (leatherliningmetal trims, …)Photos are always very useful, especially for metal accessories.

 

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In the next 3 or 4 pages you should unravel all the details in each of the views (front, back and side) and the measurements of the other pieces of the leather item (straps/handles, leather trims, thickness of the straps, …). You may also want to clarify any other aspects of any particular detail in each view (colour contrast, thread, …).

 

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References and/or inspirations are also very useful. You may want to include some pictures of some other products or scenery that inspired you. Here, you may also include any other references that may help in the construction of any particular detail in the leather item.

 

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On another page you may want to include other specifications about the style (stitches per centimetre, thickness of the rope in the handles, branding, …)

 

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If you want to use a customized canvas (or other fabric), this is the way you can present it.

 

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If you want us to send you a PDF file with the template of the product sheet, please fill in the “contact us” form and we will send it to you as soon as possible.

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MCM created a bespoke case for a priceless 18th century cello owned by German virtuous cellist Jan Vogler . The case was made in order to celebrate Jan Vogler’s participation in the 34th Dresden Music Festival. MCM’s Master Craftsman handcrafted the cello case in MCM’s workshops in Munich. We recommend you to have a look at the video below, which shows the process of making this unique piece.

 

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Posted on August 16th, 2011
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The Product Sheet is the document that contains the information that leather goods manufacturers need in order to make a leather item. Needless to say that a very detailed Product Sheet will facilitate the work of the manufacturer, the product will be made faster and the concept of the leather item will be interpreted in an easier way.
 
Sometimes, it is not easy to express an idea on paper. That’s why leather goods manufacturers also appreciate the inclusion of sketches and photos of the inspiration that led the designer design that particular item.

In another post, we will share the Product Sheet that we are using in our workshops and the information that we need from each leather item. For example:

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Posted on August 11th, 2011
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Last week, Betangible had the opportunity of attending the fashion show of the Fashion Department of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp . When you see fashion shows like this, you realise that fashion schools play an important role in the training of the emerging talents that will eventually become the creative directors and designers of new successful fashion brands. Fashion schools are also the breeding ground for creativity, new proposals and a “safe area” for taking risks. Although we did not see many leather accessories we really had a great time at the show and saw several interesting designers to follow. We are also happy that shoes are getting more and more importance in the show. We just want to recommend our readers to visit the website of the fashion show… you will see very interesting proposals.

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Posted on June 21st, 2011
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Today, we want to present you the second interview on Betangible. In the first interview, a leather goods manufacturer responded our questions about the work they develop in the leather workshop. Now, it is the turn of Belgian brand Les Deux de Cock which, in spite of its short trajectory, is becoming more and recognised by its timeless geometric simplicity of the styles.

 

Betangible: Who are Les Deux de Cock”?

Les Deux de Cock: We are two sisters from Antwerp, Belgium. The label started in 2009.

The handbags have an architectural and monumental character by the way the leather is stitched. The inspiration for the structures is the square. By the repetitive use of the patterns, the bags obtain a tight simplicity. In some models it creates a strong 3D effect. We have created “quirky collection” where creativity and originality prevails.

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Posted on May 12th, 2011
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In 1929, Belgian luxury brand Delvaux launched its foray into the luxury leather goods market. Words such as elegance, creativity and craftsmanship has been linked to the Belgian brand since its early days. Today, Delvaux is proud to be one of the oldest and most successful luxury leather goods company in the world.

The video below tries to communicate the history, values and know-how of the Belgian brand. We are sure that you will enjoy the song too.


 

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Posted on May 3rd, 2011
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Luxury Brand Alfred Dunhill has a wide range of fine leather goods. The use of leather has been an integral part of the Dunhill business since the very beginning. Today we want to show you another video in which you will be able to see the manufacturing process of a double document case.

 

 

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Right after the well-deserved Easter holiday, Betangible.com will post some interviews with several fashion designers who are linked, one way or another, to the leather goods manufacturing industry in Andalusia (Spain). We want our readers to have a first person opinion about different aspects related to this traditional industry.

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Posted on April 21st, 2011
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When people are asked about luxury, they tend to say words and concepts such as “Exclusivity”, “Unique”, “High Quality” and “Craftsmanship”. Luxury brands like Louis Vuitton and Mont Blanc have always worked hard so that their target public can associate their products to the above concepts. Today, we want to share with you two examples of these communication campaigns that worked very well. They are clear examples that tradition, heritage and savoir-faire are highly valued in the so-called “Luxury Universe”.

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Posted on March 10th, 2011
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As mentioned in a previous post, Betangible attended the latest edition of LFW. On February 23rd we took some photos of bags we fancied and we just want to share them with our readers.

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