Many fashion designers look at older times and leather goods collections from the past in order to create their own styles and collections. This pretty recurrent source of inspiration focuses not only on the functional part that old items hold but also on the intrinsic beauty of lifetime craftsmanship. Best selling traditional leather goods, like those you can see below, are being reinterpreted and adapted to present times.

Mad hectic Neon leather accessories may be a good example for this. Old functionality and the current trends are united.

We will soon post some new examples of this.

 

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Posted on October 14th, 2011
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Today, we would like to re-post an article that our partner blog Ubrike.com posted some weeks ago. The article is about the collaboration between luxury brand Louis Vuitton and British artist Billie Achileos.

You can find some more photos and a video of the making of on this link

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Posted on August 19th, 2011
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We have been surfing the web and came up with an awesome video by Fendi  in which they show the manufacturing process of a fur and leather coat. You will be able to see many parts of the whole process. We hope you enjoy it.

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Posted on August 9th, 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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This is the second chapter of a series in which we want to let you know some figures about the leather manufacturing industry in Andalusia (Spain). These figures make clear the importance of “Made in Spain” leather goods in the world. As seen from the figures below “Made in Spain” leather goods have worked pretty well in markets traditionally associated to luxury such as France and Italy. Another conclusion that comes out from second chart is that the most successful leather items are bags and small leather goods with more than 60 % of the total.

If you have further questions about the lather goods manufacturing industry in Spain, do not hesitate to leave a comment.

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Posted on April 28th, 2011
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Today, we want to share a video in which you can enjoy how a Louis Vuitton luxury leather good is made. The video is trying to show us that every single detail is important in order to create a luxury leather good. You can have a deeper look at several manufacturing processes in our category Manufacturing Techniques. We hope you enjoy the video.


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Although quality control tests are performed in every single step of the manufacturing process, a final test is performed before packing the leather item. Leather goods are checked one by one to meet Quality Assurance minimal requirements.

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Posted on March 31st, 2011
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Salvatore Ferragamo’s leather goods are associated with concepts like luxury and craftsmanship.

Today, we wanted to share with you a video in which the Italian brand shows the manufacturing process of one of their best sellers. The video shows the different processes involved in the manufacturing of a leather item. If you want to get to know more about the manufacturing process of a leather item, you can check our previous posts on this matter.

We hope you enjoy the video as much as we do.

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Posted on March 29th, 2011
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Edge dying (or edge staining) is the process by which the sharp edges of the leather are rounded by applying an acrylic dye in order to hold down the edge fibers of the leather. Several dye layers may be applied in order to get a soft touch on the edges, letting each coat thoroughly dry before the next is applied. A thorough burnish is also necessary to remove any hard finish.

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Posted on March 22nd, 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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