How we make our goods

How we make our goods

1.

The life so short, the craft so long to learn.

It all begins with a blank sheet of paper, grows over the first sketches to the final draft and evolves into the beautiful composition of small details, the prototype. We take hard on it not to overload our goods with details. That’s why we scrupulously use them first, piece by piece picking out any flaws and eliminating excesses until we achieve simple, yet elegant design we are proud of to wear ourselves.

2.

It is quality rather than quantity that matters.

We believe in traditional craftsmanship and work exclusively with genuinely selected natural materials. We source full grain vegetable tanned leather as well as quality metal hardware in Italy, pure wool felt in Germany, and for the upcoming textile goods, we plan to cooperate with family-run manufacturers of natural wool blends (alpaca, merino), eco-friendly cotton and linen.

3.

Good things take time.

Making goods is a process of love, although very time-consuming. After all, each element is cut, pasted and sewn just with the help of a single sewing, edge cutting, and stamp machine. We feel great while adding all the pieces together to something special, not only for us. That is why each of our goods is unique and exceptional. Just like the person who wears it.