Superb Materials

We choose our materials based on a balance of functionality, durability, ability to age gracefully and impact
their production has on the environment.

Swedish Leather

We are using the world's finest vegetable tanned leather from a Swedish tanning house with 140 years tradition. All hides come from local Swedish farms and they are processed using bark extracts and water. This old-fashioned method is environmentally-friendly and only 5% of tanner houses in the world are still using it.


The semi-aniline dressed leathers that we are using are more resilient to marking than naked leathers, while still retaining a natural appearance. A light natural coating of pigment keeps things looking newer for longer, resulting in a wonderful balance between consistency and character.

The leather is certified for being free from harmful substances and certified for being 100 % organic.

Swiss Zipper

Iconic zippers and metal parts on our products come from a premium high-tech manufacturer in Switzerland. Their world-class technology and glamorous yet refined taste meet in products that are unique.

These zippers are one of the most resistant and exclusive zippers designed for lovers of handcrafted details. The
pre-blanked brass teeth are mounted and fixed on tape one by one and the particular polishing of the tooth allows for a perfectly smooth chain, pleasant to touch.

All materials are produced following high-demanding environmental responsibility standards.

Spanish Denim 

Our denim comes from a pioneering Denimmakers from Spain with 170 years tradition. Being at the birth of modern fashion and having the largest specialized R&D centers in Europe, fabrics they produce are one of the finest denim in the world and used by many world-famous brands.

The fine weave and high thread count on our fabrics create a surface that’s smooth and durable. Its flat surface holds a very subtle luster, and gives a modern – but not technical – look.

The production process is as eco-friendly as possible, using recycled materials, conserving water and minimizing CO2 emissions.

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