Results for "leather"


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Cangaço, the new colection by Caboclo

For this FW15 season, Caboclo returns to its origins and to Cangaço artisans with a collection that pays tribute to the roots of Brazil’s leather artisans. The Brazilian sustainable footwear brand has launched a line of five models manufactured in cooperatives that worked in the past with Caboblo. For the first time in their history, […]

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/ Art&Design

Knickerbocker for your camera

Knickerbocker is a small American company based in New York City run by a team of young designers that joined forces one day and acquired a textile manufacturing company from the 60s. With much effort and love, they revitalized the space and the business without losing their great appreciation for what was there before them. […]

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Riudavets

If at this point you don’t know what avarcas are, you are not living in this world, or at least in this country. Made in Menorca, Avarcas are the essential Mediterranean summer shoe, and not so Mediterranean. There are thousands of versions and models, but collection by Riudavets seems a very good choice to us.

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Ona Bag special edition

Photography accessories brand ONA has joined the celebration of Leica‘s 100th anniversary by launching a special edition of its legendary Berlin bag. Especially designed to carry the Leica M-System and its accessories, it retains the popular vintage and trendy design of the Berlin model.

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/ Art&Design

Wear your guitar on style

Maximum Henry Cohen is a young leather artisan from Brooklyn (NY). In 2010, at the age of 20, he launched a brand of accessories bearing his own name based on elegance and classicism. We really like the result very much. His pieces are a return to the roots and to simplicity. At his New York […]

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Never too much by Kueng Caputo

Today it is more rather common to see industrial design and furniture design to cross borders, deservedly approaching the status of art and being shown in galleries. Objects are not only objects of desire and/or utility but also true works of art. An example of this is the exquisite and subversive work of Kueng Caputo. […]

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