Lewis Leather was created in 1892 by David Isaacs.
At the beginning it was a Tailoring and Outfitters shop located at 124 Great Portland street in London.
Some years later D Lewi[...]
Duret Paris designs custom-made men's belts by hand. With leathers such as crocodile, alligator, python or elephant.
Here are some pictures of th[...]
Since our last post about the "Bond & Knight" wallet , I traveled Favourite Shops looking for a wallet. Here is my selection.
1. Max Unicorn Co - Camouflage Washed Leat[...]
Bond & Knight wallets are handmade in England from the finest grade naturally tanned italian leather. For a reasonable price, we fell in love with the "Nathalie Rattner" collec[...]
When reading the name « Valstarino » it won't talk to you much.
But just look at the pictures hereunder and you will say « yes, of course, I know this jacket »...
DNTX - Death and Texas - What a strange name for a bike accessories company.
One thing is sure, the name catch the attention and you will remember it easily.
The company was [...]
My little shopping desires in this late winter (early spring). Workwear-Chic-Culture! Absolutely perfect for the season and the forest walks. I should also add a jacket ... but it [...]
Zatchels is a new British Leather Company who was created by two Friends, Dean & Brian.
They are the owners of a small leather manufacturing in the center of Leicester.
Beautiful McBook sleeves, handcrafted in the USA using virgin Pendleton® wool, tagua nut and vegetable tanned leather. Also available for Ipod, Ipad, Iphone.
We really like their [...]
Peter Non footwear is hand-crafted in Italy's Dolomites from only eco-friendly materials.
The Peter Non footwear Peter Non presents a mix of high-end and natural materials, charac[...]
La Portegna is a Spanish leather accessories brand.
The concept is based on travelling and the use of high quality fabrics.
All La Portegna pieces are made by hand in Spain (no s[...]
Hardgraft is an old english word meaning « real hard work ».
That’s also a beautiful collection of accessories that we found at the Pitti.
It’s the history of a young couple (he [...]
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