we offer two different types of leathers in our collection - Vegan leather and Calf leather.
Vegan leather is also known as faux leather, material is produced from synthetics without using any animal products (most vegan leather is made of polyuréthane). For people who love the look and functionality of leather but are committed to a lifestyle prohibiting the use of animal products, vegan leather is an appropriate choice.
Care for vegan leather
- Dust polyurethane leather with a microfiber cloth. A thick, woven microfiber cloth should attract dust and remove build up.
- Make a soap and warm water solution using a mild liquid detergent. Wipe the fabric gently with a non-abrasive sponge, until all the visible dirt is removed.
- Remove tough stains by spraying with an alcohol-based all-purpose cleaner. It will have a better chance of removing stains other than food and dirt.
- Wipe the surface dry with a lint-free towel.
Calfskin is particularly valuable because of its softness, fine grain, as well as durability. Our calf leather comes from one of the premium tanneries in Italy and is used by several well known luxury brands. All of our calf leather is full grain without any buffing or splitting. This means that only the clearest skins make the grade and all of the details and grain are the natural features of the hide.
Care for calf leather
Calf leather is a classic leather that represents High quality and durability. It is completely natural that scratching would occur over time. For advice on maintenance and care, the best option is to take your bag to a trusted leather goods beauty/repair shop.
- Wipe the leather regularly with a soft, dry cloth. This will remove most loose residue and buildup.
- Apply a spray-on or rub-on leather conditioner to the leather every few months to restore moisture to the leather. Properly conditioning the leather will prevent cracks, wrinkles, and over-drying of the calf's leather.