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KARTU is a brand born in Lithuania, with a Nordic design leather handbags introducing a minimalist alternative to natural leather accessories. Timeless, but created applying modern design tendencies kARTu handbags are for personalities living to the city rhythm and style.   We interview the designer of KARTU Studio, Ingrida

Riley Versa is a line of bags created by Melissa, who grew up in New York City working in fashion PR and interning at Saks Fifth Avenue and Condé Nast’s W Magazine. In the late 2015 she founded the handbag's brand Riley Versa, a line of bags

Discover more about the Hungarian designer plus special surprise for all readers! Read more: We interview Annamária Pap, a product designer specialized in designing bags from leather and who started working with leather since the age of 12. After she finished her product designer studies at the university

Likapa is a brand designed and created by Hazal Kurtulus, a Turkish designer whose education was divided among Turkey, Italy and Japan. The brand merges the innovation of a unique, contemporary and unconventional design with the use of a mix of techniques and materials, which range from

Isalda is a Spanish brand based in Madrid founded in 2016 by Isabel Fernández Lanza. Formed by the Instituto Europeo di Design as a designer, she specializes in leather goods by the Loewe Foundation and she has extensive national and international experience in the fashion industry.

After graduating from Parsons School of Design in New York and London College of Fashion, Elena Karavasili found her identity as a designer. I loved working with leather and creating objects that interacted with the body so I started developing my line of handbags.   As she says: I

Since 2016 Nasire is joining two worlds with Zurich as the cradle of design and Marrakech as the center of production. Powerful, clear lines not only represent the design but also reflect Marrakech’s architecture. It is architecture, unlike fashion, that outlives short-term trends and this