Cabas Guallatiri

LAMA

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€265
The bag for everything. Part of the Volcán collection, this tote, as they say in English, is mainly worn by women (but I think that ...
  • Material : Vegetable tanned leather
  • Color : Natural and solid brass
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Cabas Guallatiri

LAMA

€265

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This description has been automatically translated and may not be completely accurate.

The bag for everything. Part of the Volcán collection, this tote, as they say in English, is mainly worn by women (but I think it would be very good for men too), and he is my inseparable companion. The little story? At first, like many of my creations, I designed it for myself. To replace the typical cloth bag that gets dirty very quickly and starts to have holes after a few weeks of use. Of course, for shopping it was better than plastic bags, but I must have at least seven in my closet today. I thought I could do better.

  • Type precision : PAMPA leather banana belt bag
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Composition : Vegetable tanned leather
  • Size : Length handles 54cm. Base of the bag 29cm x 12,5cm. Zip length 38cm opening. Width of the sides 11cm. Front width 31 cm.
  • Dimensions : H34cm x W35cm x P7cm, handles 60cm aprox

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Made in one piece of full grain vegetable tanned leather without seams. Hardware: Solid brass. Adapted to your needs, it looks like you can put a lot of things in it; computer, water, your papers, your scarf, your errands, your bottle of wine, and more. Object made to have many lives.

Completely handmade, from design, through cutting and assembly, using traditional knowledge and new techniques.

Shipping throughout France.

Craftsman

Né au Chili en 1992, c'est a Santiago que Daniela Roa découvre sa passion pour le cuir. Pendant qu'elle fait des études d'ingénierie, la jeune fille, toujours attiré par le design, travaille à mi-temps dans une boutique de chaussures, où elle commence à expérimenter et apprendre toute seule à travailler le cuir en faisant des petits portefeuilles avec des chutes. Travailler avec ses mains la rend heureuse. Alors pendant sa 5ème année universitaire, elle décide de quitter son école pour partir vivre à la campagne Normande et devenir maroquinière. La créatrice, qui habite aujourd'hui dans une cabane dans les arbres, trouve son inspiration dans la nature et utilise ses connaissances mathématiques pour créer des objets durables, intemporels et esthétiques sans aucune couture. En recherche permanente, elle essaye de trouver les meilleurs matériaux, les plus résistants et écologiques, pour assurer des produits durables et en harmonie avec l’environnement.