Large brown bag Hellébore

Nadège Seguy

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Large Hellebore bag. Undeniably feminine by the voluptuousness of its curves. A functional form thanks to its large format and its two ...
  • Material : Full grain calfskin mixed tanning and smooth full grain calfskin lining
  • Color : Light brown
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Large brown bag Hellébore

Nadège Seguy

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Large Hellebore bag. Undeniably feminine by the voluptuousness of its curves. A functional shape thanks to its large format and its two bellows with three pockets, one for the telephone, a flat pocket and a leather-covered pressure pocket. Hand sewn and machine sewn. Magnetic closure. Hand sewn handle. adjustable shoulder strap. 100% French leather. Ecological glue.

  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : No
  • Composition : Full grain calfskin
  • Size : L = 27 P = 7.5 H = 19 without the handle
  • Gender : Women
  • Dimensions : L = 27 P = 7.5 H = 19 without the handle

Full grain calfskin, mixed tanned brown leather top & smooth burgundy lining.

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Signature range, The choice of materials meets two criteria: ethical and sustainable. I mainly use cowhide and lambskin. I myself select each skin in French tanneries, for me it is a question of ethics, thus enhancing all the players who participate in the history of the product. The tactile aspect is in my opinion just as important as the visual. My models are lined in lamb or calfskin. The finished room is as warm inside as it is outside. Bark range, I chose to work with the Bastin tannery. Close to my workshop, it is one of the last to carry out extra-slow tanning * in Europe. It is a long and environmentally conscious process that uses tannins * giving the leather its unique character and its famous natural colors that will acquire a patina over time.