Suede lambskin is particularly well-suited to making bags.
It is obtained from the inner layer of the skin and brushed to lift its fibres and make it very soft and velvety to the touch. It's an extremely soft and pliant lather to use.
Nubuck is a very soft, warm and breathable high-quality leather, similar to velvet. It is used in clothing, accessories, and home furnishings.
Pigskin leather is one of the strongest materials for manufacturing bags.
It features natural markings and porosity, while the special tanning it undergoes helps preserve all its natural properties.
A type of leather suitable for small leather goods. It has a thickness of 0.9 to 8 mm, a faint odour and a light colour that tends to darken over time.
A type of leather used for bags and rigid items such as bags for professionals. Thickness: 3 to 7 mm.
This section is created by dividing the animal's skin into two sheets: the Crust leather is the flesh side, while the Grain is the side of the fur.
One of the most prized leathers, it requires gentle processing comprising scraping, tanning and oxidation. It's suitable for footwear and clothing.
A delicate but very strong leather; with an elegant appearance, it is ideal for haute couture items. It's often processed by adding other materials, like cowhide.
A very popular trendy leather thanks to its originality. It is a very strong and easily worked material, suitable for clothing and small accessories likes key cases, belts, etc.
A very fine leather; soft and ductile but also strong. Its regular geometric weaves are much appreciated in haute couture.
This leather, also known as galuchat, has been used since the 1700s. It is delicate to work with and can acquire extra sheen by polishing. This material can be used in many fields, from clothing to furnishings.
Synonymous with wealth, this is the most prized leather in the sector; the most desirable parts are the belly and the sides. Its scaly nature means that specific tools are needed to process it; the final product needs life-long care.