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 ALICE WATIER

 

Alice Watier founded her eponymous brand in 2016 for dynamic women looking for colorful leather goods. Each piece is handmade in her Parisian workshop, in unique copies or in very small series, depending on the quantity available of the same leather. Alice also offers an online customization service to turn more and more towards on-demand production and thus be closer to the desires of its customers, without unnecessarily producing stock.

 
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ANNE-SOPHIE BISEAU

While cycling around Paris, Anne-Sophie imagined bags and accessories adapted to our daily trips. Then, she sketched the lines of her first pieces, researched materials and made prototypes. Therefore, a first collection of practical and elegant models was born, made of vegetable-tanned leather and reflective materials, which can be attached and removed effortlessly on the luggage rack or on the handlebars. Perfect for safely holding our essentials, they are the ideal companions for our days.

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ATELIER

BALTUS

CHRISTINE ALEXIS

 

 

Atelier Baltus is an innovative concept of high-end leather goods bags and accessories, entirely made in France to help you find your items in 2 seconds.

 

This adventure started in 2016 with the aim of simplifying women's daily lives. Since then, the brand has moved forward with meaning to have a positive effect, both societal and environmental.

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AWAKE

LILIAN, FRED AND ELISE

 

Awake is a brand of watches made from recycled materials. From the dial to the bracelet, including the movement of the hands using solar energy; nothing has been left out.

Lilian Thibault, the founder, wishes to combine innovation and respect for the environment, and it is through these two pillars that he envisages our future for all.

 

Because the watch industry can also get involved alongside ready-to-wear:  Awake is the perfect example.

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BAG AFFAIR

RONJA NIELSEN 

 

The Bag Affair brand offers business bags for women both  practical, ethical and feminine. Active women often do not have the  good tools to achieve equality in the workplace and Bag Affair wants them  to help.

 

All bags are made in Europe from materials  European, mostly cork and are completely vegan.

 

In October  2020, RTFACT filed a patent for a new innovative material  combining cork and linen.

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CAHU

CLÉMENCE CAHU

Clémence saw them when she was a little girl. She was playing in the family owned factory of inflatable games. She saw this PVC fabric strips, luminous, shiny and smooth to the touch. Clémence took some with her and made a pencil case. Cahu was born. 

Today, she combines that same PVC fabric with the best cottons and the finest leathers to make beautiful and practical bags.

 
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CAVAL

ACHILLE GAZAGNES, SIMON DE SWARTE ET BENOÎT HABFAST

 

Caval was founded by three friends who once refused to wear symmetrical shoes.

The observation was simple : why should we wear the same shoes when we have two feet? Caval was born!

The creators give a lot of importance to the design and comfort of their shoes, but they don't stop here. With its 100% European production and its earth-friendly materials choices, Caval is a brand committed to the environment. It is also a brand which intends to have a positive social impact : Caval works with associations in order to act in favor of people with disabilities.

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DOMESTIQUE

Bastien Beny AND SIMON DELACOUR

Founded in 2016 by Bastien Beny and Simon Delacour, domestique (without capital 'd') is an accessory brand, inspired by desire and everyday objects.

The exclusive use of vegetable tanned leather from Italy make it possible to produce more sustainable pieces. 

Unlike fast fashion, the manufacture it's all done by hand and by order, in Paris. 

 

KAREN VOGT

Conducive to nomadism and our busy lives, the brand offers a new concept of judicious and modular bags to fit our daily needs and our diverse and varied activities. Karen Vogt's bags allow you to modulate volumes to better diversify uses. The designer's desire is to make women's lives easier and allow them to live, with their accessories, a sustainable and versatile fashion.

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LAJU PARIS

JUSTINE BOSSARD

 

Laju is a 100% responsible leather goods brand and 100%  French. A singular line, minimalist and refined, the collection is  one of a kind.

 

Thought as practical as it is aesthetic, the entirety of  the collection aims to correspond to different moments of our lives.  

All collections are  entirely made from reuse in a short, French circuit. Made between Paris and the center of France, Laju Paris creates its history with our French craftsmen.

 
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LÉON FLAM

LOUIS ÉPAULARD

 

Léon Flam is a house of high-end bags and accessories made in France since 1924. The brand was reborn in 2012 with new lines of leather goods inspired by the 1920s and the airmail adventure to accompany today's men and women. The products are entirely handmade by French craftsmen in noble, sustainable and local materials.

 
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LIRONIE

SOFÍA LOMBARDO

Lironie is a brand of accessories made in Paris. According to the designer SofÍa Lombardo, no one should never have to sacrifice sustainability for beauty and that's why the brand's philosophy is to offer a collection that combines fashion, craftsmanship and ecological awareness. Lironie has partnered with Adapta to offer upcycled, limited edition leather goods. Determined to avoid waste and overstock, Sofía Lombardo offers her accessories via a pre-order system.

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MAISON ÉDÈLE

EVA ENRICO

 

Maison Édèle is a young responsible leather goods company. Its mission is that women can wear a beautiful leather bag without doubting its origin or its manufacturing conditions. The values of the brand are quality, eco-responsibility, transparency and French savoir-faire at a fair price. Eva, the designer, with 8 years of experience in luxury leather goods, has the will to offer quality leather goods combining eco-friendly materials and 100% French manufacturing.

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MAISON PEAUX NEUVES

CLAIRE BARTHELMEBS ET LISA BERETVAS

Maison Peaux Neuves aims at restoring the balance between the earth, the ground and people by highlighting the savoir-faire and by enhancing an innovative material through leather goods : « grape » leather. This material directly meets the ecological convictions of the company : to create ? Yes, but by having the least impact as possible. Beyond this innovative material, Claire and Lisa have committed themselves by choosing suppliers in the local distribution channel. In addition to this, they have chosen to deliver their products by bikes in cities such as Paris or Lyon, and have the objective to make of Maison Peaux Neuves a zero waste company from now until 2021.

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MAKA DEVALL

NADÈGE GUILLARD

 

Authenticity, ecology and style : those bags are made for wandering souls. Ethics is in the DNA of MAKA DEVALL PARIS. Nadège Guillard designs beautiful products with quality and sustainable materials, such as vegetable-tanned salmon leather adapted from the tradition of the Siberian Nanais. The vision of the designer can be linked to cognitive fashion, thought and produced with assumed atypical people.

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OREGA PARIS

FLORIAN LAPP, SÉBASTIEN BONNEAUD, ADRIEN LEFEBVRE

 

OREGA is a brand that wishes to have a direct positive impact every time a product is purchased. The story started around the creation of fine leather goods, with the desire to highlight the work of artisans and their traditional savoir-faire. There are all shapes and sizes of handbags : therefore, OREGA tries to offer something different, combining creativity and meaning. The three co-founders not only think about the functionality and the visual identity of the object, but they also set up solidarity programs, which are currently taking place in Senegal. 

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PHI 1.618

JULIETTE ANGELETTI

 

Phi 1.618 is an environmentally responsible House of High-End Leather Goods made in France. Phi 1.618 was created in reference to the golden number φ which reigns over the most beautiful works of nature and mankind. All our creations respect this « divine proportion » which gives them singularity and timelessness. At Phi A.618, the whole grain leathers used for the production come from socks held by French luxury brands and their associated tanners. Phi 1.618 is a 100% French brand : the models are imagined, prototyped and manufactured in France, in accordance with the standard practice and saddler tradition and in limited edition…

 
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THYRS

DELPHINE LASBORDES

THYRS is a brand of eco-responsible leather goods for an urban and colorful daily life. In a committed and environmentally friendly approach, the collection is based on a range of bags offered in a colorful palette to accompany you on a daily basis.

The THYRS models, with their refined design, are timeless and of high quality: durable models that you can keep for a long time. They are made in France, from environmentally friendly materials, sourced as close as possible and certified. Delphine has the concern to create within a short manufacturing radius in order to limit the carbon footprint.

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YUNI YUNAN

LAURA DALALOY

 

The expression Yuni Yunan means “here and there” in Laotian: it illustrates the spirit of the brand which closely looks at shared values by the East and the West, such as handicraft and cultural heritage. The brand reinterprets the classic pieces of leather goods to enrich its vocabulary and pays tribute to the philosophy and poetry of one specific continent, while adapting to the dynamism and pragmatism of the other. Laura Dalaloy, the designer, fights against waste by using leathers and fabrics from unused stocks, and by structuring her products range regarding her own material scraps.

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