Alice Watier is a brand for dynamic women looking for leather goods in vibrant colors and who share the brand's values.
Each model is hand-crafted in the designer's Parisian workshop, in one-of-a-kind pieces or in very small series, depending on the quantity of the same leather available.
Alice also offers an online personalization service, in line with her growing commitment to on-demand production, to be as close as possible to her customer's desires and to avoid unnecessary production.
While cycling around Paris, Anne-Sophie came up with the idea of creating bags and accessories for everyday travel.
She designed her first collection of practical, elegant models, made from vegetable-tanned leather and reflective materials.
The bags are easy to attach and remove from the luggage rack or handlebars.
Atelier Farny designs and hand-makes its limited edition bags with the utmost care. The models are offered in different leathers, so each bag is made in very small quantities or even as a unique model.
Atelier Farny favors short circuits and uses upcycling networks to find original, high-quality leathers, using the dead stocks of major brands or associated suppliers.
Bag Affair offers business bags and accessories for women. Practical, trendy and ethical, the bags are all made from plant-based materials. The brand works with two production sites, in Portugal and France.
All products are 100% vegan and compostable, thanks to a new patented material. This material, known as CORKonLINEN, is made from Portuguese cork and French linen, materials that have less impact on our planet and encourage short circuits. A truly circular solution!
ANNA CHALLANT ET PAUL FINELLI
Caire offers elegant, innovative, vegan leather goods using eco-responsible materials, without compromising on creativity.
The search for new, non-animal alternatives is a driving force in the brand's creative process.
The studio is located in Paris, on rue du Caire, a dynamic and inspiring district.
Caire finds its phonetic equivalent in English, with the word "Care".
Each piece is born of an inspiration. Danila draws on the details and experiences of a garment, which she will divert to give each bag its own character and identity.
The handles, mounted on metal eyelets, are inspired by the fastening system of western saddles. The lining is always coordinated with the color of the leather, and a jewel-message hangs from one of the handles, like a good-luck charm.
Furthermore, each creation is signed and hot-stamped into the leather.
BASTIEN BENY ET SIMON DELACOUR
Founded in 2016 by Bastien Beny and Simon Delacour, domestique is a versatile accessories brand, inspired by desire and everyday objects.
The exclusive use of vegetable-tanned leathers from Italy allows for more durable pieces. The designers also like to give their customers invaluable care advices.
INCXNNUE reinvents the art of leather goods in a neo-artisanal process combining 3D printing and craftsmanship.
The founder Laura Deweilde advocates innovation, progress and boldness in proposing the shapes and materials of tomorrow.
Her non-conformist creations are the result of an unusual fusion between the revalorization of unexpected materials (powdered oyster shells, for example) through 3D printing, leather sourced from the dead stocks of luxury houses, and handwork on each piece.
After transforming the material, she models her creations to create the most singular designs.
ISLI is a circular and ecological design studio founded in 2019 by Karima Bidar.
Inspired and driven by her dual French-Moroccan culture, Karima infuses her creations with her taste for Paris and the pleasure she takes in wandering in the streets of Casablanca every summer.
All of ISLI's creations are conceived in circularly, with top-quality materials discarded to create unique and new pieces.
Whether for bags, lamps or jewelry, the brand's eco-conscious approach means that only one limited-edition collection of products is produced each year. As a result, customers buy exclusive products that have minimal impact on the environment.
Laju is a 100% responsible, 100% French leather goods brand.
Designer Justine Bossard offers singular, minimalist and uncluttered pieces.
As practical as they are aesthetically pleasing, all the pieces are designed to correspond to different moments of our lives.
LIRONIE is a brand of accessories made in Paris.
For the designer Sofia Lombardo, sustainability should never have to be sacrificed for beauty, which is why the brand's philosophy is to offer a collection that combines fashion, craftsmanship and ecological awareness.
LIRONIE has teamed up with Adapta to offer upcycled leather goods in limited series.
Determined to avoid waste and overstock, Sofia Lombardo sells her accessories via a pre-order system.
Phi 1.618 is a "Maison de Haute Maroquinerie" (a leather good House) eco-friendly and made in France.
The brand was created in reference to the golden ratio φ, which governs the most beautiful works of nature and man.
All the creations respect this "divine proportion", which gives them singularity and timelessness.
Phi 1.618 is a 100% French brand: models are imagined, prototyped and manufactured in France, according to the rules of the saddlery tradition and in limited series. The full-grain leathers used come from stocks held by French luxury brands and their associated tanners.
Today, fashion must play an active part in the ecological transition, and we can't consider a leather goods product as an everyday consumer good.
THYRS moves away from fashion practices, favoring exclusive small-series capsules rather than seasonal collections.
The brand also chooses to be transparent about the manufacturing radius of its products, measured in km, and to sell directly, exclusively on its website.
Yuni Yunan means "here and there" in Laotian, an expression that illustrates the spirit of the brand, which closely observes the values shared by East and West, such as craftsmanship and cultural heritage.
The brand reinterprets leather goods classics to enrich its vocabulary, paying tribute to the philosophy and poetry of one continent, while adapting to the dynamism and pragmatism of the other.
Designer Laura Dalaloy fights against waste by sourcing French leathers and fabrics from dormant stocks, and structuring her product range around her own offcuts.