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DELVAUX × LEATHER MASTERY

The leather-good Maison unveils their brand new collection with the help of Koto Bolofo.

What does it take to become the oldest luxury fine leather goods house in the world? For Delvaux, the answer could not be more simple: dedicated, impassioned leather curation. Prioritising technique and quality over trends and mass production, Delvaux has carefully curated specialised formulas to create leather handbags and goods that feel well-loved yet brand new all at once. And, what better name to call it than something that lies deep at the Maison’s rich core: Leather Mastery.

Continuing to reinterpret two of its most quintessential bags, the collection incorporates new leather working techniques that demonstrate Delvaux’s commitment to furthering and expanding its legacy far beyond its own expectations. With new artisanship beginning with the Leather D technique, Delvaux provides a unique treatment to its emblematic pieces: the Brilliant and the Pin. Beginning with how the leather of each product feels, Delvaux opt for a water jet-cut leather that adds supple touches to its furnished look. Furthermore, delicate hand-sewn D-shaped tiles and an Enlaced technique are seen to ensure maximum flexibility and stretch — creating a leather good that will withstand any use, any time, and any weather.

Brought to life by L’Oeil de Koto Bolofo, a series of portraits of extraordinary women, Delvaux emanate expert craftsmanship while maintaining the ethos of its founders from Brussels all the way back in 1829.

Speaking of their partnership with the brand, Koto Bolofo says, “We are at a time when progress and modernity are really strong, and what Delvaux showed to me is that it could stand the test of time. So that’s why I said to myself, let’s bring this into a modern age, they’ll be modern anyway because they will always be travelling with the modernity of time”.

To shop the collection now, head to Delvaux.com now…

DELVAUX × LEATHER MASTERY

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