The leathers
The leathers
Animal hides and skins are the raw materials from which the Jérôme Dreyfuss leather goods are made. The skins are sensitive, living materials which change over time.

Each skin has its own unique texture and grain, which appeals to all five senses, especially touch and smell. The value placed by Jérôme Dreyfuss on natural and organic materials epitomises its relationship with creation and the world at large.
All the skins are tanned using intricate, traditional methods yielding soft, supple and delicate pieces.

Lambskin5

Jérôme Dreyfuss has been using lambskin to make his creations since he started his leather goods line. Lambskin is supple, soft and light and and its dermis is fine. When it is vegetable-tanned, the transparency of the natural pigments highlights its delicacy. The properties of the skins may differ depending on where they are sourced. The skins from New Zealand are called “Bubble” lambskin while those from England are especially smooth.

Croco bordeaux
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Material

Lambskins are tanned in the mass then heat embossed with a crocodile skin design. The leather is then softened in large drums. A completely transparent aniline finish reveals the natural grain of the lambskin. Vegetable tanning.

Origin of the leather: New Zealand, tanning Made in France

Maintenance

At the beginning, wear your dark colored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the accessory onto articles of clothing.

Regularly apply a non-greasy and without silicon nourishing cream (Test along the interior of the bag or a less visible corner before applying to the rest of the bag).

Protect from heat sources.

Leather acquires a patina over time, it is a living and natural material. The delicacy with which you maintain your accessory will allow you to keep it for a long time.

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily.

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the lambskin could tear. 

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather. 

Avoid contact with water. Beware that humidity may increase colour transfer and bleeding onto clothing.

Croco bordeaux
Croco bordeaux
Petrol
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Material

New Zealand lambskin has a naturally bubbled finish. Very popular in the 80’s, today it is back in ready-to-wear clothing and accessories. This leather is soft and lightweight. Bubble lambskin gives a casual-chic look to your accessories. The Petrole version has been washed for a more intense bubble effect.

Origin of the leather: New Zealand, vegetable tanning Made in France

Maintenance

At the beginning, wear your dark colored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the accessory onto articles of clothing.

Regularly apply a non-greasy and without silicon nourishing cream (Test along the interior of the bag or a less visible corner before applying to the rest of the bag). 

Protect from heat sources.

Leather acquires a patina over time, it is a living and natural material. The delicacy with which you maintain your accessory will allow you to keep it for a long time.

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily. 

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the lambskin could tear. 

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather. 

Avoid contact with water. Beware that humidity may increase colour transfer and bleeding onto clothing.

Petrol
Petrol
Vert grainé
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Material

This skins from France naturally grained are soft and light. Their finishing aniline is transparent and preserves the naturel aspect of the leather.

Origin of the leather: France, tanning Made in Italy

Maintenance

At the beginning, wear your dark colored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the accessory onto articles of clothing.

Regularly apply a non-greasy and without silicon nourishing cream (Test along the interior of the bag or a less visible corner before applying to the rest of the bag).

Protect from heat sources.

Leather acquires a patina over time, it is a living and natural material. The delicacy with which you maintain your accessory will allow you to keep it for a long time.

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily.

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the lambskin could tear.

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.

Avoid contact with water. Beware that humidity may increase colour transfer and bleeding onto clothing.

Vert grainé
Vert grainé
Noir bubble
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Material

New Zealand lambskin has a naturally bubbled finish. Very popular in the 80’s, today it is back in ready-to-wear clothing and accessories. This leather is soft and lightweight. Bubble lambskin gives a casual-chic look to your accessories.

Origin of the leather : New Zealand

Vegetable tanning Made in France

Maintenance

Regularly apply a non-greasy and without silicon nourishing cream (Test along the interior of the bag or a less visible corner before applying to the rest of the bag).

At the beginning, wear your dark colored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the accessory onto articles of clothing.

Warning: your dark clothes might stain on your accessory if the color is not properly fixed.

Protect from heat sources.

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily.

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the material could tear.

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.

Avoid contact with water. Beware that humidity may increase colour transfer and bleeding onto clothing.

Leather is a living and natural material. Using your accessory with delicacy will allow you to keep it longer.

Noir bubble
Noir bubble
Noir lisse
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Material

Calfskin is the noble leather of the leather goods world. These little calves have natural grain and wrinkles thanks to a transparent dye that respects the animal’s dermis. Very flexible, this material is nevertheless resistant to use.

Origin of the leather : New Zealand

Tanned in Italy

Maintenance

Regularly apply a non-greasy and without silicon nourishing cream (Test along the interior of the bag or a less visible corner before applying to the rest of the bag).

At the beginning, wear your darkcolored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the accessory onto articles of clothing.

Protect from heat sources.

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily.

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the material could tear.

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.

Avoid contact with water. Beware that humidity may increase colour transfer and bleeding onto clothing.

Leather is a living and natural material. Using your accessory with delicacy will allow you to keep it longer.

Noir lisse
Noir lisse
Goatskin6

Goatskin leather is very dense, which is where it derives its structure and stiffness! It is the perfect material for leather workers! Its dermis is more resistant to friction than lambskin and the products last longer. Thanks to the expertise of our leather tanners we are able to offer a broad range of goatskin leathers from various sources, all with their own unique characteristics. For example, the goatskin from Madras in India is grained as opposed to that from Nigeria which is ridged.

Noircie bougainvilliers
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Material

After sanding the surface of the goatskins to create a velvety soft finish, they are tanned in the mass. They are then waxed to create a blackened effect on the surface. Vegetable tanning.

Origin of the leather: India, vegetable tanning Made in France

Maintenance

Brush before the first use with a soft brush and waterproof with a dedicated spray (to spray at least at 20 cm). You can repeat this operation regularly.

Wear your dark-colored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the articles of clothing onto your accessory.

Warning: your dark clothes might stain on your accessory if the color is not properly fixed.

Protect from heat sources.

Leather acquires a patina over time, it is a living and natural material. The delicacy with which you maintain your accessory will allow you to keep it for a long time.

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily.

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the goatskin could tear.

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.

Avoid contact with water. Beware that humidity may increase colour transfer and bleeding onto clothing.

Noircie bougainvilliers
Noircie bougainvilliers
Lamé or
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Material

The goatskins have been tanned in a unique colour. A metallic film with a lizard pattern was applied on the velvet side for better adhesion. The skins were then washed.

Origin of the leathers: India, tanning made in Italy

Maintenance

Protect from heat sources.

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily.

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the material could tear.

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.

Avoid contact with water. Beware that humidity may increase colour transfer and bleeding onto clothing.

Leather is a living and natural material. Using your accessory with delicacy will allow you to keep it longer.

Lamé or
Lamé or
Lamé champagne
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Material

The goatskins have been tanned in a unique colour. A metallic film with a lizard pattern was applied on the velvet side for better adhesion. The skins were then washed.

Origin of the leather: Nigeria, tanning made in Italy

Maintenance

Protect from heat sources.

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily.

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the material could tear.

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.

Avoid contact with water. Beware that humidity may increase colour transfer and bleeding onto clothing.

Leather is a living and natural material. Using your accessory with delicacy will allow you to keep it longer.

Lamé champagne
Lamé champagne
Noir brillante
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Material

The highly distinctive appearance of this type of goatskin gives accessories a ‘70s look. This thick leather provides our models with wonderful structure. This leather is dyed using vegetable-based tanning agents.

Origin of the leather : Nigéria / Vegtable-based tanning done in France.

Maintenance

Regularly apply a non-greasy and without silicon nourishing cream (Test along the interior of the bag or a less visible corner before applying to the rest of the bag).

At the beginning, wear your dark-colored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the accessory onto articles of clothing.

Protect from heat sources.

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily.

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the material could tear.

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.

Avoid contact with water. Beware that humidity may increase colour transfer and bleeding onto clothing.

Leather is a living and natural material. Using your accessory with delicacy will allow you to keep it longer.

Noir brillante
Noir brillante
Noir grainée
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Material

These skins are thick and textured. The grain is natural, each skin is unique. A timeless classic.

Origin of the leathers: India 100% vegetal, tanning made in Italy

Maintenance

In the beginning, wear your dark coloured accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the accessory onto articles of clothing.

Regularly apply a non-greasy and without silicon nourishing cream (Test along the interior of the bag or a less visible corner before applying to the rest of the bag).

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily.

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the lambskin could tear.

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.

Protect from heat sources.

Avoid contact with water.

Beware that humidity may increase color transfer and bleeding into clothing.

Noir grainée
Noir grainée
Split suede5

The split is located underneath the dermis of the skin. It is generally used with a velvet finish, sometimes referred to as “suede”. It was widely sucessful in the 70s, a period that has always inspired Jérôme Dreyfuss.

Tabac
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Material

Velvet split suede gives your accessory a 70s hippy chic spirit. The moire, or imprinted affect, gives the leather both a texture and embossed aspect. These finishes are obtained by sanding the leather until the desired effect is achieved.

Origin of the leather Europe, tanning made in Italy

Maintenance

 Before using your accessory use a soft brush (to remove dust from the manufacturing process) and apply a waterproof spray. Reapply the waterproof spray regularly.

At the beginning, wear your dark colored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the accessory onto articles of clothing.

Wear your light-colored accessory with light clothing to avoid color transfer from the articles of clothing onto your accessory.

Warning: your dark clothes might stain on your accessory if the color is not properly fixed.

Protect from heat sources.

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily.

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the material could tear.

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.

Leather is a living and natural material. Using your accessory with delicacy will allow you to keep it longer

Tabac
Tabac
Olive
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Material

The under layer of calfskin was sanded for a velvet finish. The skins were tanned in the mass. 

Origin of the leather Europe, tanning made in Italy

Maintenance

Before using your accessory use a soft brush (to remove dust from the manufacturing process) and apply a waterproof spray (to spray at least at 20 cm).

Reapply the waterproof spray regularly.

At the beginning, wear your dark colored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the accessory onto articles of clothing.

Protect from heat sources. Leather acquires a patina over time, it is a living and natural material. The delicacy with which you maintain your accessory will allow you to keep it for a long time.

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily. 

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the material could tear. 

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances. 

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.

Olive
Olive
Léopard chamois
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Material

The velvet crust gives your accessory a 70’s spirit, very hippie chic. The under layer of calfskin was sanded for a velvet finish. The skins were tanned in the mass. Regarding leopard kaki and tie & dye, a double dyeing has been applied to avoid a disgorgement of the colour, then the print has been done on the surface.

Origin of the leather Europe, tanning made in Italy

Maintenance

Before using your accessory use a soft brush (to remove dust from the manufacturing process) and apply a waterproof spray. Reapply the waterproof spray regularly.

At the beginning, wear your dark colored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the accessory onto articles of clothing.

Wear your light-colored accessory with light clothing to avoid color transfer from the articles of clothing onto your accessory.

Warning: your dark clothes might stain on your accessory if the color is not properly fixed.

Protect from heat sources.

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily.

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the material could tear.

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.

Leather is a living and natural material. Using your accessory with delicacy will allow you to keep it longer.

Léopard chamois
Léopard chamois
Print tapis
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Material

The under layer of calfskin was sanded for a velvet finish. The skins were tanned in the mass. A double dyeing has been applied to avoid a disgorgement of the colour, then the print has been done on the surface.

Origin of the leather Europe, tanning made in Italiy

Maintenance

Before using your accessory use a soft brush (to remove dust from the manufacturing process) and apply a waterproof spray (to spray at least at 20 cm). Reapply the waterproof spray regularly. 

At the beginning, wear your dark colored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the accessory onto articles of clothing. 

Wear your light-colored accessory with light clothing to avoid color transfer from the articles of clothing onto your accessory. 

Protect from heat sources. 

Leather acquires a patina over time, it is a living and natural material.

The delicacy with which you maintain your accessory will allow you to keep it for a long time.

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily. 

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the material could tear.

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.

Print tapis
Print tapis
Noir
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Material

Velvet split suede gives your accessory a 70s hippy chic spirit. The moire, or imprinted affect, gives the leather both a texture and embossed aspect. These finishes are obtained by sanding the leather until the desired effect is achieved.

Origin of the leather: Europe, tanning made in Italy

Maintenance

Before using your accessory use a soft brush (to remove dust from the manufacturing process) and apply a waterproof spray. Reapply the waterproof spray regularly.

At the beginning, wear your dark colored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the accessory onto articles of clothing.

Wear your light-colored accessory with light clothing to avoid color transfer from the articles of clothing onto your accessory.

Warning: your dark clothes might stain on your accessory if the color is not properly fixed.

Protect from heat sources.

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily.

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the material could tear.

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.

Leather is a living and natural material. Using your accessory with delicacy will allow you to keep it longer.

Noir
Noir
Calfskin3

Calfskin goes hand in hand leather goods. The size of these skins makes it possible to do large cuts and there fore make large models. The bigger the animal, the thicker and tougher its skin will be.

Croco gris
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Material

After sanding the surface of the calfskins to create a velvety soft finish, they are dyed in the mass.

Origin of the leather: Australia, tanning Made in Italy

Maintenance

Brush before the first use with a soft brush and waterproof with a dedicated spray (to spray at least at 20 cm). You can repeat this operation regularly. 

Wear your light-colored accessory with light clothing to avoid color transfer from the articles of clothing onto your accessory.

Warning: your dark clothes might stain on your accessory if the color is not properly fixed.

Protect from heat sources. 

Leather acquires a patina over time, it is a living and natural material. The delicacy with which you maintain your accessory will allow you to keep it for a long time.

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily.

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the material could tear.

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather. 

Avoid contact with water. Beware that humidity may increase colour transfer and bleeding onto clothing.

Croco gris
Croco gris
Rouille
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Material

The skins have been lightly sanded for a velvety touch and thus obtain this luminous color.

Origin of the leather: New Zealand, tanning Made in Italy

Maintenance

Brush before the first use with a soft brush and waterproof with a dedicated spray (to spray at least at 20 cm). You can repeat this operation regularly.

Wear your dark-colored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the articles of clothing onto your accessory. 

Warning: your dark clothes might stain on your accessory if the color is not properly fixed. 

Protect from heat sources.

Leather acquires a patina over time, it is a living and natural material. The delicacy with which you maintain your accessory will allow you to keep it for a long time.

Be careful not to hang your accessory, the calf could tear.

Beware of the friction of your accessory on abrasive surfaces.

Avoid prolonged contact with water, humidity enhances color migration on clothing.

Rouille
Rouille
Noir
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Material

Calfskin is the noble leather of the leather goods world. These little calves have natural grain and wrinkles thanks to a transparent dye that respects the animal’s dermis. Very flexible, this material is nevertheless resistant to use.

Origin of the leather : New Zealand

Tanned in Italy

Maintenance

Regularly apply a non-greasy and without silicon nourishing cream (Test along the interior of the bag or a less visible corner before applying to the rest of the bag).

At the beginning, wear your darkcolored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the accessory onto articles of clothing.

Protect from heat sources.

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily.

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the material could tear.

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.

Avoid contact with water. Beware that humidity may increase colour transfer and bleeding onto clothing.

Leather is a living and natural material. Using your accessory with delicacy will allow you to keep it longer.

Noir
Noir
Cowskin4

Like calfskin, cowhide is very often used for leather goods due to the size of these skins which can be used to make very long straps and which allow whole cuts for the XL models. Cowhide leather also brings to mind the traditional vegetable tanning used for horse-riding accessories, saddlery and leather goods.

Gold
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Material

Authenticity and tradition come into the collection with this thick cowskin tanned in the purest tradition of the plant. This leather evokes the equestrian universe, vintage accessories ... products for life. The light colours react to light, the colour gold will darken gradually. 

Origin of the leather: France (Brittany), tanning made in Itay. 

Maintenance

Regularly apply a non-greasy and without silicon nourishing cream (Test along the interior of the bag or a less visible corner before applying to the rest of the bag).

In the beginning, wear your dark-colored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the accessory onto articles of clothing.

Wear your light-colored accessory with light clothing to avoid color transfer from the articles of clothing onto your accessory.

Warning: your dark clothes might stain on your accessory if the color is not properly fixed.

Protect from heat sources.

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily.

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the material could tear.

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.

Avoid contact with water. Beware that humidity may increase color transfer and bleeding onto clothing.

Leather is a living and natural material. Using your accessory with delicacy will allow you to keep it longer.

Gold
Gold
Kirsh
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Material

Authenticity and tradition come into the collection with this thick cowskin tanned in the purest tradition of the plant. This leather evokes the equestrian universe, vintage accessories ... products for life. The light colours react to light, the colour gold will darken gradually. 

Origin of the leather: France (Brittany), tanning made in Itay. 

Maintenance

Regularly apply a non-greasy and without silicon nourishing cream (Test along the interior of the bag or a less visible corner before applying to the rest of the bag).

In the beginning, wear your dark-colored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the accessory onto articles of clothing.

Wear your light-colored accessory with light clothing to avoid color transfer from the articles of clothing onto your accessory.

Warning: your dark clothes might stain on your accessory if the color is not properly fixed.

Protect from heat sources.

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily.

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the material could tear.

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.

Avoid contact with water. Beware that humidity may increase color transfer and bleeding onto clothing.

Leather is a living and natural material. Using your accessory with delicacy will allow you to keep it longer.

Kirsh
Kirsh
Noir
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Material

Authenticity and tradition come into the collection with this thick cowhide tanned in the purest tradition of the plant. This leather evokes the equestrian universe, vintage accessories ... products for life. The light colors react to light, the color gold will darken gradually.

Origin of the leather: France (Brittany), tanning made in Italy.

Maintenance

Regularly apply a non-greasy and without silicon nourishing cream (Test along the interior of the bag or a less visible corner before applying to the rest of the bag).

In the beginning, wear your dark-colored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the accessory onto articles of clothing.

Wear your light-colored accessory with light clothing to avoid color transfer from the articles of clothing onto your accessory.

Warning: your dark clothes might stain on your accessory if the color is not properly fixed.

Protect from heat sources.

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily.

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the material could tear.

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.

Avoid contact with water. Beware that humidity may increase color transfer and bleeding onto clothing.

Leather is a living and natural material. Using your accessory with delicacy will allow you to keep it longer.

Noir
Noir
Croco noir
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Material

On large cow skins an ‘embossage’ with a croco pattern has been applied. A material that became Neo-classic.

Origin of the leathers: Europe, Made in Italy

Maintenance

Regularly apply a non-greasy and without silicon nourishing cream (Test along the interior of the bag or a less visible corner before applying to the rest of the bag).

At the beginning, wear your dark-colored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the accessory onto articles of clothing.

Protect from heat sources.

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the material could tear.

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.

Avoid contact with water. Beware that humidity may increase color transfer and bleeding onto clothing.

Leather is a living and natural material. Using your accessory with delicacy will allow you to keep it longer.

Croco noir
Croco noir
Taurillon1

The skins of the taurilllon come from the family tannery in the SouthWest of France created in 1927. The taurillon has been known for its resistance and its authentic aspect. On the nubuck finishing touch, a treatment anti-disgorging and water repellent has been applied, the peach skin like touch of the nubuck has been protected.

Croco moka
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Material

The skins of the taurilllon come from the family tannery in the South-West of France created in 1927. The taurillon has been known for its resistance and its authentic aspect. On the nubuck finishing touch, a treatment anti-disgorging and water repellent has been applied, the peach skin like touch of the nubuck has been protected. A crocodile skin design is heat embossed on large pieces of cowhide.

Origin of the leather Europe, tanning made in France

Maintenance

Before using your accessory use a soft brush (to remove dust from the manufacturing process) and apply a waterproof spray (to spray at least at 20 cm). Reapply the waterproof spray regularly.

At the beginning, wear your dark colored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the accessory onto articles of clothing.

Protect from heat sources.

Leather acquires a patina over time, it is a living and natural material. The delicacy with which you maintain your accessory will allow you to keep it for a long time

Croco moka
Croco moka
Nylon regénéré 2

Jérôme Dreyfuss has included in his new collection some of his models in regenerated nylon fibers, with his partner Aquafil®. This Italian company has developed, through their research, the Econyl® material, produced from industrial waste, carpeting, fishing nets and used nylon.

Noir
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Material

This nylon fabric from the unisex line is made of 60% recycled polyamide thanks to a virtuous supply of waste from our Italian weaver.

Made in Italy

Maintenance

Dust off with a soft brush.

Clean with natural soap and wash with water without any chemical products (except for the leather parts) then air dry.

Protect from heat sources.

Using your accessory with delicacy will allow you to keep it longer.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.

Noir
Noir
Kaki
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Material

This nylon fabric from the unisex line is made of 60% recycled polyamide thanks to a virtuous supply of waste from our Italian weaver.

Made in Italy

Maintenance

Dust off with a soft brush.

Clean with natural soap and wash with water without any chemical products (except for the leather parts) then air dry.

Protect from heat sources.

Using your accessory with delicacy will allow you to keep it longer.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.

Kaki
Kaki
Python2

The python seduces by its exoticism and is synonymous with luxury. He is part of the reptile’s family. It is easily recognizable thanks to its very cut scales which give the relief and the body to the accessories. The python skin is fine and flexible. Like all reptiles, the python has scales which vary in size depending on where they are located. The ventral scales are larger whilst the dorsal scales are fine and covered with the animal’s natural marks.

Python noir
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Material

The python seduces by its exoticism and is synonymous with luxury. He is part of the reptile’s family. It is easily recognizable thanks to its very cut scales which give the relief and the body to the accessories. Our ‘funky’ colour features the python’s natural dorsal markings. After tanning and dying in the mass, the central spots are painted by hand. The skins are then tumble finished in a drum for a sleeker look and waxy feel.

Noir : Origin of the leather Indonesia, tanning made in Italy.

Maintenance

Warning only for black colour: Rejuvenate the leather by applying a nourishing cream specified for use on snakeskin and reptile leather. (Test along the interior of the bag or a less visible corner before applying to the rest of the bag).

At the beginning, wear your dark colored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the accessory onto articles of clothing.

Protect from heat sources.

Avoid rubbing your accessory on abrasive or raised surfaces, a scale could catch on and your accessory could tear.

Avoid contact with water. Beware that humidity may increase colour transfer and bleeding onto clothing.

Leather is a living and natural material. Using your accessory with delicacy will allow you to keep it longer.

Python noir
Python noir
Python jean's
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Material

The python seduces by its exoticism and is synonymous with luxury. He is part of the reptile’s family. It is easily recognizable thanks to its very cut scales which give the relief and the body to the accessories. For the jean’s, the colour is dyed in such a way that the skin takes on a deeper hue than the scales. Then the skins are sanded two times to create a stonewashed jeans effect.

Origin of the leather Vietnam, tanning in Italy

Maintenance

At the beginning, wear your light-colored accessory with light clothing to avoid color transfer from the articles of clothing onto your accessory. 

Protect from heat sources. 

Leather acquires a patina over time, it is a living and natural material. The delicacy with which you maintain your accessory will allow you to keep it for a long time.

Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily.

Avoid snagging your accessory, as the python could tear.

Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.

Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather. 

Avoid contact with water. Beware that humidity may increase colour transfer and bleeding onto clothing.

Python jean's
Python jean's