Exotic skins and precious leathers have their own characteristics making each bag unique. It is natural for exotic skins to have some occasional markings or irregularities and should not be considered an imperfection.
Please note that we create our bags and accessories in compliance with CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora).
To keep your bag as beautiful and distinctive as the day you got it, follow these tips below:
While using your bag, avoid long exposures to sunlight, as this can fade the color of your bag. Keep away from water; if your bag does get wet, dry off gently with a lint free lightly colored cloth and let air dry. Do not use soaps or chemical agents to clean. Keep away from humid areas and extreme heat or cold, as this can crack the leather/skin. Avoid contact with anything that could transfer color pigments onto your bag, like magazines. Avoid rough surfaces as to not scratch your bag. Keep away from makeup and greasy products. To protect your bag when not using it, store it in the dust bag provided in a dry, temperature controlled environment away from light.
By following these care instructions, your handbag can last a lifetime. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Avoid contact with water or greasy products like lotion. Dry clean when needed. Store your scarf flat and keep in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
Keep your piece stored in the dust bag provided to avoid scratches and dirt buildup. Store each piece separately to avoid abrasion that can occur when mixed with other jewelry. Minimize exposure to moisture, chemicals such as perfumes and lotions, salt water and chlorine as repeated contact can cause your piece to tarnish. Use a soft cloth to gently clean your piece. Do not use a brush to clean. Do not immerse into water.