Cleaning and Care


As a natural material, leather requires looking after. If you care for the leather in the right way, it will become even more beautiful over time.

To remove small scratches, use a clean fingertip to gently rub out the scratch. The natural oils in your skin will remove most small scratches. To remove dirt, grime or surface residue, use a soft, damp (not wet) cloth. Gently rub - don't scrub - for removal.

Over time if you see the need for cleaning, use a soft brush to remove any dust. Once or twice a year for thorough cleaning, use the foam from soap flakes stirred in warm water. Apply the foam with a dry soft cloth, minimising any contact with water. Avoid bar soap, leather cleaners, household


How to Store Leather


Remember that leather is a natural material and should be stored in a breathable bag, not plastic, to prevent the growth of mildew and bacteria. For handbags and travel bags, store in the provided dust bag when not in use and stuff the item with tissue or soft fabric. Doing these two things will keep the bag shape correct and protect the leather over time. To prevent creases from forming in your leather over time, make sure not to rest anything on top of the leather, and to not let it fold on itself unnecessarily. Last, but not least, please always store leather in a cool, dry place.


For Unexpected Stains, Marks, and Color Transfer


If your leather gets wet, wipe it dry as soon as possible and store your item upright and stuffed with dry fabric (for handbags/toiletry bags/travel bags) while it airs out. For small scratches, gently rub your finger over the mark until it minimizes. The natural oil in your skin will naturally condition the mark out over time. You can also use our leather cleaner/conditioner to reduce the appearances of scratches. To prevent color transfer onto your leather, please take extra care when using your colored and black leather products near light-colored fabric (or vice-versa) as color may rub off over time and use. This is especially true in humid or damp weather. For lining care, spot treat with a baby wipe or damp cloth to minimize stains.


Velvety Leathers Care


This velvety leather is tanned specially to leave a natural finish that can scuff when used. This is a natural quality of the leather that comes from the vegetable tanning process, and any markings that develop on the leather are considered hallmarks of this leather type. To care for your velvety leather, follow these special steps:

Spot clean as needed with a dry soft cloth

Minimize any markings by gently rubbing your finger over the area of issue until the natural oils in your skin conditions the leather.

Please do not use any leather cleaner or conditioner on this leather as it will stain the leather surface.


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