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Made In NYC

We are proud to make all of our fine Italian leather handbags and small leather goods in New York City. Since 2011 we have been working with a family owned factory that has operated in the Flatiron District for nearly 40 years. We take pride in the strong personal relationship we maintain with the factory and visit regularly to guarantee the highest quality of our products.

Manufacturing in the US ensures that the health and safety of each worker is top priority. It also helps the small business owner who can't always compete with overseas factories. Lastly, producing in New York decreases costs, fuel and CO2 emissions from transportation, so our product is not only high quality but eco-friendly as well.

We are always looking for new ways to practice environmentally friendly behavior, which is why we are thrilled to announce our collaboration with Emgie Libris. Each book is made by hand in the US using dead stock paper and leftover leather from our past seasons. The books will be available in 3 sizes, with both lined and unlined paper options and launches in August, 2013.

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