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Item Code112AAO36

Leather card case 'minimal' shine

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$53.44 excl. tax and dutiesFixed shipping 4,000 JPY to foreign countries!
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SIZE (cm)
SizeWidthHeightDepth
サイズ高さマチ
Free117.51.5

Material

Material
Sheep Leather [Main]
Additional Info
CollectionClassic
BrandPATRICK STEPHAN
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DESCRIPTION
PATRICK STEPHAN Collection.

Minimal card case with glossy and soft sheepskin. Functionality with 3 pockets. This sheep leather is characterized by its softness and luster, and the sheepskin used by Patrick Stephan is one of the standard and long-used materials. The leather is shrunk and glazed to give the surface a shine. It is made soft by beating it to give it a very good finish with attention to the look and feel. This simple design is realized as it is made of leather that is so soft that it can be sewn on the reverse side.

PRODUCTION AREA

Made in Japan


About PATRICK STEPHAN

Designer: PATRICK STEPHAN

The designer Patrick Stephan was born in Ouessant in the Brittany region, northwest of France.

In a small island full of nature, he grew up in an environment where he was exposed to hand-sewn clothes made by his grandmother and the creations of craftsmen working on the island since his childhood, and was strongly influenced by them.
He spent his school days in Paris with the aim of pursuing a career in fashion, and after graduation, he acquired the technique of making clothes from various designers and skilled craftsmen such as Pearl of corset maker, Thierry Mugray and John Galliano.
He joined Dior's haute couture department in 1988 to further improve my art.
One day, when he visited a traditional Japanese craft exhibition in Paris, he was impressed by Japanese culture and delicate craftsmanship and decided to go to Japan. We began our activities in Japan in 2000.

Patrick Stephan's creative philosophy is the exploration of the possibilities of artistic beauty, blending Eastern and Western cultures and sensibilities, regional and contemporary and gender, and feminine and masculine, while continuing to pursue a kind of ultimate beauty with unique, elegant nuances.
With the key word of "minimal" and "Timeless" in expressing those things, they continue to produce with attention paid to the details of silhouette and volume.
At Patrick Stephan, each item is hand-finished, and even the geometric shape is hand-sewn in a realistic and minimal manner.

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