Maria Lamanna’s bags are little leather masterpieces, born from the creative spirit of the designer and crafted by the expert hands of artisans utilizing the finest quality leather.
The creation of each bag requires several hours of work. The first step involves cutting and finishing the hides, which are then tinted rigorously by hand, this is subsequently followed by the assembly stage, a process that requires extreme precision and patience.
The precise cut and the tinting of the edges are the defining characteristics of the manufacturing process, which is entrusted to expert craftsmen who work entirely by hand.
Maria Lamanna’s bags are made from hides that come exclusively from Italian tanneries, which are cut, processed, sewed and assembled by hand.
Maria Lamanna’s bags are unique items that draw inspiration from the sentiments and the everyday life of the young designer.
The name of each bag is also unique: Selva pays homage to Selva del Montello, Maria’s husband hometown, Mini Romeo is inspired by the story The Aristocats, a movie loved by her son, Blues celebrates blues music and in particular Billie Holiday, Papoose, which means Indian child of North America, was named after a road trip she experienced while visiting the United States.