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Peau de Chagrin creates beautiful objects that are beautifully made. We travel across Europe to uncover the disappearing knowledge applied to the artisanal making of accessories and preparation of materials. The objects are born from an intimate collaboration with master craftsmen to transform an idea into something physically tangible, designed to last generations, not years. The accessories are produced in limited volume as they are hand made with care to superlative standards and avoid toxic treatment of materials commonly used in the production of most leather goods.
Based in London, Georgia Hardinge launched her label in 2010 and began to build her identity as a sculptural designer. Georgia’s Autumn Winter 2011 “Merit Award” win granted her first stand-alone runway show at Fashion Scout. Since then she has continued to shine with celebrated collaborations including Victoria Secret and Lancôme. Most recently Georgia was awarded the “BFC Contemporary” sponsorship by The British Fashion Council.
Design duo Sarah & Sorrentino is Sarah Pasricha and Louisa Sorrentino. Sarah started out working for Ralph Lauren in New York before embarking on a career in textiles for film. Meanwhile, Louisa studied for an MA in Textile Design at Chelsea College of Art & Design. The pair then worked together for many years as Textile Artists for the Film Industry.
They've dressed international film stars and French aristocrats. Couturiers since the 1980s, Didier Lecoanet and Hemant Sagar won numerous awards, including The Golden Thimble (Le De D'Or), the Swarovski Creation Prize 2005, and the Designer of the Year Award - Miami 2007. Lecoanet Hemant's work is in collections at London's Victoria and Albert Museum, Berlin’s Deutsches Museum, and Paris’ Musée des Arts de la Mode.