Bridging the elite world of fashion with centuries old artisanal heritage and craftsmanship.
The term attaché case is derived from a position in diplomacy from the French 'attaché.' Attaché cases and briefcases have been used since before the 17th century. Historically the attaché was larger than the briefcase although, in modern parlance, the terms have become virtually synonymous. Both are suitable for carrying essential business items such as documents, folders and often laptops - the classic attaché always being of rigid construction.
When you buy a product made from English bridle leather, not only will get a high quality leather which will last a long time, you are also investing in keeping the artisan hand skills alive so they can be passed onto the next generation.