Gianquinto: tradition and fashionGiaquinto is a brand that aims at creating women’s bags and accessories of the highest quality, made solely of leather (no other materials are used). The mission is to give women the possibility to choose, creating a product capable of representing their hopes and ambitions, regardless of mass production trends

Aug 29, 2017
Posted in: , Bags on Stage

It all began more than forty years ago with the leather business of Gennaro Giaquinto who transmitted to his children the passion and secrets that surrounded his work. since 2002, the small workshop in the municipality of Arzano, Naples, in the heart of the manufacturing district of Campania, has transitioned into a company where handcrafted tradition combined with the most modern production processes is a guarantee of unique and prestigious products.

The line of Giaquinto handbags was born in 2015 and was made entirely “in house”, from accessory to inlay work, with the use of techniques that combine manual skills and the use of state-of-the-art machinery. this allows working on various types of leather, from the most classic to the most delicate, thus characterizing the real quality of authentic made in italy. one of the recurring motifs of the giaquinto collections is the use of exclusive and precious materials (mostly reptile and amphibian), making them modern, practical for everyday use and, at the same time, representative of the uniqueness of the woman carrying it.

It comes in various models: from the “it bag” candy favoured by fashion bloggers (and not only) that can be carried in three different ways – by hand, over the shoulder or attached to a belt – to the new “Kiera” handbag, all available in different pastel and metallic colours and customizable with initials, inscriptions and drawings.

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