Historical Archive

Look back to look forward

The historical archive of ARPEL, the quintessential magazine on leathergoods, is now available online

The archive of ARPEL magazine is now available online

In our headquarters in Milan, we still have the entire archive of all our magazines. Along the years, more and more designers have been asking us to be able to access this huge source of information and inspiration for their collections.

The paper archive is available for consultation but also for other purposes such as litigations on design patterns and research for company biographies.

Upon request of our international subscribers, we have decided to make all these information available online. Now everybody sourcing or looking for ideas can access our huge library from everywhere.


Access the archive from everywhere

Once subscribed, you can browse the ARSUTORIA historical archive from every device:
• Your computer
• Apple iPhone and iPad
• Android phones and tablets

You can even download the magazines for offline access on your mobile devices


What's included

To this day, the archive contains issues from the following decades:


The digitalization of our archive is still going on. We will upload new issues every year

Reprint on demand

If you wish to receive a paper copy of one of our historical issues, we can print them on-demand.

The price varies depending on the number of pages of the selected issue, so please ask for a quotation for the issues you're interested in.

Magazines will be shipped directly to your office via an express courier.


Plans and pricing

Contact us for a customized quote

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