The craftsmanship of circular economyMatildeUpcycling is a collection of artisanal bags that give a new life to high quality materials destined to be forgotten

Jul 26, 2017
dpp07e10207162f36aShe has been dreaming of becoming a designer since she was a child and, in 2006, she realised her dream of designing, giving shape to her ideas, creating a line characterised by her very personal taste and giving life to jewels and accessories that reflect her creativity. The new brand MatildeUpcycling, dynamic and creative, designed and manufactured by the designer Maria Matilde Cavina, presents a collection of artisanal bags that give a new life to high quality materials destined to be forgotten, making them more precious than their original value. Those who were able to appreciate the most recent collection, during the latest edition of WHITE, surely became aware of its peculiarities: leathers and printed pony hairs, which always differ from each other in colours and patterns, which go from spotted to zebra print, from stripes to plain colours, with shades that go from yellow to violet up to cobalt blue. The collection revolves around one model, very versatile, which has proved to be decidedly eclectic in its small, medium and large shapes. Small but capacious! Shoulder bags have removable shoulder-straps that offer, in only one object, three different wearing options. They are thus suitable for many occasions, like daily shopping, but also for elegant gala evenings. Each MatildeUpcycling creation is followed by the designer at each stage, from design to the completely artisanal execution.
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