Sustainable luxury made in ItalyThe new Alberto Sartori brand has just made its debut in the fascinating world of Italian luxury leather goods, making itself known not only for the excellence of its creations but also for the sustainability of its production

Feb 06, 2019
Posted in: , Bags on Stage , Designers

alberto_sartori_00000The brand was born from the creative sensibility of Barbara Cortelazzi. Born in 1988, the soul of this ambitious project has always cultivated a deep passion for the language and history of fashion, working on the study and philological recovery of the most iconic and timeless lines of bags, each of which is embellished with jewels that make this accessory extraordinarily unique. In fact, Alberto Sartori was born with the attitude to meet the need for creating a bag that brings together classic design and innovation in one sophisticated and precious creation. Barbara Cortelazzi’s ambitious claim is to bring together elegant classic 50s design and innovative tanning techniques. The leather chosen for the accessories of the first line are tumbled calfskin and crocodile leather, while the jewellery pieces that from time to time embellish the bags reflect the lustre of the natural stones. In addition to offering an accessory with a unique quality and design, the brand interprets the concept of sustainable new luxury. In fact, the collection expresses the founding values of the project, and namely, to create a product that minimises environmental impacts. For this reason, each piece is strictly made to order and the leather used fully reflects the principles of sustainability.

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