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The Need To Revive The Dying Art Of Italian Woven Leather Bags
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The love for leather bags seems to never end its charm with its women fan following. You will be surprised to know that this is quite an old love affair between the two. As far as the mid-fifteenth century when Catherine de Medici promoted the leather industry in her hometown of Florence, for marrying the French king Henry II, Italian leather bags are well known in the world of fashion. However, the true manifestation of this art came into light in the late 1800 and early 1900’s when the accessories industry witnessed a markedly different change, that was highly influenced from the movements pertaining to women’s rights and many other impactful events.
The Rise of the Modern Era Italian Leather Bags
There are some modern fashion designers who have left an impression hard to be erased from the fast-changing world of fashion industry. A few names from the list include the likes of illustrious designers such as Cosci and Bottega Veneta. Fashionistas worldwide know them by one name. These designers have added value to the art of Italian woven leather bags.
The in vogue Italian leather bags exude brilliance of the makers apart from being made of excellent leather, fine tuned with soft leather stripes. They come in multiple colors. Earlier, designers would not give much of thought to adding value to the functionality of the bags. However, this is not the case anymore. Even the designer Italian woven leather bags are coming with multiple compartments. Given the changing requirements of today’s modern women who are always on the run and put greater priority to build their career, they need a bag to keep their things in an organized manner. Multiple compartments give them this scope.
The Dying Art of Italian Woven Leather Bags
Unfortunately, the precious art of handcrafted Italian woven leather bags is facing a bleak future. Thanks to the dwindling number of skilled artisans! Well, we never meant to be sarcastic with our rhetorics. The leather bag makers are being forced to leave their profession because of modern market sentiments which prefer products which are functionally efficient and cost-effective. Today, such highly precise leather work machines are installed in the industries that same sort of products could be manufactured in less time thereby lowering down its price.
The Need to Save the Art of Italian Woven Leather Bags
It is the responsibility of every member of the modern era to try and save a dying art, especially the one which bears the fruits of tedious efforts of our forefathers. Luckily, some designers are working tirelessly and implementing the handicraft on tote bags, satchel bags, backpacks and small cross body bags. Hopefully, the market for these excellent Italian woven leather bags would expand in future thereby giving the artisans more scope to cultivate this century-old art.
I am the owner of Giland Bags, based out of Germantown, Maryland, United States. Giland Bags is an ecommerce site selling genuine Italian leather bags, mostly for women.
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