Travel bags

The Best Travel Bags for Men


This season – considering the past couple of years – travelling feels a little more special. Considering this, why not elevate your travel aesthetic with some luxurious luggage? The perfect weekender bag will easily fit a couple of outfits and some toiletries, should be easy to carry around, and durable enough to survive stuffed overhead compartments and luggage rooms. Considering our long list of requirements, thankfully, there are options that tick all of our boxes while still being easy on the eyes.

Ready to leave?

We don’t know if it’s time to go on vacation already, but we can be sure that it’s time for a winter escape to the countryside or the mountain just for a weekend: it is finally possible to escape the hustle of daily life to enjoy some time off. And since the yearn to travel is more than ever part of our desires, Florence Leather Market unveils a selection of 4 nomadic bags which are right on-trend.

Fortunato is fortunate to have

When it comes to quick trips that last a day or two, a duffel is what you need. And the Fortunato bag is, in so many words, the best bang for your buck. Not only is it incredibly durable and spacious enough for several fits (there’s also a separate compartment for your shoes), it’s also less than $300. That’s what we call a win-win.  

Travel Bags

When elegance meets functionality

If you’re catching flights for the sake of business, consider carry-on luggage that is practical and durable. Hard side luggage protects your belongings and is usually equipped with 360- wheels, making it easy to zip through terminals in between connecting flights. So, everything you need is “Gosto”- The stunning leather and brass hardware don’t just look beautiful now but become even more so with time. It’s definitely a worthy investment.

Springs backpack

Springs, the backpack. From one-way train rides to trips that involve connecting flights, it’s the bag that allows you to move hands-free. There should be no unnecessary bells or whistles; all it needs to have are compartments, a durable material (nylon is a great option), and good looks. A standout from Florence Leather Market 2016, this chic, functional backpack is ideal for urban nomads. It combines a sporty shape with distinctive House detailing. 

Business travel

Business executives truly know the value of a garment bag. When you’re on a trip that requires you to be in a suit throughout the day and don’t have time to steam your clothes, this style is a virtual lifesaver. There are many brands that offer them, sure, but know that Florence Leather Market is the alpha. Raimondo is a unique bag, soft, functional, and easy to carry is different from all the others you find on the market, both for the high quality of the materials used, both for the ergonomic shape.

Wherever you go, you need a luxury bag ideal for a short stay. come and visit our website. Florence leather market Offers many chances to do shopping from over 500 typical leather and specialties selected by our artisans.




Leather bags by Florence Leather Market

4 women’s bags to look for in the sales


The holidays are said to be the most wonderful time of the year; and without a doubt, they’re definitely the best time to shop sales. From the perfect gifts for your loved ones to new clutches for all of your holiday parties, you can find many things on discount through the New Year. You just need to choose the right accessory for you. To help make things easier, our editors have shared their curated picks from the best Florence Leather market sales right now. Here, Florence Leather Market shares what they’re seeing from the best online sales right now, from leather bags to matching holiday clutch for the whole family.


Florence Leather Market’s sales 

The most anticipated post-Christmas shopping day is here! The Epiphany Day sales have landed – and with them an opportune moment to invest in a wardrobe binder you’ll be wearing for years to come. So sit back, relax, and shop for the best online sales right now.  To save you from incessant scrolling, browse Florence leather Market ’s picks of the very best fashion deals – from high street to high-end – below.

Noemi,  a unique chance.

you’ve had your eye on the Florence leather Market genuine calfskin leather bag for let’s just say a while! This versatile pleated puffin bag includes a convertible strap to allow it to be worn as a handbag, shoulder bag, or cross-body. Noemi is the ideal bag for anyone on the go and from today it’s at half-price. Hurry up!!

woman with a leather bag

Florence the bag of Firenze

We know that you’ve had my eye on this Italian cross body bag for years, and they’re 20% off all week! It might be time to splurge; we love the idea of throwing them on with all of my plain sweaters this fall winter. Florence the bag of Firenze –  is created using genuine calfskin, tanned and worked in Florentine laboratories. Don’t miss this opportunity !

The investment for the future

Also we know that you are doing your best to resist buying gifts for yourself, but as we all know, some things simply can’t be left for chance! Early sales have kicked off, and you’ve already had your eye on a few things this year. and we know you can’t resist the allure of the Emily leather bag by Florence Leather Market.  So hurry up and come and get it. 

That’s a bargain

If you’re looking for cheap brown purses, go no further than this! Our items are the perfect combination of convenience and high quality: made in the heart of the Florentine district are now on sale only for you. You can purchase Eloisa tote bag for 79.30 euros (can you believe it?!) discover more on our website. and  Feel free to shop!

The Florence Leather Market sale includes up to 50 percent off selected items for a limited time only. So,do not waste time, run on our site and discover the endless offers dedicated to you. 


The Business bag

The best briefcases to make a sharp return to the office


Once upon a time there were briefcases, those bags which – by definition – contained everything needed for a small business trip lasting one day, and which, over time, have become the essential accessory for men of ‘ business around the world. A completely personal expression of pressure, the professional clothing, the classic briefcase, in black or brown leather, is the reflection of a rigor and absolute precision, which still today accompanies business managers from all over the globe in their climb to the successor. Preparing for back to work after the Christmas holidays, here are the briefcase bags to buy now on Florence Leather Market.

Business deal

A bag that combines vintage aesthetics with today’s functional needs. In soft brown leather, the accessory has a large central compartment, divided inside into two comfortable pockets, one of which is padded for the laptop and one with zip closure for valuables, plus two small pen holder holes. The waterproof outer coating is accompanied by a particular shoulder strap: wide and padded, it reduces the pressure on the shoulder, and is provided to offer maximum comfort.

Done deal

Classic and elegant, the Daniele briefcase uses soft blue Jeans leather for the upholstery, the color of which is echoed by the fabric handles and shoulder strap. The exterior is multi-pocket, with two small pockets with and on the other side a large central pocket. Divided into compartments for pens, smartphones and documents, the interior is perfectly organized to carry the office essentials in the utmost order.

Briefcases bag

A genderless masterpiece

Giulia MG is a Florence Leather Market masterpiece, characterized by a rigid construction, a double handle and a removable and adjustable shoulder strap. Available in different shades, it is the professional accessory for both men and women thanks to its irresistible genderless charm. It represents the outward expression of one’s identity even in the workplace.

Best investment ever

Excellence that repeats itself, returning from year to year in the workwear wardrobes, the briefcase bag by Jour is the accessory of the metropolitan worker, who always puts comfort before aesthetics. In pure dry earth-colored leather, the model is enriched by two internal and external pockets that favor optimal organization, while the handles and shoulder strap in cowhide leather are the final seal on a high-quality creation.


A distinctive accessory is essential to enhance those often-anonymous professional outfits that underlie a work dress code. For this reason, investing in a Rolando briefcase is a symptom of a strong desire to emerge from the crowd without overdoing it in eccentricity. In black leather and with ton sur ton profiles and calfskin handles, it is an essential and refined design with a timeless charm.

Christopher show you mean business

 The Christopher model was born from the desire to create a spacious, comfortable, and beautiful work bag. A versatile bag, both for days in the office and for a coffee at the bar. In fact, details such as the fine leather, the small side studs, and the multiple zips, make the bag perfect even in your free time. Buy now and use it for life!

Within our selection, you will find the fashion accessory suitable for your return to the office at an extremely low cost, thanks to the unmissable offers we have daily. Do not wait, come, and choose the Business bag for you many special offers.



The story of dye

The history of the leather dye


Ancient dyes: how were the fabrics coloured in the past?


Dyeing is an ancient art, born in India around the 30th century BC, when spices began to be used, after careful and careful processing, to dye fabrics. From those years to today, countless advances have been made: we have gone from natural colours applicable only to natural fabrics, such as linen, cotton and silk, to chemical dyes that can be used, in the form of a liquid bath – the dyes are dissolved in the water in which the tissues are immersed.

But how has the practice of dyeing changed over time? And what was used to colour the fabrics? In this article we retrace the history of ancient dyes, looking at natural products that have been, over the years, the protagonists of one of the most fascinating processes.


The history of ancient dyes

To reconstruct in detail the history of ancient dyes is an almost impossible operation that would require the chemical analysis of the ragged shreds of tissue that have come down to us: what we know is that, at least initially, among the Greeks, The Romans and the Phoenicians, were used only the primary colors in their clearest shade because it was not yet known the way to give life to the intermediate or more tenuous colors.

Among the first colors that we can clearly identify is the purple of Tyre, one of the pigments that has imprinted its footprint on the history of humanity: mainly employed by the Phoenicians, the great dyers of the fifteenth century BC. It was a bright and expensive shade of red, so much so that it became the symbol of aristocrats and Roman emperors.
To obtain the purple of Tyre a long and detailed procedure was necessary: the spiny moray eel was put to macerate in lead tubs filled with abundant salted water, so as to obtain a liquid tending to yellow which, After being exposed to the sun it assumed the traditional and vivid purple color.
The cost of Tyre’s purple was too high, so much so that, over the years, it fell into disuse, replaced by cheap imitations, such as the mauve color produced at Perkin thanks to a synthetic process.

The other color of extreme value was the Oltremare di Tiro, born from a procedure similar to that required for the production of the purple of Tiro: there was need, however, of two different molluscs, the first that gave the red color and the second that gave the fabric a unique bluish shade.

Insects, molluscs, plants and flowers were, in a similar way to the above, the protagonists of the history of the tincture of the Greeks and the Romans. It seems, among other things, that they possessed a not too limited range of colors, including yellow, blue, blue and red in addition to the traditional black and white.
For the production of the red color the Romans used a bath of color extracted from an insect, the cochineal.
All in all, however, the dyeing techniques and pigments used remained a real secret for centuries. It is enough to think that the Chinese imperial court demanded that no one should know the secrets of this refined and precious art.

Ancient dyes

The art of dyeing in Italy

After the Crusades, the art of dyeing fabrics finally arrived in Italy: in Florence in 1400 there were over 200 dyeing workshops. The first great commercial traffics delivered, then, in Italy rudimentary chemical substances, useful to obtain new colors and more and more sought, and machinery gradually more and more to the vanguard.
The synthetic colors appeared, from the outset, as cheaper, cheaper and resistant, which is why they did not take too long before replacing natural pigments. At the time, by the way, the effects of artificial colours on the environment were completely ignored, and their spread completely overwhelmed Europe first and then the whole world.

Today the art of ancient natural dyes is increasingly recovered by small local companies in which the skilled artisans, in compliance with an all-Italian tradition, give new life, after centuries, to those natural processes of pigment extraction from flowers and plants.
Recovering the ancient techniques means bringing back to the market, now dominated by clothes and colors standardized and devoid of soul, give a unique character and emotion to unique and inimitable clothes and accessories that, thanks to a coloring craft, acquire a value without price.
The history of Made in Italy leather goods, based in Florence, is combined with the long tradition of dyeing, between secrets and innovation, giving life to clothes and accessories that no one will resist.


Come cucire la pelle o l'ecopelle

Makeup for sewing leather or eco-leather


Makeup for sewing leather or eco-leather


Italy, in addition to having a rich artistic, architectural, and cultural heritage, is celebrated all over the world, also for handicrafts, representing one of the strengths of the national economy.

Among the Italian regions, the most appreciated for its ancient craft tradition, especially at international level, is Tuscany. In this region, in fact, you can still admire the historic workshops of master craftsmen, where you can see how their skilled hands created these wonderful products.

Between tradition and innovation, Tuscan craftsmanship is considered one of the most prestigious and destined to remain for a long time. Its products, in fact, have always been considered of excellent quality and unique.

The masters of craftsmanship, also protagonists of the many exhibitions in the Tuscan territory, range from ceramics to iron, from paper to glass, from textiles to leather goods.


Handicraft products in leather and eco-leather

In Tuscany there are many shops dedicated to leather and leather processing, particularly appreciated to produce suitcases and briefcases, wallets, belts, and bags. In addition, there are many schools dedicated to leather processing, which create high quality craftsmen.

The method of manufacturing leather goods has very ancient origins. It dates back, in fact, to the distant 1200, through the development of the two very sophisticated techniques so-called tanning and plugging by hand. Over time, the art of tanning has been enriched with increasingly innovative and sophisticated techniques, which have made the leather accessory a high-quality product.


Methods of stitching the skin

Leather products are very special especially for their visible seams. These, however, can be ruined with the passage of time, due to rubbing or weathering, leading to the breaking of the wire, even the best. The sewing technique used could however slow down this process.

Even the skin can be sewn either by machine or by hand. It is obvious that a hand-sewn product, in addition to having a higher price, certainly has a higher value than a machine sewn, since it is made directly by a craftsman. The hand stitching also makes the leather product more durable over time.


This sewing method is the best known. Two wires are used: one is carried over by the needle and the other is carried under the so-called fuse. In this way it is possible to also use two threads having two different colors, thus making the seam more particular and, maybe, adapting the colors to the type of leather that you are working with.

It is a much faster and cheaper method of hand stitching, as it allows to shorten the processing time of the products, thus increasing the quantities.



The hand stitching, instead, uses a single thread with two needles, which pass in the same hole from the two sides of the skin, crossing at the centre.

The holes in which the two needles pass are, of course, made before their passage, otherwise it would be too difficult to pierce the skin only with the needle. To make them, similar tools are used to shape a fork with the teeth equally distant from each other, on which a hammer is struck. Another technique to puncture the skin, is to mark the distance between a point and the other through the so-called cauldron and, subsequently, make the holes with a single hand awl, called lesina.

In hand stitching, moreover, is often used which, lubricating the wire, makes this technique easier. Beeswax, however, not only facilitates stitching, but also helps to protect the wire from moisture and atmospheric agents, in addition to consolidating it to the skin. This allows any seam made in this way to resist for a long time.

It is easy to notice how this is a technique that makes the seam much more robust and safer than the one made by machine.


Florence Leather Market

The Florence Leather Market is one of the leading companies in the sale of high quality Made in Italy leather products, thanks to its skilled artisans who make every item by hand. It also offers a luxury product at a not too excessive price.

The raw material for the Florence Leather Market is fundamental, as it considers it the basis for making quality products. In fact, the product is made with the best Italian leather. The selected leather is worked in a natural way making the final product soft to the touch. The leather object is sewn by hand by the artisans of the workshop of Florence with very precise sewing techniques.

Within its collection you can find several genuine leather items such as bags, clutches, backpacks, belts, and wallets.

Leather bags are suitable for all occasions, every single detail is defined to make the article fashionable and practical. The original and practical leather backpacks combine elegance with casual. The clutches are very appreciated by women who need to use a small bag for special events. Belts and wallets have a well-defined seam and, thanks to the natural leather processing, are soft and practical.

The line of Messenger bags deserves special attention. They are large, comfortable, and practical bags with adjustable shoulder straps. Particularly roomy and durable, they are perfect for the office, since you can insert numerous documents, tablets, and any


electronic device. Finally, the Messenger bags are equipped with several pockets, both small and large, useful for those who need to carry many items even for a simple walk.



Today leather accessories are becoming more and more fashionable. Very appreciated are the leather bags, which make the outfits of every woman. But to be truly exclusive and original, the leather must be worked and sewn with professionalism, to make any product unique and quality. For this reason, it is very important that artisans use the most sophisticated techniques especially in the seam.