Similar in appearance to suede, Nubuck is a leather buffed in order to achieve that insanely soft,
can’t-keep-my-hands-to-myself texture. It’s created from the outer side of the hide, giving it the kind of thickness and durability you want in your go-to handbag.
Pebbled leather is treated to create a raised effect, causing a “pebbled” look as well as its
seriously soft hand-feel. The distinctive texture shows fewer scratches and will
continue to wear better over time.
While techniques vary, distressed leather is usually treated with a thin coating of some type of alcohol based agent, then put through a series of steps aimed at creating wrinkles and creases. So if you’re looking for that been-there-done-that vibe, look no further.
Embossed for increased durability, Saffiano leather's name comes from the distinct cross-hatch design pressed into the wax that coats the leather. The unique stamping process that creates the iconic pattern leaves the leather more resistant to scratches and stains.
Vachetta is untreated leather characterized by its patina—a process in which sunlight causes the natural leather to darken in shade. That means your handbag’s color and texture will only become more delicious with time.