In the 1980s, near the Swiss border in southern France, Jean-Pierre Romiguierset up an atelier in a small village in the mountains. The brand started by producingtraditional bags used by shepherds . From bags to shoes,all production processes of leather products are handmade. Expand your collection. Known as a rare workshop that inherits traditional items that remain in the south of France, in recognition of its achievements, in 2008, it was certified as an EPV (Intangible Cultural Property Company) by the French government as a company with traditional and rare skills. Masu.
A leather goods workshop established in the 1980s by Jean-Pierre Romiguier in a small village in the mountains near the Swiss border in southern France. The brand started with the production of traditional bags used by shepherds. The brand's leather products, from bags to shoes, are all handmade. The collection is developed by handmade leather products. In 2008, the brand was recognized by the French government as an EPV (intangible cultural asset company) for its traditional and rare skills.