The Valentino brand was born in 1957 when Valentino Garavani, designer of the Maison, opened, along with some business partners, a sumptuous fashion house in Via Condotti in Rome .
Most people's main problem is time. Time is never enough. We're always trying to save it, because this means having more time for ourselves, for our projects, or for increasing productivity in our company.
Water-based products are fantastic, but they all have the same limit: the drying time. Drying time is normally longer than solvent-based...
Fashion is very important for our market and for leather edge paint so today we decided to talk about one of the coolest exhibitions in the world: Pitti uomo
From June 13th to June 16th, one of the most important events in the fashion world took place at Fortezza da Basso in Florence, Pitti Uomo 92.
Before talking about the drying time, we should have a clearer view of this specifc process. So, what happens during the drying phase of the leather edge paint? The drying phase simply consists of the period during which the volatile part of the paint (water or solvent) flows out from it, leaving only the so called "dry part"on the leather...
Like promised, here the second part of our Trending colors S/S 2018 blog post.
Wanna know the trending colors for the next S/S ? Keep reading this blog post to choose the forefront colors for your leather items.
Today, with this blog post we decided to answer all of your questions about the shelf-life of our paints and clarify, once for all your doubts.
In this guest post, signed by Anna Turcato, Image Consultant & Style Strategist, we retrace the history of one of the most versatile materials in the manufacturing industry: Leather
After we talked about the Orange Hermes, we couldn't go on without the Blue Tiffany!
With this third blog post, we wanted to create togheter a sparkling and colorful leather item while maintaining the elegance and sophistication that distinguishes this beautiful color from the others.
Here we are again…. and we are talking about Orange Hermes!
With this third blog post, we wanted to answer some of your questions. How to create an elegant and well-groomed leather item using Orange Hermes and your products??