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10 Fall trend Colors for your Leather items

"Autumn that year painted the countryside in vivid shades of scarlet, saffron, and russet, and the days were clear and crisp under the harvest skies." - Sharon Kay Penman- 

Colors for Fall/Winter 2018 express our need for individuality, ingenuity...

Giardini New shade: The Cherry Blossom Color

We are always looking for special colors that can be added to our Color Selection. We keep an eye on trends and popular colors to fit all our customers needs.

Spring Colors: From Vogue Magazine to Giardini Edge paint

Spring season has arrived even here at Giardini! We were looking for some inspiration online and we found a great article from Vogue Magazine about the trend colors for Spring Summer 2018.

Red Valentino (Part II): The color-icon of the brand conquers the world

In this second part of the article about the great designer Valentino, we want to understand how this brand color emblem, Red Valentinospread.

Colored Leather: history and evolution

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 

Blue Tiffany (Part 3): how to use this color on your leather edge

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...

Orange Hermès (Part 3): how to use this color to create your leather item

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??

Blue Tiffany (Part 2)

In this second part of the guest post, signed by Anna Turcato, Image Consultant & Style Strategistwe will try to explore the true meaning of the Blue Tiffany

Blue Tiffany (Part 1)