Intrecciato is the technique of weaving leather. It was developed by Bottega Veneta, an Italian luxury goods house in the 1960s (the company was eventually purchased by Gucci Groupin 2001 and is now a part of the French multinational group Kering). Bottega Veneta was a ready-to-wear fashion company that had not yet worked with leather did and its sewing machines were only equipped to work with cloth. Designers had to work with super fine leather to get it under the needle and wove it into the Intrecciato pattern to make it make it stronger and more durable. Cosci, a not so well known company, claims it created the woven leather bag before Bottega Veneta.
The Black Woven Pattern Tote and the Light Brown Woven Pattern Tote. Both are made by local, Italian leather artisans, in small, Italian workshops, in the most beautiful country in the world, and handpicked with the strictest of standards. Both are also constructed with real Italian leather, which is in superior in quality and lasts a lifetime, with age only enhancing its beauty.
The spacious bags are lightweight and easy to carry and go along with you wherever you go. The leather of Light Brown Woven Pattern Tote gives the bag a shiny look. The Black Woven Pattern Tote comes with an adjustable shoulder strap for additional convenience.
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