Leather is strong and resilient; though general leather care is still recommended.
It is warm and it is personal. It will not remain pristine and sleek, and although scratching will occur, we do not view these marks as defects.
To prevent the leather from developing marks, we recommend avoiding exposure to abrasive surfaces, prolonged exposure to hot temperatures and always taking care to store the item properly in its dust bag when not in use. For lighter leather colors, we recommend avoiding exposure to dark denim or other dark fabrics with loose dye, as the leather could be subject to color transfer or stains.
Suede Leather is a soft, delicate leather with a velvet like finish. Darker and vibrantly colored suedes may stain lighter colored clothing and other materials if placed in close contact.
To prolong the life of your suede leather product we recommend pre-treating the leather with a suede protectant and avoiding exposure to water or other liquids.
We also recommend occasionally treating the leather with a suede brush, which can help smooth any marks or indentations on the surface.
For advice on general maintenance and care, the best option is to take your bag to a trusted leather goods repair shop.
To care for the bag at home, you can find commercial products in drugstores to clean and polish the leather.