New Brands Growing Up: Pilo Ita Laconceria from Ireland with Italian Leather

Nuovi brand crescono: ecco Peelo, dall’Irlanda con pelle italiana

New brands are growing that prove that leather goods continue to be a turbulent sector. It is a symbolic case Julie Peelo. After More than 20 years Fashion experiences, Irish designer He decided to go his own way and start a creative studio in Dublin. Result: He created an array of premium leather bags and accessories with the brand Pillow. Special signs: Portuguese construction E Italian leather.

New brands are growing

After studying in Dublin, Julie is part of it Council of Irish Fashion DesignersYes, it is Moved to Milan She began her career designing bags and jewelry for the brand Marnie. Then he collaborated, always creating bags and accessories John Galliano, Diane von Furstenberg New York, Juicy couture. Eventually, she returned to Ireland as the creative head of one of Ireland’s largest retailers: Duns stores. Now he has started a new path.

Simple, but beautiful

Julie Peelo’s latest project is, therefore, a brand of the same name. Currently, 6 models in two or three color variants (including bags, cross bodies, clutches and wallets) are based on the collection of bags and accessories. “I wanted to create simple bags, the designer told The Irish Times – but beautifully, it really worked. For everyday life“.

Italian leather, mPortuguese construction

The bags are made of Italian leather. In detail, the designer explains, “This is a cow’s mixture.”The soft chrome fell off”(“ It gives a very soft grip ”), and Nappa. In Portugal they are handmade. As often happens when it comes to emerging foreign brands (and not only), the Italian origin of leather represents a qualitative and competitive plus. To the point that is clearly highlighted in the description of each model. (MV)

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Pictures taken from Instagram profile iampeelo

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