Luxury leather handbags are the end result of painstakingly detailed craftsmanship and they cost a pretty penny, so they definitely need to be treated with utmost care.
With Singapore’s humidity, we need to take extra care of our leather bags. But taking care of leather goods can be tricky and stressful, especially when it comes to your investment pieces.
There’s no one-size-fits-all solution and bags come in different types of leathers and textures. But before we go into how you can specifically care for five different types (calfskin leather, patent leather, vegan leather, suede leather and exotic leather), here are some general rules to care for your leather pieces and extend their lifespan.