Kyoto Minibag

6 200Kč
Podrobnosti o produktu
  • Elegantní obálka z hladké hovězí kůže o tloušťce 1,2 mm.
  • Rozměry obálky jsou 17 x 15 x 7cm
  • Snadno a bezpečně uzavřeno skrytým lisem.
  • Prostor je rozdělen do tří kapes.
  • Pro nošení v ruce nebo přes rameno díky odnímatelné řetězu o délce 130 cm.
  • Vyrobeno z přírodní pravé kůže bez chemikálií a chromu v Praze,
  • Barva: Natur (Koňak)
  • Povrchová úprava hydrofobním přípravkem na bázi včelího vosku.

  • Elegant clutch made of smooth cowhide 1.2 mm thick.
  • The dimensions of the envelope are 7 x 11 x 5 cm
  • Easily and securely closed with a hidden press.
  • The space is divided into three pockets.
  • For carrying in the hand or over the shoulder thanks to a detachable chain with a length of 130 cm.
  • Made from natural genuine leather without chemicals and chrome.
  • Color : Natur ( cognac ) with surface treatment with a hydrophobic preparation based on beeswax.
  • Made in Prague
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Made-to-order shoes in Prague


Learn how to make your own shoes or bag in Prague.

“Kožené boty s ekvádorským šmrncem.

 Mladý designér vzkřísil v Praze rodinnou tradici” Hospodářské Noviny.

“Leather shoes and bags with Ecuadorian roots. 

A young designer resurrected a family tradition in Prague”

“The Ecuadorian designer found inspiration in Moravian folklore and Czech Cubism. Sewing classic shoes is boring for me, says Fernando Echeverria” Czechdesign.

Family tradition since 1930:

My roots come from a town named Cotacachi, in the Andes of Ecuador. That small city in the middle of the mountains and lakes is specialized in leather crafts, a tradition brought from South of Spain. 
My father and grandfather were saddlers developing their unique techniques and following the tradition of leather crafters. 
For my parents, It was a surprise that I would not be a doctor or engineer but a designer specializing in leather. Leather is in my blood. 

Footwear as art :

Why do you use traditional shoemaking techniques?

It’s very important for me to revive shoemaking. Most shoemakers in Prague and Europe are great, they are craftsmen. But it is extremely difficult to change their minds.

They have a clear idea in their head of how a shoe can be made and what it should look like. Such a shoe is technically perfect. But as a designer, I need to innovate, discover new ways and break the rules. For others, I may be weird that I make weird shoes and I don’t follow the rules.

Copyright © 2024 Fernando Echeverria


Showroom & Shop :

Wednesday – Friday

13:00 – 19:00 


11:00 – 18:00

Atelier and Personal meeting : 

Under appointment




Smetanovo nábř. 334/4 first floor (SmetanaQ Showroom )

110 00 , Prague, Czech Republic.

+420 777647925

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