Spotlight: Joanna Kruczek“Bag culture”: this is the philosophy that guides the creativity featured in the collections by Joanna Kruczek, which is Poland’s only brand of leather bags and accessories for men and women with patented design.

Feb 22, 2018
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In fact, Poland and its culture, customs and traditions are the starting point of the designer’s creations. She has been able to merge her cultural roots with a very personal taste and an international appeal, which has quickly become recognised and appreciated in different countries around the world.

With a long experience in the leather industry collaborating with major brands such as Badura, Hegos Milano and Academie, Joanna Kruczek now has sales representative offices in Ukraine, Japan and India.

fotoglowne_lowEach collection starts from the use of the finest materials, which are processed according to handcrafted techniques and innovative methods, often in collaboration with master craftsmen and artists. This gives life to personalised collections embellished with inserts in precious Polish amber or fur.

 

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