Nat & Nin's challenge is to revive timeless and strong pieces, essential to practice and in the spirit of the times, which can follow us everywhere, all the time. The bags are colourful and feminine, both chic and practical, inspired by the retro trend. The attention to detail, the development of original colours and the selection of the most beautiful Italian skins nourish the house's style.
For practical and feminine bags that become companions on the road, everyday confidants, witnesses of our small and large life experiences as the leather takes on a patina. For bags that look like us and feel good. That bring comfort, pleasure and colour into our lives and boost us with positive vibes. That reinterpret fashion with natural simplicity and elegance. And who stick to our desire to mix different styles, from the most classic to the most glamorous or rock. Also discover Nat & Nin shoes, at least as pretty as the bags.
Nat & Nin is the story of two inspired sisters, Nathalie and Ninny, who decide to start creating handbags in Paris in 2005. It must be said that at Nat & Nin, leather goods is a family story: their parents, master leather craftsmen for more than thirty years, have made their mark in the greatest French Houses. It was in their parents' Parisian workshop, amidst the scents of tanned leather, that they spent most of their time, abandoning themselves to their naps on the piles of skins piled up in a corner of the room, waiting to be transformed... Imbued with this atmosphere of passion and craftsmanship, the two designers launched their own line of handbags as true self-taught women, when they were only 19 and 25 years old. Nat & Nin is a "re-creation" of basics, a playful recreation: the look is deceptively ingenuous, sparkling, bohemian chic; we play on feminine relaxation and discreet elegance, add a pinch of "French touch" and sprinkle the whole with a charming vintage note. The details are refined, the textures sought-after, the volumes mastered. Discover also the Nat & Nin small leather goods.
Don't miss Nat & Nin's private sales at Place des Tendances.