The Exotic Leather Handbag that Continues to Push Eco-Friendly Fashion

In ancient Rome, leather was a currency traded to created high-quality sandals, which conveyed a citizen’s status in society. While leather can no longer be used as cash, it still maintains its reputation as a luxurious product. Alligators, stingrays, snakes, and even hippopotamus skins have all been utilized in luxury exotic leather goods, but now salmon skin is becoming a more popular material. London-based brand Aitch Aitch is taking an all-encompassing, eco-friendly approach to high fashion by developing handbags that use traditional leatherworking techniques on sustainably-raised salmon skin.

Kat Ward

Kat Ward is the Assistant Editor at JustLuxe. She gets to call sunny San Diego home, but has lived in 4 other countries and most recently returned from a stint in the United Kingdom. When she isn't working or traveling, Kat can be found practicing yoga, enjoying a glass of Cabernet, or playing ukulele to one of her dogs. ...(Read More)