La Débraillée is a brand of leather goods founded in Paris in 2015, from a vision of Alice Rosignoli, Italian product designer.
Alice, a graduate in Industrial Design, creates handbags, in which shape and aesthetics merge harmoniously in a perfect balanced design.
Elegant and essential by design, yet always extremely practical and versatile, these handbags mould and adapt to every situation presented by the fast changing hustle of city life.
An inseparable combination of functionality and style that feeds on the world around us and of the need to find solutions to everyday problems.
La Débraillée is used in French to call a person slack in their appearance. The brand’s name was chosen to highlight the importance of cosiness and comfort.
The brand’s creations are made in a small, artisan, family run handbag factory located in central Italy.
From the pattern cutting to the finished product, the Designer and the Craftsman work in constant collaboration using proven traditional manufacturing processes.
In order to have direct contact with every supplier and to promote a sustainable economy, all the materials and accessories that are used in manufacture of the bags are sourced from Italy.
Thanks to the meticulous care given to selecting its raw materials and collaborators, La Débraillée is confident of the quality of its products, their strength and durability.
The entire collection is made in soft cow’s leather, of European origin, enhanced by a particular finishing technique that gives a smooth handle.
La Débraillée uses exclusively leather tanned in a reputable tannery in Vicenza, Italy, that conforms to Health and Safety and Environmental regulations.
La Débraillée expresses itself through necessity. It chooses not to bow to market pressure and trends in offering seasonal collections but prefers to present a permanent collection that is amplified each year with a selective number of styles.
A distinctive feature is the predominant use of black, both an identification strategy and expression of resistance to conform to passing trends and to the never ending succession of colours and prints that live for one season only.