The emblematic Gold

8/1/2018

More than one of Césaire’s traditional colors, Gold is a typical color for handbags. We think of this warm light brown when we imagine the most natural leathers originally worked by saddlemakers. 

This same brown was the first to be used for bags worn on the arms of elegant Parisian women who made Gold an iconic color and the enduring symbol of French chic. Gold is now a standard fixture in the essential saddlemaking and leathergood traditions that inspire Stéphanie Césaire for her designs.

It possesses a timeless strength that works for all women. For some it softens their look, for others it livens up their spirit but ultimately, we will notice it in either winter or summer. 

 If we seek a chic casual elegance, like fashionable Parisian women, we might wear our Gold bag with blue jeans. If we’re more romantic, we might prefer it complimenting an outfit in powdery tones for a slightly retro silhouette.

Worn with black or white, the Gold bag will be luminous and warm while for those who don’t want to choose between one or the other and wear gray instead, they will definitely be refined and elegant. 

And if we want to be flamboyant, our bag will marvelously associate with orange tones while the more tempered Gold/khaki combo forms a perfect couple. 

Whether they are graphic, relaxed or made in small or large formal sizes, most of our models are made in Gold from a broad range of leathers: smooth calf, saddle leather, nubuck, woven or an embossed crocodile texture … illuminate your elegance with Gold!

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