Transporting 12 cow leather hides across Seoul is not an easy task, these things are heavy.
When we made our first small collection, we hand cut tags and stamped them with our mold onto Hanji paper. Hanji paper’s origins are believed to be first made in between the years 200 and 500 and was regarded as the highest quality paper available in Eastern Asia. The random specks of color and spots all over is what first attracted us to using it and when you deal with the paper the texture feels very natural and light. We decided we are going to use it again as a packaging detail when our capsule collection releases in a few weeks!
For those asking about the IISE Weekender Bag,
We are sold out on our website but there are a few available below:
Korean Customers: Can purchase domestic fromhttp://barbershop.co.kr/front/php/category.php?cate_no=146
Look out for our capsule collection releasing in a couple weeks too! We’re very excited about this :)
Instagram user @cosmopolitics rocking the Indigo Daypack out in Taiwan! If you have any of photos of you and your IISE bag please send them in so we can share your photos!
Our new capsule collection items draw inspiration from the angles found in traditional Korean door, floor, and window panels.
Amazing wine colored two tone leather. Another option for our capsule release, it’d be beautiful to mix and match different sections of the hide to create mixed textures on the product
Stamped logo on our 1st sample for the capsule collection