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1. Patterns and Design

Hanson has kept their workshops at the top floor of their stores, where a team of expert craftsmen create every piece shown in our boutique. Each idea for a new garment is conceived on a sketch, which develops in to a guideline.

2. Leather Selection

Our experts select the best leather on auctions based on their skin tone, density, softness and hair length. We get out leather from certified farms around the world and double checked them on our workshop to be certain of the quality.

3. Leather Treatment

Every product is checked thoroughly for any kind of defects on its skin tone, density, softness and hair length by our specialist.

4. Humidification

The leather is sprayed with water so it can be stretch to its fullest. Then, it is carefully cut tu I’ve it shape and fit it into the model. The next step is sewing.

5. Nailed

When the leather is fully moisturized and saw together, it is nailed to the guideline board.

6. Sketching of the Pattern on the Leather

The leather is nailed with its hair facing the board. This way, the guideline is easily traced on the skin. Then, the leather reshapes by staple it into the model an cutting it. The optimization and reliability of the leather is a fascinating process. Its craft is as meticulous as jewelry.

7. Cut

Precise cuts are made to the leather to reshape it and fit the guidelines.

8. Cint and Interwoven

When the leather is already cut and shaped, a ribbon is sewed to its outline with a zig zag stitch. Then, a piece of line is sewed into the outline and the center of the leather with long stitches, making it more resistant and firm.

9. Sewing and assembling

An expert assembles the final product with a specialized machine. Every needle is picked depending on the length of the leather.

10. IRONING

Once the garment is finished, it is ironed with special products that revitalize the fur and allow it to recover its natural oils.

11. LINING

This is almost the final step for the garment to be ready. The pieces that are already assembled with buttons, zips, and whatever the design requires, are covered with a lining for their protection.

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