3 December 2021

UK-based clothing label Boda Skins has partnered retailer Harvey Nichols to sell its leather and shearling jackets in its flagship store in Manchester, as well as online, writes Leatherbiz.

 

 

The brand was founded in 2009 by Nathan Alexander, and believes in the longevity of leather, as well as its circular attributes.


Much of its nappa leather is from Turkey, but also from Pakistan and India. Some of its shearling material comes from Australia.


The company also repairs and resells used leather jackets that its customers exchange for a credit note, or uses the material to make new accessories.


Mr Alexander said: “It’s surreal to say that we have finally partnered with Harvey Nichols. Having our brand in the store, sitting next to some of the largest labels in the world, is a dream come true.”

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