Final Leather Stripping | Patina Process | Part III

This is the final step of my attempt to patina my birkin in vache naturelle leather. In my first video of this series I thought that I had finished stripping the outer coating of the leather that was preventing the patina from developing, but as you’ll see in this video, Continue reading “Final Leather Stripping | Patina Process | Part III”

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Mink Oil & Leather Honey | Patina Process| Part II

This is the second step of my attempt to patina my birkin in vache naturelle leather. This time I’ve finished stripping the outer coating of the leather and I’m using a combination of Fiebing’s Mink Oil, Blackrock’s Leather N’ Rich, and Leather Honey. Watch below for my progress:

Rubbing Acetone On My Birkin | Patina Process | Part I

I’m showing you all my process for darkening my birkin in the vache naturelle leather. This is the first video in a series where you can follow me step by step as I attempt to speed up the patina process by striping the leather and then moisturizing with different oils and leather preservers. I’m not entirely sure how the bag will turn out since I’m an amateur at this, but it should be interesting to watch anyway. Continue reading “Rubbing Acetone On My Birkin | Patina Process | Part I”

Purse Rehab: Balenciaga Work Bag

There’s very few things in the world I love more than purses.

Anyone who knows me knows that I have a full obsession with them. Despite my insatiable love for them, I don’t love the prices that come from buying them at retail. It is always much more satisfying to Continue reading “Purse Rehab: Balenciaga Work Bag”