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Harber London

Design | November 1, 2019 |

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Harber London

We are a family run brand based in London with a genuine passion for handmade leather goods. We try obsessively to keep our designs as simple as possible, while ensuring that each product is truly remarkable and functional. We create honest, high quality and functional products to help you carry better, and we don’t stop until we get it right. Each piece is preciously handcrafted in Spain by our skilled craftsmen and women. Harber London was born in early 2012, when in the kitchen of a small flat in London co-founders were talking about how incredibly difficult and disappointing shopping for quality laptop sleeves had become.

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The idea was born and a lot of work started to solve that problem and make that dream come true. None of us knew how to design leather products, source materials or even run a business. But our vision was clear and we have created more than just a couple of high quality products, we created a brand that we ourselves would be proud and happy to shop from. We have come a long way since then and will continue learning and striving to create products that are honest, functional, high quality and aesthetically down to earth. We want to create honest products that reflect our unique point of view, our style, make the little stuff better, and we don’t stop until we get it right.

more. www.harberlondon.com

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