The Minimalist Elegance of Isaac Reina

Mar 17, 2014

 

It makes perfect sense that menswear accessory designer Isaac Reina started out as an architecture student before veering into fashion. His exquisite leather products exhibit the precise lines and curves that could only be crafted from a uniquely skilled artisan. Before he launched his own brand in 2006, he also worked at Hèrmes and Martin Margiela to further hone his minimalist sensibility.

On a recent trip to Paris, we were completely enamored by the range and quality of his offerings. His wallets, card holders and travel pouches are constructed from the finest calf leathers, and some are treated with natural vegetable dyes for added effect and variety. Subtle stitching details and exact folds also add to the distinct elegance of these products.

See a full range of our Isaac Reina goods in our Man of the World Shop by clicking here.


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