The Chanel flats are a favourite among The Restory’s clients and often worn until their very last breath. So we decided it was high time to put the spotlight on this timeless classic.
We recently had a request from a client who wanted to bring his very unique card case back to life. See how we revived this special piece partially made out of stingray leather.
Our Head of Atelier reimagined her chelsea boots from burgundy to black with a touch of glitter. See the process and be inspired by the possibilities to reimagine your items.
Our client came to us with little hope of repairing her new Saint Laurent bag that was chewed by her puppy. Our team worked closely with her to creatively repair the bag, adding its own unique addition.
Fendi has been reviving its traditional logo fabric over the past seasons and this was the perfect opportunity to take a closer look at the remake of an iconic piece.
This Anya Hindmarch originally came with a canvas strap. Our client was after an additional leather strap, an elegant long option to go with the design of the bag, see the process of designing and creating it.
When our client wanted to update her white Chanel to be black, preparation and care treating the leather was key. The Atelier team worked hard on the detail to revive & re-colour this bag.
This suitcase was the ultimate embodiment of a piece with history and most likely one with many stories. Constructed in stainless steel, the case arrived bent and unable to fully close, our team fixed it up whilst keeping its vintage look.
When we can’t find a solution, we make our own. When this Mulberry Jacket was missing one of its unique floral clasps, our Atelier Team created and replaced a leather piece in line with the original design.
Restoring Balenciaga’s City Edition Motorcycle bag.
Restoring the 'Jamie' python clutch by American designer Tyler Ellis.
This Evy clutch from the iconic Salvatore Ferragamo, required special attention to repair loose chains and source perfectly matched replacements.
As designers become evermore creative, so do our skills and techniques. Here we look at 3 innovative techniques to revive, repair & reimagine these shoes.
This vintage, black, semi-patent exotic skin handbag from a Miami vintage shop was in great condition but the handle had dried and cracked.
Since the fashionable press hailed white as the fresh alternative to black, the rise in sales of the covetable white trainer soared.