AITCH AITCH

AITCH AITCH (pronounced H-H) is a luxury handbag company, utilizing sustainable exotics and heirloom quality craftsmanship to create pieces for the inspired woman. AITCH AITCH was born out of creative director Hailey Harmon's desire to live a life inspired by beauty, quality, adventure, and mindfulness.

AITCH AITCH is dedicated to keeping the time-honored tradition of master leather crafting alive, reviving it by pairing the techniques with sustainable exotic skins and meticulously curated designs. Each piece is precisely cut, sewn and finished at the hand of master leather artisans at our studio in London. Taking between 15 and 30 hours to complete, the craftsmanship AITCH AITCH employs produces pieces that will truly stand the test of time, in design and daily wear.

The salmon skin used in every AITCH AITCH piece is a natural by-product of the fishing industry, and is sourced from organic and sustainable fishing farms in Europe, and dyed and tanned using non-toxic and non-chemical processes by a family-owned tannery in Europe.

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The products in this collection are made with at least 50% recycled or upcycled materials.

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The materials in this collection are free from AZO dyes and phthalates.

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Workers are paid a living wage; no child labour or human trafficking is involved in the production of the collection; the factory is compliant with all local environmental regulations.

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All packaging in this collection is recyclable, recycled and free from petroleum based plastics.

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Hides or textiles in this collection are sourced as a by-product of the food industry, population control of wild animals, and/or free-range farming.

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This collection is entirely made in the designer’s studio and/or by an artisan collective of fewer than 10 people.

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This collection has been produced on a small scale, with environmentally sensitive production methods; the constituent materials have been sourced sustainably, and conserve biodiversity.

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