elisa palomino (uk)
Campomaggi & Caterina L. (italy)
Atlantic Leather (iceland)

The project

The aim to develop an innovative and sustainable method to produce fish leather products for high fashion by creating new techniques, processes, and finishings.

elisa palomino

Fashion designer who studied at Central Saint Martins. She brings her connections with the industry in different countries and institutions having earned 25 years’ experience, including Head of the Studio of international designers and presence in international fashion weeks. She has also been a lecturer at International Universities.

campomaggi

Leather brand embraces the passion for details, creativity, luxury and the painstaking care inherent in the artisan processes used in the ancient art of leather working.

https://www.campomaggi.com/cm_eu/

ATLANTIC LEATHER/ATLT

Fish-leather manufacturers using four different fish species (salmon, perch, wolffish and cod) in a diverse range of colours, textures and finishes. The idea itself is rooted in tradition where centuries ago Icelanders wore shoes made of wolffish skin.

http://www.atlanticleather.is/

elisa palomino (uk)
Campomaggi & Caterina L. (italy)
Atlantic Leather (iceland)

The project

The aim to develop an innovative and sustainable method to produce fish leather products for high fashion by creating new techniques, processes, and finishings.

elisa palomino

Fashion designer who studied at Central Saint Martins. She brings her connections with the industry in different countries and institutions having earned 25 years’ experience, including Head of the Studio of international designers and presence in international fashion weeks. She has also been a lecturer at International Universities.

campomaggi

Leather brand embraces the passion for details, creativity, luxury and the painstaking care inherent in the artisan processes used in the ancient art of leather working.

https://www.campomaggi.com/cm_eu/

ATLANTIC LEATHER/ATLT

Fish-leather manufacturers using four different fish species (salmon, perch, wolffish and cod) in a diverse range of colours, textures and finishes. The idea itself is rooted in tradition where centuries ago Icelanders wore shoes made of wolffish skin.

http://www.atlanticleather.is/