I have been using African Leather and Skins for many years now and they have become my go-to supplier amongst several suppliers I have used. The reason being, they have given me outstanding service, accommodated my growing business, and as I do mainly client based bespoke works, I may require only 1 hide at a time or several, their efficiency is amazing and I have never had any issues with the quality of their hides.
To meet our diverse and demanding lifestyles, fashion and interior design have evolved throughout the ages. While trends have come and gone, some things have remained timeless. Today, more than ever, leather is everywhere—and it doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere soon. Whether you’re a fashionista or interior designer looking to innovate, change, complement or complete—here are 3 standout leather trends to expect in 2020.
Supporting Leather Means Supporting a Healthier Environment. Here’s Why!
Leather has made a comeback onto the runways of Paris, London and New York. A fabric born of beauty that creates a scene of sophistication that’s almost impossible to compete with, leather is a fabric long used by humans to fashion clothes and craft accessories and furniture. But the use of animal skin is an ethical dilemma that many people question.
Francois, is an exceptional employee of African Leather and Skins.
Loyal, Hardworker, Trustworthy
Always giving his best. Always on time at work
He is our store manager and he is the key between the customer and the factory. All the orders (incoming and outgoing) and telephone calls is his responsibility as well as the delegation of work/orders to the employees in the factory. He is also in charge of the logistics and for all “walk in” clients.
Passing our Centurion branch sometime? Look out for our new and improved signage.
Yes, we have upgraded our marketing material and we know we are a bit bias but come on? It is absolutely stunning! Fresh, clean and focused on what we love to do – provide our customers with the best product at the best prices in Africa.
CHANGING THE FATE OF THE LESS FORTUNATE ONE LEATHER BAG AT A TIME
Made By Mosaic is a job creation initiative for parents living within Mosaic's sustainable care communities for orphaned and vulnerable children in the townships of South Africa. Made By Mosaic has a leatherworks, bakeries and a screen print operation at various sites namely Potchefstroom, Port Elizabeth, Paarl Valley and Durbanville. They build homes, provide educational opportunities and develop life skills for the families they work with.
They say a picture speaks louder than a thousand words
This is irrevocably true as we feast our eyes on this eclectic styled shoot. What better way to show off our one of a kind cow skins, springbok skins and zebra skins? Giving this contemporary house that extra pop of uniqueness by adding our products as a focal point to a vary of areas.
Ek word wakker vanoggend met baie negatiwiteit wat heers in die nuus, radio, ens oor die huidige betogings wat plaasvind. Ons almal se besighede word negatief beinvloed hierdeur en asof die ekonomie nie reeds swaar genoeg trek nie. As ek dan verder dink oor al die positiewe dinge wat hier by African Leather en veral in die leerbedryf aan die gebeur is kry ek sommer nuwe krag vir die dag!