It begins the journey to discovering a collaboration throughout Made in Italy where wine meets fashion. Between Florence and Chianti, the leather manufacture of a well-known brand luxury handbags is perfectly matched with the excellent oenological production. Two apparently distant worlds intersect and take their hands. Thus, a project with a traditional flavor is born that looks to the future. Features that make Sapaf Atelier 1954 unique and the Sant’Appiano Farm.
From leather to wine, an author packaging for a wine of excellence
Two family-run businesses for three generations. Two products symbol of Tuscany. Two ways of working based on respect for traditions while remaining in step with the times. From this comes a label and a precious leather bottle holder made by Sapaf Atelier for the prestigious Syrah wine of Sant’Appiano Farm. The liberty-style decor that we’ve seen sprout on their latest women’s handbag collections comes alive again by further enhancing the Made in Florence that we love so much. The intense red color with violet notes of Syrah turns into the bordeaux of leather embellished with gold decoration. A refined elegance for an author’s packaging.
Outfit: a casual chic enologist among the finest hides and the best Chianti wines
In my presentation, this new collaboration between skin and wine has dropped as an enologist. With a casual chic low cost outfit I tasted timeless elegance and different aromas in perfect harmony. The Sapaf Atelier bottle holder, which in all its appealing beauty, also becomes a practical shoulder bag that you can wear with ease and pride. And the red wine Toscana I.G.T. Syrah 100% of the Sant’Appiano Farm which inebriates with its scent of liquorice, tobacco and black pepper, then on the palate with chocolate notes and ripe fruit. Two Italian authorships that bring that unique touch to Tuscany all over the world.
For my low cost oenologist I wore a white shirt with volant and skinny high jeans H&M, Dolce & Gabbana goggles and Sophia Webster butterfly wings flat shoes.
But it does not end there… I’m waiting for you at the next appointment signed by Sapaf Atelier and Fattoria Sant’Appiano. Stay tuned! :*
Credits: Photos by Beatrice Botticelli and Leonardo Calistri.