The Balvenie (case study).
The Balvenie (case study).
The Balvenie (case study).
The Balvenie (case study).
The Balvenie (case study).
The Balvenie (case study).
The Balvenie (case study).
The Balvenie (case study).
The Balvenie (case study).
The Balvenie (case study).

The Balvenie (case study).

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The aprons of the Balvenie to be worn at whiskey events.
All inspired by the "warp and weft" that creates a Scottish diamond.

With the laser cutter cutouts have been made.
And with leftovers from a bag production a weave is visible of all facets of the whiskey palette, from ruby red to apricot orange.

And the dark wood hints at the Scottish Highlands of yet another leftover from the Edinburgh kiltmaker.
The recycled leather on the bags refers to the reuse of the sherry casks in which the whiskey can mature for a long time.
Sturdy nails are hammered in by hand for a long and durable use.

The handy closure makes it possible that this apron can be worn by young and old, big and small or thick and thin.
It is important that the apron rests on the hips for ergonomics during work.
An apron should never hang from a neck.
Wear it on the hips and even after a long day on a trading floor one can still be sparkling.

The difference between bespoke and tailormade :
On Saville Road a tailor gets to know his customer. Who is he? What is he expecting from his suit? What are his sizes?
Thanks to color, design and cut posture options can be changed.
The colors support the appearance, the material determines the season or the work and the status.
And the details make it personal.

So that's why no bespoke suit is the same, while a tailormade suit is mainly just tailormade.

Material: 100 percent cowhide leather. 

Handpicked environmentally friendly tanned pigmented leather, durable, easy to care.

Length : 85 cm

Width: 45 cm

Weight: 575 grams

Closure : made of 100 percent cowhide and can be removed for washing.  This garantees practical use and tough looks in one.


The leather apron is treated with a water repellent layer.
Stains can easily be removed with a soft damp (water only) cloth.
In case of persistent stains use saddle soap.
For after care you may use special leather balm.
Once a year the apron can be soaked for two hours in Biotex and rinse well afterwards.
Dry in open air and use the leather balm again for after care.

Name or logo on your apron is possible.


The price is just an indication. It depends on the amount / quantity and the prices of the materials.