Leather bag

Leather bags from Vienna

R. Horn's makes all sorts of bags and accessories in traditional Viennese craftsmanship: handbags, travel bags, document bags and briefcases, as well as iPhone pockets - all in a contemporary, modern style. Functionality and quality for a long life are of particular importance to company owner Robert Horn. www.rhorns.com

The name Scheer actually stands for the ultimate in shoemaking perfection. The former Imperial and Royal Court Shoe Maker has been crafting bespoke shoes by hand since 1816 and for seven generations. For a while now, Scheer has also been offering ladies handbags in timelessly classical elegance, as well as briefcases, backpacks, wallets and belts for men. www.scheer.at

Designer Susanne Kitz specializes in leather handbags with clear forms. Her collections are available in countless colors and styles. Women are certain to find the perfect addition to every outfit here. www.susannekitz.com

Somewhat simpler and avant-garde are the designs of Ina Kent. Her bags focus on functionality and understatement. The leather bags can be made larger or smaller depending on the occasion, while the straps can be interchanged and combined as the mood takes. www.inakent.com

Eva Blut combines leather with modern materials when creating her bags. This produces interesting visual contrasts. The simple, yet stylish, designs are based on geometric shapes - with attention to functionality: a handbag can be turned into a shopping bag in just a few moves. www.evablut.com

R. Horn’s Vienna

Bräunerstraße 7, 1010 Wien

R. Horn’s

Mahlerstraße 5, 1010 Wien

R. Horn’s

Stephansplatz 3, 1010 Wien


Bräunerstraße 4, 1010 Wien

Susanne Kitz

Weihburggasse 7 , 1010 Wien

Ina Kent

Siebensterngasse 50, 1070 Wien

Ina Kent

Neubaugasse 34, 1070 Wien

Eva Blut

Kühfußgasse 2, 1010 Wien
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