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December 01, 2010 14:23 ET

Stuart Weitzman Produces Exclusive Handbags From nanai Salmon Leather

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - December 1, 2010) - The Stuart Weitzman label, known worldwide for its breathtaking stiletto designs but recently also for its high quality handbags, utilizes the unique salmon skin leather from nanai. This has resulted in a dazzling group of four handbag models for the 2011 spring/summer collection.

The Stuart Weitzman Handbag Collection for the coming summer is elegant with a casual sophistication. The exotic allure of nanai leather sets an impressive tone in Weitzman's "Jade" line, ranging from shoulder bags and mini bags to totes and clutches. By utilizing printed leather mixed with luxurious accents of nanai salmon skin leather, the handbags make an important statement about how mixed source materials can provide luxury and style, while also maintaining a balance with nature's own beauty and durability. The handbags are available in different colours and captivate through their unique design and interplay of high quality materials. Everyday practical elegance paired with casual glamour, nanai integrates with the inspiration for this collection: the energy of fashion created in metropolises like New York.

The nanai leather handbags of the Stuart Weitzman Handbag Collection will be available next spring in select Stuart Weitzman or other retail stores in the United States and select foreign markets as well as online. For further information about the Stuart Weitzman collection, please visit

About nanai:
Manufactured by Germany-based Salmo Leather GmbH, nanai is the elegant, eco and animal friendly choice. With a luxurious appearance quite similar to snakeskin, nanai is made from the skin of organically raised salmon. Instead of using harmful chemicals in the tanning process, Salmo Leather uses a biodegradable substitute so there is no chrome and no heavy metals. In fact, the company is the only producer of nanai leather worldwide utilizing a 100% chrome-free tanning process. This process ensures that the natural structure of the salmon skin is preserved. In contrast to leather made from endangered species, you can use it and enjoy it with a clear conscience.

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