MILAN — Breil Milano is venturing into new territories with the launch of its first handbags.
"We want to do it our own way, in line with our history, without trying to be too fashion, but taking a significant step in the world of leather goods," said Marcello Binda, chief executive officer of Binda Group and style director of Breil Milano. "We hope to bring a touch of innovation in a mature and saturated market," said Binda, revealing that a number of distributors were skeptical about yet another non-handbag company putting out its own design. "But I have to say the response has been very good and very encouraging so far."
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