By  on December 10, 2015

When Lucy Wallace Eustice and Monica Zwirner launched their nylon MZ Wallace bag collection in 2000, the nylon bag movement started primarily by Prada and Kate Spade was still going strong. The company’s artisanal approach struck a note with its Jane bag, which remains a core product. And the designers had a unique approach to nylon, mixing it with Italian leather to project the high-low concept on which the brand is based. Through the countless market fluctuations that have taken place since, MZ Wallace has always remained known for two things: Nylon and the Jane bag.

Now after producing some of its other classic styles in leather in the past, the brand is launching its first-ever leather collection. “The moment felt right. We have dabbled in a leather style here and there, and our customers have always responded well,” Zwirner said.

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