Medea reinvents leather classics with Peter Do.
On the one hand, striking structures and almost architectural work, on the other, daring colors and pop culture. When these two extremes meet, something unforgettable happens, as it did in the collab between Peter Do and Medea.
The New York brand dedicated to creating new paths of style has joined the Italian glamor of sisters Camilla and Giulia Venturini for a collection of handbags for SS'21. The formats are very Peter Do, while the colored leathers and mix of textures are unquestionably Medea. Mini is one of the highlights of the collab, made with Italian leather and details in steel, in colors or completely black, the choice depends on how daring you're feeling.
There are also Baguette, betting on the return of this icon, and the really oversized Laundry and Everyday Tote. It's impossible to go unnoticed. 🧨
And speaking of prominence, Medea recently launched its 100% metal-free leather collab bags with artist Chloé Maratta. This Bag Breaks Down In Dirt is presented with a punk, rebellious, creative, and eccentric narrative to support an object that they really believe in.
"If you want something to become iconic, you can’t really keep changing it," sustainable materials and not listen to passenger consumption.
If you're lucky, you can get your Mini or other designs from the collection with Peter Do on the Medea website.
You can refresh your memory of the Peter Do concept here.