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We create pieces with a variety of leathers and fabrics. Our designs are built to last and to help carry you through life. More than just a nice design, our models, whether the leather or fabric-based models, is designed with form and function in mind. In the execution of each Nuniz model, our craftsmen balance maximum durability with minimum weight by using innovative materials that withstand the test of time to carry light and carry constant. To create these high-quality companions, we use a variety of long-lasting quality leather, including full-grain leather, linen, canvas, and more.

Nuniz currently uses nine unique materials in creating the timeless bags and objets d’art you know and love. Each of our material options has its own character and adds to the unique design of each bag.


Leather products vary drastically based on different factors such as the breed of animal, where and how the animal was raised, what part of the skin and type of dyeing is used, and amount of craftsmanship involved. Leather has the versatility to be dyed to a range of colors and also be embossed and stamped with different textures, effects, and patterns.

Cowhide is the most common leather source and is easy to care for and durable. It can be stiff and rougher in texture than other leathers but breaks in easily.

Lambskin leather is very soft to the touch. They are comfortable, pliable and finely grained in texture. Lambskin is typically used for the interiors linings of the bags.

Goatskin is softer and tougher than cow leather and is an economical and durable leather. It is flexible, durable and lightweight. Goatskin is typically used for the interiors linings of the bags.


Embossed leather is leather that has been stamped using heat and high pressure to create a pattern or design in the hide. The spectrum of embossing in endless ranging from alligator, crocodile, ostrich, or everyday designs and patterns, to name just a few.


Snakeskin is an exotic leather. Similar to any other authentic reptile skin, it is made from tanning snake’s skin, which holds the original qualities such as the scale grains, gloss and sleek feel. As a natural characteristic, snakeskin has a quintessential shimmer and offer exceptionally beautiful morphs and well-structured grains that add to beauty of any bag.

Lizard skin is another type of exotic reptile leather that is extremely versatile and classified as high class leather. Lizard skin is appreciated for its silky feel and intricate miniature tiles.


Vegan leather is a cruelty-free leather alternative. Made with sustainable materials, this vegan-friendly leather is made to imitate leather. However, besides being animal friendly, the price point of vegan leather is also attractive. Lightweight and durable, this leather alternative is a beautiful option for leather luggage if you’re looking for an animal-friendly option.


Kilim is of Turkish origin from the area of Anatolia, known as one of the great crossroads between ancient civilizations. Kilim is a word used to describe a pileless textile produced by one of the several flat weaving techniques. This woven fabric is traditionally used for rugs or tapestries but is becoming more popular for unconventional uses in fashion. Commonly made with wool, kilim can sometimes be made with cotton or silk. Working Kilim into designs adds a certain raw and unfinished character that can only be attained with this type of fabric.

Canvas is a plain-woven fabric typically made out of cotton and, to a lesser extent, linen. Canvas is made by tightly weaving yarns together in a plain weave, which is a very basic textile weave. Canvas is known for being durable and heavy duty as the fibers used in canvas are thicker, which is what separates canvas from other cotton fabrics.


Sadaf is an Arabic word meaning Mother of Pearl. Mother of pearl is a smooth, iridescent substance forming the inner layer of the shell like oysters and abalones. We use Mother of Pearl Inlay as a signature in our designs to create ornamentation.The iridescence creates a striking contrast with the genuine leather used.

Embrioded Beadwork are hand-beaded by the women of Arish from North Sinai who have mastered the skill. We use beadwork to accentuate our designs. Each embroided design takes an average of two weeks to create and no two pieces are alike as the artisans have the freedom to craft their own unique designs.

Recycled Fabric Taking inspiration from Egyptian Bedouins, our recycled fabric is used to add character to the handles of some of our designs. The fabric is made from Old Bedouin Jalabiya. The embroidered detailing showcases the traditional nomadic patterns and designs that the Jalabiya’s traditionally hold.