Jamin Puech is a history of creation between Paris and the world. Since the very beginning the designers relentlessly travelled the globe in search of new shapes, crafts and materials.
Every piece is handmade like a work of art and adorned with elements collected along this treasure hunt: sequins, exotic wood, Asian pearls, gem stones, horn, fur or cowrie shells from Tahiti.
Over time Jamin Puech has established a network of trusted artisans around the world, each with a specific craft from leather suppliers of Italy, master embroiderers in India or raffia crocheters in Madagascar. Each of them has become part of the Jamin Puech family and every one of our models pass through their expert hands.
Our embroidered bags are renowned for their remarkable details and the precision of the work, with models requiring countless hours of meticulous hand-beading, thousands of beads, sequins and colored threads. The shape of a bag is influenced by the association of materials and techniques used; numerous trials are needed to get it perfect. While the patchwork design and hand-crocheted technique have become iconic to Jamin Puech, the range covers a wide variety of shapes, techniques, exotic skins and brilliant colours. These elements are expertly mixed into uniquely original creations each season.
Since our beginnings, we have been working with the same artisans in India and contributing to preserve their traditional local craft passed from generation to generation.
Our leather range is entirely handmade using traditional sewing methods. While the patchwork design and hand-crocheted technique have become iconic to Jamin Puech, the range covers a large variety of shapes from soft to rigid structure.
The raffia palm or raphia is a plant native to tropical Africa and especially to the island of Madagascar where our partner atelier is located. The raffia fibre is then extracted and dried to become a robust element to be dyed and shaped using a variety of techniques such as weaving or crocheting. Every season, Jamin Puech designers play with this material and continue to find new ways to create unique shapes and volumes for inimitable models.