Jamin Puech presents its new collaboration "Vide Ton Sac" with Sandra Chérès.

Sandra Chérès is a visual artist who lives and works in Paris and the Haute-Savoie. Her art is based on recycled materials: newspapers, fabrics, posters, plexiglass, and wire… A mix of collage and graphic statements are the main expression method, gives a second life to words, images, objects, and memories.

“Vide Ton sac” is a French expression meaning literally to "empty your bag", a metaphor for meaning to get something off your chest. In a bag, you can find everything, the essential as well as the trivial, but in all cases, it is often the intimate portrait of its owner. A message that is addressed to those who carry it as well as to those who look at it. With humour, Sandra Chérès twists the expression by creating this bag.

Available in limited edition, each bag is numbered and comes with a stamped certificate of authenticity.


  • Adjustable leather handles attached with wooden rings
  • Wooden toggle closure 
  • Inside pocket with wooden button

Weight: 820 g

Dimensions: 29 x 36 x 13 cm

Composition: 80% cotton; 10% cowhide; 10% horn

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Every Jamin Puech piece is designed in Paris and is all handmade like a work of art by master artisans from around the world. Over the years, Jamin Puech has established relationships with local artisans and suppliers, to showcase their century-old skills to the world and to support their families. Each of them has become a part of the Jamin Puech family.


Country of manufacturing of bags: Madagascar
Country of manufacturing of leather accessories and linings: Vietnam
Origin of raw materials (raffia, cotton, wooden and horn pieces): Madagascar
Origin of leather: Italy
Origin of metallic pieces: Vietnam and China


Country of manufacturing of bags: Vietnam
Origin of leather: Italy
Origin of cotton linings - Vietnam
Origin of metallic pieces: Vietnam and China


Country of manufacturing of bags: India
Origin of raw materials (fabrics, beads, stones, leather): India
Origin of metallic pieces: China

Take care of your Jamin Puech bags by showing them your love.  We recommend that you always store your bags in their pouch.  To keep their original shape, remember to fill them.


Raffia and cotton are natural fibers, with time and repeated exposure to the sun, the bright colors can fade but remain beautiful. To clean your raffia or cotton bag, call a professional.


To nourish the leather of your bags, use a microfiber cloth and a natural essential cream. It is imperative not to leave your bag near a source of heat and to avoid wearing your leather bags with lighter-colored leather clothes.


Embroidered bags require dry cleaning only. You will find a repair kit inside each bag


We offer a free repair service for one year after the purchase of your bag. After this period, we remain at your disposal.