Donald J Pliner Peta Satchel | Classic Nubuck Leather Peace Button Satchel

Posted on: Nov 5

Donald J Pliner Peta SatchelIt might be a bit misleading to call a bag made from nubuck leather a Peta. I'm sure the folks at the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals wouldn't approve. But if you're not banging the cruelty-free gong, you could easily warm to this Donald J Pliner satchel.

The first drawcard is that nubuck leather, a prized skin that few designers work with. Donald J Pliner is one of its biggest advocates, and you probably will be too when you see it in action. It has that plush feel and look of suede, but doesn't suffer those telltale signs of wear. It will attract stains, particularly in this pale mustard shade, but so long as you keep it away from red wine and dirty floors it should look good for years to come.

The Peta seems to have a fairly staid, classic appearance. That traditional shape and buckled details are tried and true. But the peace button clasp makes things a little bit groovy.

You could probably sling those handles over your shoulder, but if you're on the go I suggest adding the much longer strap. It'll take the Peta from shoulder bag to cross-body in an instant.

It might not turn too many heads, but there's a real charm about the Peta satchel. If it were made from eco-friendly materials I'd baulk at the $365 price tag, but for luxury leather it's a steal.

More Features of This Donald J Pliner Nubuck Leather Satchel

  • Zip top closure
  • Gold-toned hardware
  • Fully lined interior
  • A zippered pocket on the back
  • Four raised studs on the base
  • Dual rolled handles with an 8 inch drop
  • A detachable strap with a 20 inch drop
  • Measures 14 x 10 x 8 inches
  • Also available in denim blue and saddle

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