French luxury brand Longchamp was founded in Paris in 1948. The founder is Jean Cassegrain. Longchamp is still owned and operated by the Cassegrain family. Longchamp handbags, bags and accessories are well-known worldwide for their craftsmanship and quality. Now its product line has expanded to footwear and ready-to-wear series. For decades, the international brand Longchamp has maintained momentum and vitality. It symbolizes French style, freshness and inspirational creativity. And share their active life with people in the world who like to feel luxury every day. Fresh commercials and commendable collaborations with artists reinforce the model of Longchamp’s Parisian style. Longchamp has opened more than 300 franchise boutiques around the world.
Where is the Longchamp come from
Longchamp is a French brand. In 1948, the Longchamp brand was created in Paris by founder Jean Cassegrain.
The products of the Longchamp outlet include leather handbags, bags, shoes, travel goods, fashion accessories and women’s ready-to-wear collections. The breakthrough development of this brand bag is the reference to nylon material in leather design. In the 1970s, Longchamp produced the first leather and nylon stitched suitcase.
How to maintain Longchamp bags
1. The leather material of the Longchamp bag has strong absorbency, so you should pay attention to anti-fouling in daily use.
2. Avoid directly applying the maintenance oil on the leather to avoid damage to the leather.
3. If there are stains on the leather of the Longchamp bag, clean wet sponge should be used. Or a soft damp cotton cloth, soak in a mild detergent to wipe. Then place in a cool place to air dry.
4. If the bag is stained with grease, use a soft cotton cloth to wipe off most of the grease. The remaining part can be dissipated naturally, or use a soft cotton cloth dipped in a small amount of detergent to clean it, not scrubbing with water.
5. The hardware maintenance on the cheap Longchamp bags should be wiped with a clean soft cotton cloth. If the hardware is oxidized, use toothpaste to gently wipe it clean.
6. The natural oils of the leather itself will gradually decrease over time or use too many times, so leather goods need regular maintenance.