Santoni

Santoni’s ThePluto bag is the brand’s latest modern offering

The House of Santoni has introduced ‘ThePluto’ – an iconic new bag that is both streamlined and modern. It is a distinguished addition to the Italian brand’s expanding women’s leather goods collection, and one that represents the pinnacle of discreet luxury.

ThePluto is a study in understated elegance. Designed with a clean-lined flap that recalls Santoni’s signature double buckle iconography, it features an adjustable single shoulder strap and exquisite hand-cut calfskin that epitomizes the seamless blend of form and function that has defined their illustrious legacy since 1975.

“ThePluto is more than a bag — it’s an embodiment of effortless sophistication and adaptability. With its exceptional craftsmanship and modern design, it truly complements any occasion.”

– Giuseppe Santoni, chairman and executive president

Each bag — moulded entirely by hand over a wood frame — is available in a palette of refined tones. From Midnight and Cherry to Aqua, Amber, and Candy, ThePluto presents itself as a timeless yet of-the-moment wardrobe essential for the discerning woman. Channelling the company’s heritage, its unique flap design is inspired by the House’s iconic double buckle profile, which is then edged in gold for an understated yet eye-catching detail.

Source: Santoni

In fact, every element of ThePluto is curated with the utmost care. From its golden hot-stamped logo to its hand pick-stitching and hand-painted borders, each attribute is the epitome of Santoni artistry and craft. Making its debut during Milan Fashion Week, the bag is exclusively available at the brand’s Milan flagships on via Montenapoleone, 6, and in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. It is also available worldwide on santonishoes.com.

Pranav is a writer and editor who always strives to weave stories and narratives with his words. He has written for multiple publications across a wide variety of beats. A keen opinion enthusiast, Pranav pursues the art of writing balanced pieces that explore every available POV before making his conclusion. In his free time, Pranav rages at his favourite sports teams and practices impressions.
Close

Language