Walnut Brown Ecailles Canvas / Beige Leather
Stow your superpowers in your bandolier. Wear it with style, even in the heat of action.
The catridge holder
Formerly used to keep ammunition within arm’s reach, the bandolier now symbolizes skill in amorous combat. What type of ammunition will you be pinning to your bag? Humor or reserve, vivacity or demureness, diplomacy or impetuosity, candor or mystery?
The house palette features a selection of shades referencing our vibrant history.
From very beginning, the brand has used the Ecailles scale motif as the house signature. This motif – at once armor and ornament, evoking dragons and mermaids – confers power and allure to its wearers.
Lyon frame printing
The artisan screen-prints the Ecailles scale pattern onto the weave of the canvas in steps, using different stencils. This demanding technique is intricate and requires the hand of a virtuoso. This method enables Fauré Le Page to pair superlatively strong canvas with the embellishment reserved for the finest of fabrics.
In the center of the coat of arms, the royal fleur de lys celebrates the ingenuity of a dynasty of artisans that won over European elite. According to this emblem, "Nothing is impossible for the brave of heart".
Since 1717, the number 7 has figured prominently in Fauré Le Page's flamboyant history. The house’s creations are secretly imbued with this number. Here's a clue: 7 scales appear in each signature on the house canvas. Can you find all 7 good-luck charms concealed throughout our collections?
The Ecailles canvas glows with a brilliant yellow, Ocre de Mars, a tribute to the god of war.