KOBJA - Histoire et ethique - KOBJA
KOBJA est une collection unique d'accessoires de mode pour homme et pour femme, créée et développée par Monika Jarosz. Les histoires de contes de fées que lui raconte sa grand-mère depuis sa plus tendre enfance font grandir de jour en jour sa fascination pour les animaux et les insectes… A 18 ans elle quitte la ...
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KOBJA is a unique collection of fashion accessories for men and women, created and developed by Monika Jarosz. As a small child, her grandmother told her fairytales, which increased her fascination with animals and insects day by day… Her subsequent experience in fashion modelling would help her to open her eyes to design, with its lines, volumes and materials… She very quickly understood that it was possible to work with the products of nature, the trigger which led her to develop her first leather accessory: a purse made from frog skin, available in several models and sizes.

It took many months of research, fine-tuning and testing to “give birth” to her first collection of KOBJA accessories. Monika only works with complete frog skins*, which, once recovered, are tanned and transformed by taxidermists, using a unique, detailed process. It takes more than 14 stages to obtain a high quality leather! The colours of the leather are produced at the tawery in Millau, while the assembly and fine stitching work are done at KOBJA’s Parisian workshop, a process which makes each piece totally unique.

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* Non-protected species, which was introduced into Oceania from South America.
This highly poisonous frog is in the process of destroying several local species, and since these problems began to occur, animal defence associations have recommended
its selective elimination. In this way, each toad skin is recycled, not destroyed.