AN EXCEPTIONAL KNOW-HOW
Philippe acquired his know-how in the best French leather goods companies in Paris.
HERMÈS, the Maison HELLER a subcontractor for MORABITO, the custom designs division for Louis VUITTON, with Serge AMORUSO and Guy CHANEL.
His experience and professionalism have made him an exceptional artisan but he loves nothing more than applying traditional techniques to contemporary designs and working on more audacious projects involving leather.
Discover the timeless beauty of luxury leather goods models from the LE NOËN workshop.
This technique takes years of practice to achieve perfect seams.
One stitching clam, a snap tool, a linen thread and two needles are necessary for the execution of this know-how.
Each creation requires patience, dexterity and meticulousness.
The craftsman makes each creation entirely,
in the fine tradition of saddler leatherwork.
A STORY OF PASSION
Philippe grew up surrounded by sewing machines and fabrics in a family of craftspeople. After studying in fine wood working, he decided to learn saddlery.
A “Compagnon du devoir” Robert PUJADES, a saddler taught him the basics of saddlery and influenced his decision to pursue that career.
Subsequently, he went on to study at the BOUDARD School, in art saddlery and leather goods.
Graduating first in his class, he was immediately recruited to work at HERMÈS.
To broaden his experience, he went on to work at the Maison HELLER a subcontractor for MORABITO where he mastered working with precious leathers entirely sewn by hand.
In order to satisfy relentless passion for leather working techniques, Philippe joined the special orders workshop at Louis VUITTON, where he designed and created one-of-a-kind objects.
After a few years working for these world class leather houses, he will meet Guy CHANEL, a former saddler at HERMÈS, who will teach him how to make a custom-made English saddles.
The richness of Philippe experiences, makes LE NOËN one of the place for luxury leather goods.
Their irrepressible creating is also interdisciplinary and being inspired by their passions for motorcycles, horse riding, vintage cars, and of course fashion.