Shaping small and large fashion icons from the multiform universe of luxury cars and boats.
Divine made in Italy.“Divine” bags from ancient handmade tradition, unique thanks to the clean and sophisticated aesthetic. This is NUME a brand of authentic Italian excellence that comes to life from the know-how of Trinchero - a leading company in the automotive and nautical sector - creating bags with timeless elegance.
Elegant soul and a beating Made in Italy heart.
Born through a new poetics of craftsmanship applied to fashion, which has its roots in the heritage of a Turin company that has been working with leather and fabrics for luxury automotive and yachting since 1957.
From the know-how of two Turin entrepreneurs, NUME was born, the leather goods brand whose name has very ancient origins. Inspired by the Latin "numen" - which can be translated as divine power -, it brings back a powerful imagination, which comes out in the brand's bags a new, modern way of understanding the cult accessory; clean lines and a deep soul, for bags strictly handmade in Italy.
Debuting during fashion week, a collection that speaks to a woman of androgynous beauty, the embodiment of those codes of discreet and conscious refinement typical of the brand's DNA. A whispered and never loud femininity, for those who do not need logos that certify their innate elegance, made of refined details and perfect finishes synonymous with exquisite craftsmanship. The NUME woman is cultured and careful to the smallest detail, sophisticated and charismatic, able to regain possession of her belonging cultural values. A universe of pure femininity, translated into simple shapes and minimal lines created with the skill of those who have handed down a precious legacy for generations.
For S/S 2021 the inspiration could not ignore the universe of automotive and nautical, which involves the use of luxurious materials and translates into textures that recall the world of vintage cars and boating; an example? The embossed stripes that refer to the teak surfaces of motorboats. And then the women, legendary pioneers who painted the four-wheeler world pink in the 20s, 30s and 40s; like Odette Siko, the charming Frenchwoman who first made the 24 Hours of Le Mans, or Violette Cordery who broke all records at the National Autodrome of Monza in 1926. They took some of the icons of motorsport as models for magnificent advertising posters and paintings of author, like Tamara de Lempicka's self-portrait, Greta Garbo in l'Art Déco, driving her flaming Bugatti. Muses with refined femininity and a bold and unconventional personality, defining themselves the codes of an aesthetic that goes beyond the stereotypes of their era. Rebellious girls, with a daring spirit, determined and reckless behind the wheel as well as in revealing their determined femininity.