Who are We?
In 2016, Baroque – a leather crafting boutique – re-launched its brand with one simple goal: to fill a glaring gap in the market – quality leather products for individual tastes!
While we see everyone around us following the herd, we also notice and want to serve those, who want to stand apart and assert their individual personality in everyday living.
While fashion enslaves you, true style sets you free – Baroque aims to partner with our clients on their journey of self-expression and creativity/ to work with you closely to manifest your idea into beautiful, custom-made creations that you can trot out for years to come. And if you’re not sure about your personal style or the specifics of what you need – we at Baroque roll out new design collections every season – that mix elegant modernism with playful practicality. We can tailor our designs to fit any size, color or material requirements. Please visit our Bespoke process page, to go through the easy steps that take you from an idea to your final product.
All our lines are specially crafted by artisans, who have spent a lifetime perfecting their skill. Our craftsmen are trained to pay attention to every tuck, zip and pocket detail – we sweat the small stuff! All our products have a few things in common: effortless appeal, a focus on functional style and are built to last.
Our core belief:
Style is personal and an extension of who you are- it’s how you pull off, what others never thought possible. We simply want to fill this gap and bring this philosophy to life in an accessible, everyday way while we celebrate you, your passions, and your adventures.
After completing her bachelor’s in mass communication, and masters in luxury brand management, Sumalini dabbled in a few things before she found her passion for all things leather. Free of conventional ideas of fashion and not being a fan of the mass produced trends, She recognized that there was a need in the market for affordable leather products. “Everything was either too aspirational or not at all.”
She wanted her clients to have a relationship with their products- and being the closet romantic she is– the story behind it was very important to her. The style one chooses, the shades one finds themselves drawn to, small details like matching thread or contrasting threads are details that matter and are a way for one to bring a bit of themselves to the products they carry or use in their homes.- and that’s how baroque was conceived!