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Our Story

 

mywalit is the original multicolour leather goods brand. The unique combinations of colours and the finest leathers are, along with the striped elephant logo, what make mywalit products unmistakeable! This is our story.

2005: Chris Howell founds mywalit in Lucca, Tuscany with a line of charismatic wallets combining practical features with bright, unusual colours. He asks his friend and business partner in Thailand to produce them - and the elephant, a Thai national symbol, became Mywalit's logo as a tribute to the country and its craftspeople.

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2006: The first mywalit store opens in Piazza Anfiteatro in Lucca. Within six months mywalit is selling its creations to other retailers and the business is growing fast!

2008: The first mywalit handbag collection is launched: a range of fun yet practical Travel bags. It remains one of our most popular collections to date!

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2009: Offices in the USA are opened. Mywalit continues to expand across the world.

2009: Mywalit boutiques expand to include Pisa Airport and Via dell Condotta in Florence.

2009-2010: Mywalit’s colourful creations begin to be sold in major department stores and museums, such as Galeries Lafayette in France, MoMA in New York & the Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo.

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2010: A second mywalit store in Lucca opens on the main shopping street, Via Fillungo.

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2015: Mywalit celebrates its 10th anniversary in style.. and with lots of colour!

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2017: Mywalit collaborates with "Bambini delle Fate", a nonprofit organization who fund projects for children with autism and disabilities, through charities, institutions and hospital structures.

Mywalit is a truly international company. In the main office in Lucca, conversations are held in a mix of different languages. Mywalit people are from a variety of countries and backgrounds, bringing different skills, interests and experiences to enrich and colour the team!

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