In an era of disruption and rapidly changing trends, Omar Sabré and his brother set out to make their mark on the luxury market, with the creation of Maison De Sabré. The brother-duo bootstrapped the business five years ago with $40,000 in savings and the ambition to create timeless leather accessories that would last for years.
Since then, Maison De Sabré has grown from a single phone case to a full range of travel, tech, lifestyle and fashion accessories, all crafted from the highest quality, sustainable European leather. Their success has been rapid, with first-year revenue hitting $2 million, and by year two, they had reached $10 million. The brand was included in the Forbes 30 Under 30 list of entrepreneurs to watch, and in the past 12 months, they have sold over 1 million units of product across the globe.
The latest addition to the Maison De Sabré range is The Mini Hobo, which recently debuted at New York Fashion Week. This sleek, minimalistic design features high-shine gold buckles designed by master jeweller Antoine Sandoz, and it is crafted from the world’s most sustainable, premium, full-grain European leather. Its crescent-shaped body contours to your own, and it is beautifully handcrafted with only one set of artisan hands involved in each process.
Because luxury consumers are getting younger and younger, competition for their attention is higher than ever before. This is why Maison De Sabré is focusing on personalisation and social currency, as well as their timeless designs. Not only is The Mini Hobo chic, simple and handcrafted, but it is also highly accessible, with a price tag of just $309.
Maison De Sabré aims to put Australia on the world stage and inspire consumers to invest their purchasing power in brands that resonate with them. With the launch of The Mini Hobo, Omar Sabré and his team are showing that disruption can be luxurious, and that quality doesn’t have to come with a hefty price tag.