A4 Notebook Style Black Leather Design Portfolio For Designer Ting Ting Yau

February 28, 2017

flip over portfolio book in black leather with embossed logo for fashion student

We are not to sure what the correct term is for a portfolio that opens from the bottom and then goes over the top. A Notepad style portfolio? Anyway another one was ordered recently by London fashion designer Ting Yau.

She choose our black coloured, veg tanned tumbled leather and then went with a nicely contrasting and vibrant Doon green inner cover with her logo blind debossed on the cover.

A4 Black Leather Flip Over Presentation Portfolio Binder

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