Boarini Milanesi has crafted the world’s most expensive handbag worth $7M

Celebrating Italian elegance, exceptional craftsmanship and the diversity of each client, Boarini Milanesi emphasizes the creation of refined, pure lines, and unique, precious hues in all of its products. Specialising in feminine and bespoke accessories, Boarini Milanesi upholds an inherent dedication to sustainability and commitment to achieving absolute excellence.

Through producing impeccable handbags of much higher quality, in significantly lower quantities, Boarini Milanesi promotes conscious consumerism in an effort to reduce waste and protect our planet. Made exclusively for each client, Boarini Milanesi only purchases materials in the exact quantity needed for every order, ensuring to eliminate any unsold items that need to be destroyed. Scrupulously choosing the very best hides and exotic leathers from certified farms, Boarini Milanesi handbags are “timeless” rather than “fashionable”.

Incorporating a strong inner membrane made of the best quality hide from Tuscany, each bag is responsibly vegetable-tanned and highly durable – allowing the brand to limit their use of petroleum-based products. By utilizing natural materials such as, wool and cashmere, instead of acrylics and plastic, the brand avoids contributing to the 8 million tons of waste which pollute our oceans today.

In an effort to combat the effects of global warming, climate change, and pollution, Boarini Milanesi has crafted the world’s most expensive handbag worth $7M. Crafted for the sole purpose of raising awareness on the need to protect our seas, the brand has pledged to dedicate a total of 800,000 Euros from the sale of each bag to institutions dedicated to ridding the sea of plastics. Showcasing elements of alligator skin, alongside 10 white gold butterflies studded with sapphires, diamonds and Paraiba tourmalines, which total more than 130 carats, this opulent $7M Boarini Milanesi handbag, which celebrates the brand’s love for the sea, will require at least 1,000 hours of tireless labour and will be limited to a mere three examples.