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Monika Sadryna

Monika Sadryna is a German-born/Vancouver based leather designer – leather working fashionista & tailor with her own unique techniques of craftsmanship.

“I started to hand stitch my first, little leather belts and bags when I was nine years old. The first time I was introduced to lea  was when my aunt in Edmonton had brought leather material from First Nation artisans and felt extremely curious. The smell and feel of the material always fascinated me. I always loved its texture, smoothness and strength.”

Previous to her trade, she had a career for 25 years as a classical ballet dancer, choreographer and model. After working with designer in Hamburg for 6 years, she picked up her passion and did her examination in front of the guild of leather workers. This allowed her to open her own business and continue working on her trade. Leather and her ideas bonded in order to make her own fashion style a dream come true.

In 2003, her family and the opportunity to open her studio on Granville Island, brought her to Vancouver along with her tools and heavy stitching machines. She happily pursues her fine trade with passion and assertiveness, creating good quality home and fashion accessories. Most of her products are bespoken in personal conversation with her customers.

It is in our best interest to design and create for our customers the highest quality of leather clothing and accessories. At Sadryna Design, we select high quality materials from worldly renowned countries where leather tanning goes through strict procedures offering quality and environmental sustainability. These are countries such as Italy, France, Germany, Australia, South Africa and the United States.

We are based in Vancouver, Canada where people take the environment and animal rights very seriously. Therefore, all of our products offer sustainability as well as the crafting aesthetics, practicality and durability combined in one. We also recycle vintage material that can be revived to make a new product.