YEE SI|CUBE CLASSIC

To celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the School of Bauhaus, YEE SI introduced its first Cube collection, the first foldable cube-shaped purses. The Cube collection consists of two products, Cube Classic and Cube Mini.

Form Follows Function

Bauhaus emphasizes the importance of using lines and abstract shapes to create simplistic forms; the key value of Bauhaus is form follows function. Cube Classic continues to have a massive interior space like the previous YEE SI purses, with a slightly different appearance.

Color Theory

Although Bauhaus gives people the impression of plain industrial colors, colors used in Bauhaus designs have a higher purpose, elevating the design itself. Cube Classic comes in four varied colors, red, blue, caramel and grey; you can find your perfect match.

Less is More

There is hardly any hardware or decorative details in the Cube Classic. All that remains is a simplistic purse in a geometric form. The classic design is elevated by the color and selection of top quality leather. It comes with a long strap that can be attached to the handle, offeringa top handle or a crossbody bag.

A suede pull-open pocket inside can be taken out and used separately to prevent things from getting lost. The metal handle is also a rectangle to match the frame of the purse and takes up less space when folded. When the Cube is flattened out, it will only take up a corner in your suitcase; the pull-open pocket can be used to carry small things such as cosmetics to make traveling more organized.

The quality of leather used on Cube Classic is the same as the Facet and Loop collection. YEE SI avoids heavy use of leather processing to keep the leather as natural as possible. As a result, all YEE SI purses have a unique leather texture, soft tactile and great folding resilience of the leather itself.

Cube utilizes equipment with high precision from Italy to achieve excellent craftsmanship. Apart from the other purses, Cube is entirely heat bonded so it can fold naturally and maintain the structured frame of the cube. The topstitching is a decorative method to enhance the design. Each Cube purse consists of eleven geometric pieces; each edge needs to be painted over five times; one purse undergoes more than twenty procedures in production, making the length of the production of Cube over five times longer than regular purses.

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