In maintaining the condition of your leather, avoid contact with alcohol (such as perfume, solvents, oil or make-up) as well as rough or abrasive materials.

To clean your leather, wipe with a clean, non-abrasive, soft, dry cloth. In case of contact with water, do not rub the leather; use a clean, dry cloth and apply a gentle tapping motion to absorb the liquid. If stains occur, dab the area with a damp, soft cloth and allow to air-dry. Seek professional cleaning if necessary.

To remove light scratches, apply a small amount of clean oil, vaseline, or lotion on a clean, soft cloth or paper towel and rub on the affected area. Do not use oil on suede and nubuck leathers. 

Applying leather conditioner with a soft, clean cloth regularly helps moisturize the leather and keep it in great condition. Do not use leather conditioner on suede and nubuck leathers.

For suede and nubuck leathers, applying water/stain protective spray before use is recommended. Make sure to spot test in an area that is not so visible (e.g., inside or bottom of the bag) and check to ensure there is no discoloration. For light stains and dirt, clean with a clean suede brush by vigorously rubbing on the surface. Suede erasers work great on tougher stains that a brush cannot take care of. Do not use water to clean suede and nubuck. Seek professional cleaning if necessary.