Q2 and Q2 Monochrom Protector
The ultimate way to carry and protect a Leica Q2. Like all the other objects in the Leica | Zegna Collection, the protector was developed by Zegna Art Director, Alessandro Sartori, and underlines the iconic design of the Leica Q2. The photographer is able to wear the Q2 with elegance and distinction, without ever appearing overdressed; it is always on hand and ready to use. Manufactured in the most refined veal leather using the PelleTessuta™ technique, the protector is characterised by a unique and luxurious aesthetic. It is available in two colour variations: Nero and Vicuna. Manufactured by Zegna in Italy.
Product dimension: 45x140x85mm
Leica and Zegna share the same ideals: respect for quality, extremely sophisticated research, and a very unique approach to innovation – these are the common values that inspired the two traditional family-owned businesses to collaborate in 2020. The outcome is a collection of high-end camera accessories in soft veal leather for Leica lovers, developed by Zegna Art Director and Leica enthusiast, Alessandro Sartori.
It was the 110-year jubilee marking the establishment of the Italian luxury and lifestyle company, that led to the collaboration between Leica Camera and Ermenegildo Zegna. Now in its third generation, the family business applied their specially developed PelleTessuta™ weaving technique to the Leica | Zegna Collection. It combines the soft feel of cloth with the elegant character of veal leather. The accessories were developed by Zegna Art Director, Alessandro Sartori, himself a passionate Leica photographer.
“We have created products whose purpose is not just to protect and transport your Leica camera, but also to facilitate a connection. Especially our cross-body bags, are designed to make you feel at one with your equipment. These bags are exactly in line with my idea of modern photography. It’s not about storing your camera, but about having a relationship with it, keeping it on you and having instant access whenever you need it.” (Alessandro Sartori)