He developed this passion at a young age and traveled all over Europe in pursuit of creating classic, sophisticated leather goods. After WWII, Alfred moved to the United States in search of better opportunities.
Thanks to the extraordinary quality and durability of his designs, this visionary man quickly became valued. Most of his leathers goods were made from Calfskin because of their soft and supple characteristics. Not to mention, it’s vegetable tanned with luxurious finishes. The buckles were solid brass with luxurious finishes brought from Europe.
Today, B.ALFRED’s innovation in every collection continues to be carried forward as Alfred’s legacy thanks to the hard work of his son, Beno Freudman.