"Inpired by everyday objects WORN proposes a radical vision of bags-containers called by designers - "bag-like" objects".
" WORN plays with basic forms and create wearable containers situated between art and design, highlighting the beauty of simplicity "
As its name implies, WORN considers that in fashion, the past accompanies us as much than the present. Designers don’t pretend to innovate but to reinterprate the ancestral leather craft techniques into contemporary details.
Philosophy of the brand combines careful manufacture, minimalist design and art direction which gives exceptional value to WORN accessories.
The brand has been launched in 2015 by design duo Magdalena Brozda and Pauline Famy who began their collaboration at HEAD – Geneva University of Art and Design. Magdalena has a fashion design background having worked with A.F. VANDEVORST and CHALAYAN. She was also finalist of the H&M DESIGN AWARD 2015 and winner of the PUBLIC PRIZE. Pauline specializes accessory design having worked with the handbag department at HERMĒS where she gained expertise in the handcraft processes of luxury leatherwork.
WORN has its headquarters and its creative workshop in Geneva, its collections are produced in Switzerland and in Poland.
Swiss definition of quality is a base of transparent production and traceability of each object.
WORN’s leather goods are made with highest quality italian leather.
Types of bags 
- antistatic bag, used for shipping electronic components
- bin bag, garbage bag, or trash bag
- body bag
- book bag
- Bulk bag, a name for a flexible intermediate bulk container
- burn bag
- diplomatic bag
- duffel bag
- flour sack
- gunny sack
- handbag, purse
- messenger bag
- money bag
- paper bag
- plastic bag
- paper sack – multi-wall paper bag
- popcorn bag
- satchel (bag)
- sling bag, worn over the shoulder
- shopping bag
- plastic shopping bag
- reusable shopping bag
- thermal bag
- tote bag
- travel bag or suitcase
- airbag, vehicle safety device
- punching bag, a piece of physical training equipment
- perhaps-bag or netted sack
- sleeping bag
- tea bag
- coin purse