Meet the first - and only - stitched silicone accessory line.


This hot new line of eco-friendly, luxurious, stitched-silicone bags and accessories has quickly become popular in European and Australian markets – and is poised to take North America by storm with its Spring 2014 launch. Hollywood has already begun its love affair with PISIDIA.

Now it’s your turn.

Our Company

LogoPISIDIA believes in business with a purpose. We believe in supporting causes that help better the world.

The top of our logo symbolizes a support ribbon. The middle represents strength. It holds up the support and forms a solid foundation. The bottom symbolizes perseverance in two ways: First, if you look at it from the right side, it forms the letter P. Secondly, it is an open track heading off into the future. This symbolizes the human spirit’s ability to persevere, even through difficult times. Thirdly, we can change things for the better. These three components combine to inspire a better future through a better business purpose.

Our Bags

BagsPISIDIA bags are colorful. Luxe. Bold. Soft. Durable. Modern. Water resistant. And just plain gorgeous.

The eco-friendly patented stitched silicone designs are complimented by chic metal accents, and some styles feature genuine leather details. They come in an array of sizes and colors – the possibilities are endless.

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Our Causes

CausePISIDIA USA proudly supports The Sugar Ray Leonard Foundation

The Sugar Ray Leonard Foundation is committed to raising funds for research and awareness towards a cure for Juvenile Diabetes. Leonard draws from his personal experience and boxing career to provide inspiration for funding research to combat the disease.  This is one fight, together, we will win.
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CausePISIDIA USA takes pride in giving back. A portion of the proceeds from each handbag sold is donated to cancer research.

Scores of Hollywood stars and professional athletes signed a PISIDIA tablet bag on Oscar weekend. Will Ferrell later auctioned it off to benefit Cancer for College.