Posts in Accessories
La Filippine

La Filippine, designed by Julia Barba Baudlot, is inspired by a totemic fondness for sleek objects, combining Filipino craftsmanship and French sensibility. Julia’s line reflects her background and aesthetic, inspired by a desire to create delicate and graceful products out of indigenous Filipino materials; effortless, cool, and restrained French style; and an affinity for geometric and clean shapes.

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Hilo Sagrado

Hilo Sagrado uses design and technology to support artisans for greater social impact. This season, the rich cultural heritage of the Wayuu people (bordering Colombia and Venezuela) is carefully woven into each mochila. Wayuu Mochila bags are crocheted using a traditional technique passed through generations.

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Marie Turnor

Marie Turnor is designed by Beth Goodman who studied art in London before attending FIT in New York. Beth is inspired by unexpected yet everyday objects. Her iconic clutch was conceived when Beth spotted a woman in Paris walking down the street with a paper bag in her hand.

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IMAGO-A

IMAGO-A was launched by South-Korean born, Brooklyn designer Yegang Yoo. Having worked for Rachel Comey and Hussein Chalayan, Yoo branched out on her own to create an accessories line built on sculptural shapes inspired by modern art and architecture.

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Alice Noon

Alice Noon accessories are handmade in Seattle by self-taught designer Tiffany Eley, who named the line after her fearless, intelligent, and self-made great grandmother. Her bags are constructed from oil-tanned and Cheyenne pebbled leather, commonly used for motorcycle chaps, and suede.

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Von Drenik

Von Drenik embodies free-spirited creativity and modern functionality. After years in the Corporate world, designer Sorenne opted for a life of wanderlust. Her collection is inspired by travel, made in NYC, and finished by hand in a Portland, Oregon. Textiles are ethically sourced and made by artisans in India.

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