The Ethical Edit: Leather Accessories


To many around the world, leather is a way of life — inextricably tied to local economies and employment. In recognition of this, our goal is to offer better leather goods. We insist on leather that is carefully hand-crafted from sustainably sourced and responsibly treated materials, to minimize environmental impact, and often partner with vendors who upcycle byproducts from local ranching and agricultural operations, giving a second life to what would otherwise be needlessly wasted. Durably constructed from high quality leather, these defining accessories are built to be loved for years to come.

Leather Accessories

1. Abera Crossbody Tote, $178
A classic style to be your go-to daily companion, worn over the shoulder or as a crossbody, handcrafted in ETHIOPIA

2. Yami Navy Leather Backpack, $168
The perfect, versatile travel pack. This backpack is made from locally-sourced leather, crafted in partnership with a newly formed business focused on employing women in ETHIOPIA

3. V-10 Rouille Pierre Suede Sneaker, $150
Handcrafted in the Porto Alegre region of BRAZIL using ecological and sustainable materials like organic cotton and wild Amazonian rubber

4. Benito Lace Up Huarache, $119
Handcrafted by artisans in MEXICO from vegetable-tanned leather with a rubber sole

5. Simone Crossbody Shopper, $158
Handmade in an ethical factory in León, MEXICO of natural vachetta leather with removable crossbody strap

6. Cannage Myra Basket Tote, $278
Handmade using traditional weaving techniques taking over 10 hours of craftsmanship by artisan in INDIA

7. Hagen Black & White Fanny Pack, $275
Handcrafted for designer Rachel Comey in PERU, two-color crochet knit, leather back and waist strap with zipper closure

8. Ecuador Burnt Sienna Huarache, $118
A staple to any traveler's wardrobe, handmade at a certified mission-driven factory in PERU

9. Trestle Mini Tote, $350
Mini tote in painted, punched leather. Designed by Rachel Comey, handcrafted in partnership with artisanal communities in PERU



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