Food & Culture
9 Leather Accessories for Spring in Seattle
These locally designed artisan leather accoutrements will put a spring in your step this season
By Andrew Hoge March 18, 2019
This article appears in print in the March 2019 issue. Click here to subscribe.
Black and light brindle shoulder bag made with premium cowhide ($350) by Ballard-based House of Wolves, available online and at MadeHere Sea. Pioneer Square, 115 S Jackson St.; 206.623.0694
No. 3 “Double-Take” round crossbody bag in gray Italian nappa calf leather ($495) by Seattle-based Feral.
Seattle designer Kacy Yom’s “Bo-Ah” tote made of Italian leather in marigold ($1,100), at the spa at the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle. Downtown, 99 Union St.; 206.749.7077
Medium clutch in pink cowhide ($40) by Gig Harbor–based Vicki Jean.
Made-to-order cap in silver ($275) by Ozen Company. By appointment only. Capitol Hill, 1415 10th Ave., Studio 3
Python iPhone case with Japanese suede and microfiber interior ($65) by Green Lake–based G Coulee.
Passport case in tan made with Wickett & Craig English bridle leather ($60) by Delridge-based Botton.
“Mohawk” 4.5-inch cowhide earrings in silver or gold ($32) by Greenwood-based JK Designs Studio, available online and at Le Merde. Ballard, 2607 NW Market St.; 206.817.5328
Black belt bag made with Wickett & Craig English bridle leather ($110) by Botton.
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