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Spring Lamb: Easter and Jacket Liners

Spring Lamb: Easter and Jacket Liners

Easter is a time for feasts and celebrating the new season.  Its also a time when lambs are brought to market.  Part of the natural process of leather making is purchasing the hides of animals seasonally based on when they are brought to market.  There is a long standing tradition in North America both for […]

Where Did I Come From: Designing Herons

Where Did I Come From: Designing Herons

I sometimes loath to write blogs.  I feel tired, run down, exhausted and weird about sharing.  I am trying to win people over, get fans, find followers and mostly explain the things I think about all day long.  Sometimes I just don’t feel like sharing.  Today is the opposite.  I was photographing jackets that I […]

Score Sportswear and The Tapper: Developing New Models

Score Sportswear and The Tapper: Developing New Models

Part of the fun of starting this “heritage” project is developing new ideas for leather jackets.  I am very committed to having a solid concept behind every single design that I do.  A huge part of that philosophy is applying the knowledge and history that I have accumulated into the creation of a jacket.  Each […]

Himel Brothers Vintage Leather