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Hand-loomed in south Mexico, this homey accent ($170) is what Pinterest dreams are made of.
Easily the best thing Will Leather Goods does is repurpose found textiles--like taking 75-year-old rugs from New Mexico and turing them into chic one-of-a-kind bags ($625).
Different fabric, same concept of recycling. Meet your everyday carryall ($265).
For all you yogis, this mat carrier ($295) is made of Indian quilts (raw silk that was first recycled from saris).
We’d be remiss if we didn’t highlight at least one full-leather item. This classic traveler will cost you a pretty penny ($895), but since everything at Will Leather Goods comes with a lifetime guarantee, it’s definitely worth the consideration.
Try as you might to train him otherwise, Fido pulls. Upgrade to natural materials ($60) and save your hands from nylon burn.
Using timber from the Pacific Northwest, these little pieces are pretty enough to double as cheese boards ($124).
We can?t stop thinking about that first rug--especially since the textile also comes as a crazy-awesome laptop sleeve ($123).
We love New York City for so many reasons. Its paltry selection of rustic accessories is not one of them.
That’s why we were so delighted to stumble upon Will Leather Goods, a recent addition to Nolita.
A massive log cabin on Prince Street, it’s filled with the kind of goodies you’d normally buy in, say, Jackson Hole. Here are some of the pieces we’re eyeing.
Will Leather Goods, 29 Prince St. (at Mott St.); 212-925-2824 or willleathergoods.com
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