Farm to table fashion brand Marlow Goods, currently a pop-up shop in Williamsburg's Wythe Hotel, is selling handbags made out of the skin of the animals served at the hotel's restaurant.
Established in 2008, the leather goods label originally known as Breton is composed of husband and wife Andrew Tarlow and Kate Huling. When the team opened a new store above Marlow & Sons restaurant, they rebranded. Tarlow is a restauranteur and owner of Marlow & Sons, giving the couple a unique opportunity to collaborate and produce farm to table fashion.
All the hides used in their handbags are sourced from within three hours of New York City. Slaughterhouses store the skins and Marlow Goods picks them up and arranges the dying and salting processes.
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