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Working Out New Designs: Sweat and Oilskin

Working Out New Designs: Sweat and Oilskin

Part of the fun of working out my leather jacket brand is designing new things.  Picking from the pantheon of historic jackets and altering, tailoring and updating the design, patterns and materials is a costly and time consuming process.  Frankly, it is one of the few things that I enjoy.  This summer I have worked […]

The Black Keys: Customer Profiles

The Black Keys: Customer Profiles

COPYRIGHT Brian Patterson One of the bonus of what I do is that the people really really into good jackets, vintage jackets seek me out through the web.  Until the availability of free blogging I was basically hidden away here in Toronto.  With the advent of the blogger platform I have been able to reach […]

New Projects New Leather: Pop!!!

New Projects New Leather: Pop!!!

It is always hard to explain to people what I do over here in my little tiny company.  I often get emails from people wondering why my jackets and other items are so expensive or why it takes so long to make a single jacket.  I guess part of my job is trying to de-mystify […]

Himel Brothers Vintage Leather