Atelier de l’Armée and Facing West collaborate on three new bag styles made with Sashiko stitchings. Sashiko, Japanese for “little stabs,” is a form of stitching “traditionally used by farmers and fishermen to reinforce or repair points of wear” on their work garments. Now more used for decorative embroidery, Facing West took about nine hours per bag to complete each style, which may or may not justify their more-than-affordable price points for some (approximately $822 to $958). Shop them here.
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