Fashion girls love discovering cool on-the-rise accessory brands, and they have a proven track record of embracing new and indie brands before they've hit the main stream. After all, the eternally sought-after Mansur Gavriel was once an indie accessory brand. There's a certain satisfaction in carrying a unique handbag or pair of shades that prompt your friends to ask where you got that amazing [insert accessory here]. To see the indie accessory brands that fashion girls love (us included) and shop our current favorites from each line, keep scrolling!
A favorite of our editorial director, Kat Collings, Hunting Season is a line of gorgeous handbags made of exotic skins and devoid of hardware, founded by a former Valentino accessories executive.
Martiniano's Italian leather-made shoes are inspired by dance and designed to form to the foot. All handmade in Buenos Aries, they're our current go-to source for cool glove shoes.
Quarry Jewelry, carried by some of our favorite e-tailers, features modern, sculptural designs at wallet-friendly price points.
We're always on the hunt for stylish hats, and Clyde fits the bill. The handmade, timeless toppers are made of soft angora felt.
Designed by a friend of Kate Moss, Rockins silk scarves make us feel like a cool '70s rock chick.
Newly launched company Modern Weaving features leather handbags and jewelry inspired by the techniques of craft-masters around the world. Each piece resembles a work of art.
While not an accessory brand per se, Mercantile Vintage is the go-to vintage earring source for fashion girls, including our style director, Nicole Kliest.
Portland-based leather goods purveyor Sara Barner is where your search for the perfect minimalist handbag ends.
New York– and New Orleans–based Open House Jewelry features hand-carved pieces that look like antique heirlooms with a modern twist.
What's your favorite indie accessory brand? Tell us in the comments below!
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