Hazel & Hunter

Spacey patterns in a Montréal-based designer's hand dyed textiles

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Working from her small studio in Montreal, Julie Deault hand crafts each Hazel & Hunter piece using locally sourced fabrics consisting of only the highest quality natural and organic fibers.

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With simple and classic shapes, Hazel & Hunter‘s totes and clutches stand out for their fabrics. No bag is alike as the hand-dyed process produces a unique finish each time for a bag that is one-of-a-kind. This passion for textile design is translated to furniture as well, with bold throw pillows that spice up any space with a psychedelic pop of color.

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While the material is organic, the fun accessories are sturdy enough to hold all your essentials. If you are in the market for a more summery, bohemian piece check out the new collection, “Les Nomades.” Otherwise, Hazel & Hunter‘s previous collections feature geometric patterns that evoke both the patterning of a handmade quilt and the graphics of cubist and futurist art. For your sustainable bag, visit Hazel & Hunter‘s online store or Etsy shop, where prices typically span $30-70. But if you can hold out, Hazel & Hunter will soon be available at Urban Outfitter’s Space 15 Twenty
in L.A for purchase in person.