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Pop-Up Shop in Williamsburg Hotel to Sell Farm-to-Table Handbags

Label Marlow Goods launches a stand-alone store inside the Wythe Hotel, selling bags made from the hides of the animals served at the restaurant

By Daniela Walker - Source:
Courtesy of  Marlow Goods // Wythe Hotel Vogue

Courtesy of Marlow Goods // Wythe Hotel

Husband and wife team Andrew Tarlow and Kate Huling are a force to be reckoned with. Tarlow is a restauranteur with an impressive list of establishments (Marlow & Sons, Diner, Roman’s, Achilles Heel, and Reynard) and Huling, is the brain behind Marlow Goods, the leather goods brand that sells bags made from the hides of animals served in Tarlow’s restaurants. Now, Marlow Goods is popping up at the Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg, where diners at Reynard can enjoy their steak and then take home a leather bag, possibly made from the same cow.

Back in 2008, when it launched, Marlow Goods was known as Breton. But last year, the company opened a up a small retail space for the brand above restaurant Marlow & Sons, and the boutique was known as Marlow Goods. Discussing the birth of the brand with, Huling says:

When we thought of it, I don’t think we saw anyone else who was connecting restaurants and grass-fed meat and fashion. That was kind of a eureka moment.

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