Here at SF Indie Fashion, we are always thrilled when we can find locally-designed items of the sort we ordinarily have to grudgingly hunt for at major retailers. Things like lingerie, shoes and luggage fall into this category. As most fans of independent fashion and design can attest, locally-made jewelry and t-shirts abound. But try to find an indie garment bag, and you’re likely to come up S.O.L.
That’s where Jendarling Bags come in. Fresh from designer Jennifer Bennett, the Jendarling Limited Edition Vagabond Collection for spring features eco-friendly cotton twill and duck canvas garment bags, shoe bags, totes and cosmetic pouches with vegetable leather and vintage-inspired prints. We seriously dig the spatter-paint look of the Pacific Garment Bag ($134) shown above.
Feeling down with JDB? Then you’re in luck. Through noon tomorrow, save 20 percent on orders placed through the site with the coupon code WEEKEND. For every bag you buy, the company will donate $10 to a tree-planting project in Haiti through Global Giving.
Want to see them with your own eyes? Head to Eco Citizen, where the new Vagabond collection just landed – and keep your peepers peeled for Jendarling on the upcoming second season of The Rachel Zoe Project (it’s okay, you can admit you’ve seen it. We die!).