Houstonian Kate de Para named her line of clothing and accessories Evens as a nod to her belief in weighing the pros and cons of production methods in order to reduce the negative environmental impact of commercial manufacturing. The result is a range of textiles created locally using a variety of techniques, from digital printing to hand-dyeing. This tote, for example, is available in a bold graphic print, a subtle gray tie dye, and a dalmatian splatter, all of which (in combination with the leather straps) provide a stylish way to lug around the infinite number of things you may need throughout the day. Shop the collection online or buy locally at Myth & Symbol.
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