Ken Diamond Holiday 2012 at Still Life For Him

For Him: Ken Diamond Holiday 2012

A big holiday delivery from our friend Ken Diamond with a selection of brand new quality leather designs, handmade by Ken in his Vancouver studio. As the awareness and appreciation surrounding Ken Diamond‘s very special, meticulously crafted leather goods grows so does our variety of stock. This holiday drop brings some items into the shop that heretofore were only available for friends, family & crew members – made available to select stockists due to demand just in time to wrap up and place under the Christmas tree.

Available immediately and pictured below, Ken Diamond Skull Crew stamped accessories are one of his most coveted varieties. Matt & Jordan both proudly carry their Skull Crew Wallets every day, and this holiday we’re stocking a very limited amount of Skull Crew Card Wallets that are all ready being snapped up by our Ken Diamond superfans. New designs from the Ken Diamond studio include simple little leather cuffs, finished with diamond stamps and a variety of stamped key chains (anchor, diamond & skull stamp). As always, Ken Diamond leather belts, wallets, key fobs & moccasins are also available at both Still Life For Him & For Her and ready to gift to you & yours this season. As the demand for Ken’s handcrafted leather goods continues to rise, we’re happily fielding special orders for moccasin styles that we may not currently have in stock, but can bring in from Vancouver in time for the holidays.

Ken Diamond began to work with leather in the late 90′s and established Ken Diamond in 2003. The philosophy behind the works of Ken Diamond are simple-high quality leather goods with classic designs, entirely hand made in his Vancouver studio. As leather work is a dying art, he works at keeping the traditions alive while using modern techniques to keep the work simple and minimal. Ken Diamond was featured recently in Oops! Japanese Magazine on the cover and in a piece in their Artist Talk Features called, “Crafted To Last”. Follow this link and flip the pages to read more on Ken Diamond and his commitment to quality leather production.

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