New / Now: Leather

Jodi Finer

25 March 2021
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Sneak a peek at our collections, collaborations and textile debuts

S. Harris is beyond excited to introduce a wide range of leather upholstery to our textile repertoire. When crafting this collection, it was important for our brand to offer the age-old material in high-fashion and cutting edge finishes in a range of sophisticated colorways. 

Featuring everything from lizard motifs to ostrich and bark façades, these top-grade hides are produced in South America and later embossed and completed in the US. Don’t worry about unwanted wear and tear, each exquisite leather is finished with a protective top coat to help seal the material and protect against color transfer or cracking. However, part of the beauty of inviting this natural textile into your home is its distinct texture and ability to finely patina over time. Design Note: Keep in mind that all natural products come with a slight range of variances in both texture and color.

Browse through the collection here and start dreaming up fresh ways to use these timeless beauties.

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Jodi Finer

As the Chief Brand Officer of Fabricut’s boutique textile brand S. Harris, Jodi Finer approaches her creative position with a deep connection to her grandfather’s legacy, her relationship with her father, who has always been her north star, and a level of mindfulness to thoughtful living. Jodi and her team have turned S. Harris into a socially conscious brand, working with several nonprofit partners locally and globally to not only reshape the conversation around how design impacts wellbeing but also to create design accessibility. S. Harris provides her the opportunity to reinvent community, build a fresh creative culture and create meaning for the storied fabric house.

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