From the July issue: Sweet Leather Goods brings homemade to high fashion
“So many kids don’t realize that art can be a career,” Danielle Kerr says. “I myself didn’t even realize I wanted to be an artist until I was a sophomore in college and switched majors from engineering to graphic design.” Kerr ultimately embarking on a path that would lead to launching Sweet Leather Goods, a shop run by Kerr and her mother Denise in their boutique behind Circa 1857. Designing handmade leather goods like crossbody bags and clutches, the duo works as a team to balance business chops with contemporary design sense, and are exited to share more of their work with the Baton Rouge community.
To learn more about Kerr and Sweet Leather Goods, check out our article in the July issue, available on newsstands now.