So what's left after all the leather and such was sent packing? Plenty, says Seaman, a staunch vegetarian. (You can read her heartfelt mission statement on the store's newly revamped website.) In addition to commissioning custom bags from Santi and belts from Raina (above), Seaman's excited about new shoes from Cri de Couer for fall. "The problem with vegetarian stuff is that it can be a little dodgy, a little hemp-y, a little grain-y." she says. "But the Cri de Couer quality is really nice. It looks kind of real and they haven't sacrificed style." Also looking fine and animal-friendly: The Mercer hobo bags, available online in a rainbow of luxe colors.

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Previously on the blog: Trials of a fashion-loving vegan-in-training