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Founded by Ryo Kashiwazaki as a step away from generic fashion trends, experimental Japanese label Hender Scheme has made a name for itself with its pre-tanned leather shoes and accessories that are made by hand to make each piece unique. For 2017 spring/summer, the brand is branching out with a number of new products that expands its high-quality leather accessories range. Some of the standout pieces include the “Not Riders Jacket” — a take on a biker shape in nude tones — as well as a range of campus bags, backpacks and tulip hats that look certain to increase the brand’s already cultish fan base following its release from mid-December. For more information visit the Hender Scheme website here.