FARM TO SHELF: The nose-to-tail food movement has entered the fashion retailing sphere.
Restaurateur Andrew Tarlow, of Brooklyn mainstays including Marlow & Sons and Reynard, has teamed with wife Kate Huling to open Marlow Goods — the first official home for Huling’s accessories line of the same name.
Huling’s accessories, house goods and limited clothing assortment furthers Tarlow’s nose-to-tail ethos by designing with the leather and wool of the livestock served in his eateries. Huling first founded her brand in 2008.
Located at 60 East Fourth Street, the store measures a quaint 250 square feet. It’s stocked with backpacks, handbags, wallets, key fobs, leather pillows, floor cushions and more. An alpaca collection made of wool sourced in Peru is also on offer.