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Item of the Day: Buxton

In Item of the Day, What's New by Lauren Parker

What says springtime more than gingham? This sweet, graphic two-tone print—always paired with white—evokes picnics in the park and leisurely warm-weather outings. Buxton takes this spirit to heart with its Check It Out Collection, featuring this versatile mini crossbody item. The springtime gingham pattern gives the new mini crossbody extra …

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A to Z: Buxton

In What's New, Industry News by Accessories Staff

Buxton was founded in 1898 and soon became a highly respected leather goods manufacturer recognized for its quality leather goods.  Top-rated leathers and skilled craftsmanship were synonymous early on with the Buxton name. The company has always been quick to respond to the needs of the consumer.  When the dollar bill …

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Heritage Section

In What's New, Features by Lauren Parker, Accessories Magazine

In today’s “here today, gone tomorrow” age, consumers are welcoming brands with longstanding heritages more than ever before. Why? Because they trust them. Heritage brands speak of history, character and status. It shows that they have stood the test of time, yet still stayed relevant with an ever-changing consumer. This …

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Buxton Now Gets Comfortable in Slippers

In What's New, Industry News by Jeff Prine

Lanoka Harbor, NJ–It may be one of the oldest names in the small leathergoods business, but Buxton isn’t a brand to rest on its laurels. The Chicopee, Massachusetts-based company recently expanded into handbags with its B-Collective line. Now the American leathergoods company has partnered with Solely Ours Inc., a leading …

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How I Did It! Buxton

In What's New, Features by Lauren Parker, Accessories Magazine

With a century of innovations to its name, Buxton continues to accessorize women’s ever-changing roles. When you think about it, Buxton® has been right in step with the feminist movement. Founded in 1898, the leathergoods company initially targeted men, but over the decades Buxton starting paying attention to what women—especially …