San Francisco native Zara Dramov majored in industrial design, so it's natural that her inaugural designs for her bag line, the Common Knowledge, have a structured, architectural silhouette. But the California College of the Artsgraduate's inspirations for her Bone Bag also include both origami and the way bone interacts with skin (think elbows and cheekbones). She also had practicality in mind; the Italian leather bags - of which there are two sizes and four colors (plum, oxblood, olive bronze and black) - include a removable snap-in pouch.
Since launching this first design in January, Dramov plans to expand next spring with a drawstring bag, laser-cut tote and bucket bag, with new colors.
Can't wait? Look for an extra large Bone Bag this fall.
Bone Bag in oxblood (small, $480) and plum (large, $680), Rand + Statler (425 Hayes St, S.F., oxblood, olive bronze and black only), or www.thecommonknowledge.us.
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