Introducing the Seven Hills Collection
The story begins in Lynchburg, Virginia, known as the City of Seven Hills.
Local. Sustainable.
Exceptional.
Every hide in this collection was sourced from small farms that, like Moore & Giles, have called Virginia home for decades. The quality and allure of the collection is matched by the sustainability and singularity of this locally sourced leather.
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Erin Shop Tote
Available in 3 Colors
$470
Welden Tote
Available in 2 Colors
$495
Donald Wash Kit
Available in 3 Colors
$225
Haythe Commuter
Available in 2 Colors
$925
Quinn Commuter Backpack
Available in 2 Colors
$795
Booker Cabin Duffel
Available in 3 Colors
$895
 
Detail Oriented.
Detail Oriented.
Domestically-produced vegetable tanned leather
Solid brass hardware, including exclusive seven hills zipper pulls
Designed for timeless style and hand-sewn for durability
Discover the Seven Hills Story
SEVEN HILLS FOOD CO.

Local Problems Require Local Solutions

Moore & Giles partnered with Seven Hills Abattoir, a local processor who provides premium beef to restaurants throughout Virginia, to reimagine their byproduct as an unrealized asset and divert it from our local landfill.
HERMANN OAK

Collaborating with a Pioneering Tannery

The hides were instead transported to St. Louis, where they were transformed into leather by Hermann Oak Leather in the same vats and vegetable tannage used to tan the harnesses supplied to westward-moving wagon trains starting in 1881.
Moore & Giles

Crafting Sustainable Luxury

For the inaugural Seven Hills collection we chose a few of our best-sellers: five designs that are timeless, showcase this ambitiously-crafted leather and, like all of our pieces, are impeccably made. This collection underscores the vital environmental role leather tanning plays and is a reminder that sustainability, while not always convenient, is worth the effort you put in.
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SEVEN HILLS FOOD CO.

Local Problems Require Local Solutions

Moore & Giles partnered with Seven Hills Abattoir, a local processor who provides premium beef to restaurants throughout Virginia, to reimagine their byproduct as an unrealized asset and divert it from our local landfill.
HERMANN OAK

Collaborating with a Pioneering Tannery

The hides were instead transported to St. Louis, where they were transformed into leather by Hermann Oak Leather in the same vats and vegetable tannage used to tan the harnesses supplied to westward-moving wagon trains starting in 1881.
Moore & Giles

Crafting Sustainable Luxury

For the inaugural Seven Hills collection we chose a few of our best-sellers: five designs that are timeless, showcase this ambitiously-crafted leather and, like all of our pieces, are impeccably made. This collection underscores the vital environmental role leather tanning plays and is a reminder that sustainability, while not always convenient, is worth the effort you put in.
The hide starts off as a waste material—a by-product of the meat industry. The fact that we can divert it from landfills and turn it into something beautiful and long-lasting is an important story to tell. I’ve been in this business 30 years and this project stands out as one of the proudest moments in my career
— Sackett Wood, President, Moore & Giles
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