Leather apparel designer

   This type of designer specializes in leather apparel or accessories design. Knowledge of the various types of animal skins and the tanning process and technical expertise in fashioning leather clothing and/or accessories is necessary. Designers must be able to source tanneries for specific kinds of skins.

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