It’s no secret that Portland has a soft spot for quality leather goods, and after a lifetime in leather craft, heritage handbag brand Hobo Leather Goods is coming to Stumptown. Chances are that you’ve either owned a Hobo bag or have owned a piece inspired by their iconic styles. The first of these styles was a kiss-lock clutch wallet in 1991 named Lauren, which would become the heritage brand’s calling card. 28 years later, 1 million Lauren wallets and counting have been sold. Today, Hobo offers dozens of styles for men and women to love for years to come, including hands-free bags, backpacks, purses, and more. Their bags quickly become a staple in the closet of a rainbow of styles, from Pacific Northwest classics to the street-inspired athleisure lovers and tastemakers of town. Many of us associate our favorite textiles and accessories with the memories and adventures we bring them on. For founder Koren Ray, her first textile memories take her back to when she discovered her love for leather making with help from her mother. It started with Ray playing with scraps of leather under her mother’s craft bench in the iconic leather shop, Georgetown Leather. I...