Bags

    • Naomi Rachèl Timan

      Something old becomes something new – Naomi Rachèl Timan recycles old leather and transforms it into fashionable bags and accessories!

    • M-24

      Trucks and sustainability don’t often go together, but at M24 they do! This UK based business makes awesome rucksacks, duffle bags and messenger bags out of unwanted truck tarpaulins sourced in the UK. These bags are durable, waterproof and each one is unique.

    • grünBAG

      Bags, backpacks, toiletry bags and pencil cases made out of old truck tarpaulins, industrial bags, lifesaving equipment, sails, tents, seat belts, commercial banners…anything that is durable, waterproof and considered to be waste!

    • Freitag

      The Freitag brothers have been making bags from salvaged truck tarpaulins, disused bicycle inner tubes and old seat belts for over 20 years. In their new clothing line they use a material made of hemp, flax and modal that is all grown within a 2500km radius of the factory.

    • Nisolo

      Amazingly beautiful vegetable tanned leather shoes, handcrafted jewellery and accessories, that actively make the world a better place. Here’s Nisolo!

    • Elvis & Kresse

      Elvis & Kresse rescue materials otherwise destined for landfill, handcraft them into timeless luxury bags & accessories, and donate 50% of profits to charity. To date they have saved over 200 tons of material from landfill.

    • Ahimsa Collective

      Bags and accessories for those that are trendy A.F but who also don’t want the world to blow up. Ahimsa Collective makes luxurious and sustainable products from waste materials.

    • Raven + Lily

      Fair trade and artisan made, Raven + Lily is a lifestyle brand with unique and stylish products. They strive to bring forward the best in trend pieces that empower the women that made them and the women that wear them.

    • Matt & Nat

      Looking for sophisticated yet simple and elegant bags and shoes whose production hasn’t harmed a single animal? You’ve come to the right place. Plus, all of their bags linings are made of 100% recycled plastic bottles (approx. 21 bottles are recycled per bag). Can this get any better?!

    • Little Boomerang

      Why throw away men’s shirts when they could be made into clothes for the kids?! This is the question Little Boomerang asks with their range of beautiful clothes and accessories upcycled from preloved shirts. They also use surplus material from Bugaboo to make long-lasting school backpacks and string bags. Check out their full story here!

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