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.
When Mat was 24 (…M…24!) he became frustrated that his bags broke so quickly. Experimenting with a piece of tarpaulin from the family farm he soon realised that this material could be the answer, and M24 was born. Are you curious about how they make their bags? We were too. Have a look here!
M24 has a store in Brighton and regular UK pop-ups.
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!
Designed to travel – whether it be a small adventure or a journey around the world through all environments and all cultures: minimalism and practicality are proudly hand-made to order into each garment, without compromising on a refined style for the wearer and the wanderer. Slow-fashion, authentic clothing to inspire slow, authentic travel – with purpose.