Escama Pulltab Bags
by Carol T Chung
Escama (Portuguese for fish scales) take pride in creating handmade bags in Brasília, Brazil from recylced materials. They are partnered with two women's coopertives in Brazil (Cia do Lacre and 100 Dimensão) that take care of all aspects...
No. 6 x Baggu Giveaway
Bag a Baggu with a fashionable No. 6 print in this sustainably-minded givewaway
by Margaret Kaminski
Already known for their line of fashionable reusable bags, Baggu has teamed up with NYC's favorite downtown vintage and indie designer shop No. 6 for a stylish collection of animal and constellation print totes that speak to both label's interest...
by Carol T Chung
Ecoist bags. Inspired by her journeys in Mexico and concern for the environment, Ecoist uses candy wrappers, food packages, and soft drink labels that have been discarded by manufacturers. They create a variety of bags that are simultaneously eye...
by Ami Kealoha
by Damien Brachet Sleevebags, shoulderpacks, gloveboxes—for those swell gals with deep pockets, Hoiming takes Russian cab driver jackets and hand beats them to the softest pulp, repurposing them as handbags.
by Evan Orensten
We spied one of these great totes a friend was carrying and he introduced us to Sea Bags, a small company in Maine that recycles sails and makes bags from them. The one-of-a-kind bags come in three sizes and are made by hand in the Portland, ME shop...
Flip & Tumble Bags
by Mike Giles
Combining a colorful palette with smart design, Hetal Jariwala and Eva Bauer at Flip & Tumble are doing their part to solve the problem of what to do with bulky canvas totes by introducing a ripstop nylon shopper, similar to our beloved Baggu...
Freitag Star Tek
by Carol T Chung
Star Tek laptop sleeves. which are specifically designed for the Powerbook and iBook. They come in either fume stained white or yellow. As if having a Mac didn't push you into the 2% realm of the elite, this laptop sleeve will surely secure your...
Generic Man Fall 08
by Tim Yu
Here's a little peek of what's to come from The Generic Man this fall courtesy of Arktip. The upcoming line looks as if it's made from recycled clothing—most likely Boy Scout or military clothing. There's not much information...
by Max Gold
Using recycled silver and 25 karat gold, Vera Balyura's fanciful rings, earrings and necklaces bring out the child within. Vera's story starts with her own childhood in the Ukraine, where she worked as an apprentice to her grandfather, a...
by Fiona Killackey
Poking fun at the ribs of size zero celebs, Brit/Oz fashion label, Antipodium launched their size 0 "Size Matters" skippy tote during the recent London Fashion Week. Maybe it's the drought plaguing Australia or just an eagerness to follow...
Moop Handmade Bags
by Doug Black
Some things are always in style and a simple, high-quality bag makes that list. Moop is just this kind of sturdy bag, without any ostentatious designs or branding. The small company is the brainchild of Wendy Downs, who makes the line of original...
Avant-pop Bag Ladies
by Damien Brachet
A militant vegan bag lady, Holly Suan mixes bold, aunties' fabrics from Hong Kong, China and Korea, with modern confusion and performance art. Using strictly vegetal leather, the British-Malaysian designer from London works out of Hong Kong, selling...