Durable Zero-Waste Bags Merge Functionality with Architectural Appeal (Photos)
From Mauro Bianucci, the same Argentinean architect that brought us recycled wool felt Carga bags back in 2006, comes a new line of zero-waste bags, built with a single piece of rubberized cordura and vegetable-tanned leather. The trio of bags are called "Zero-Wastage," and we read about them first on Kaight NYC's blog. More photos: Zero-waste fashion is the latest design innovation to makes waves in the green fashion industry (we just covered Parson's new zero-waste class here on Sunday). I'm happy to have another great designer to add to my list of designers to watch out for, which already includes Timo Rissanen, Mark Liu, Siddhartha Upadhyaya, and Julian Roberts.
Check out photos from Mauro Bianucci's "Zero-Wastage" collection, below.
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