Hotel bed linen recycled as trendy tote bags

Annie Churdar Contributor

By Annie Churdar in New Eco on Thursday 29 August 2013

Sleeping Bags is a project bent on breathing new life into retired hotel linens. Each tote features a cool print from an up-and-coming creative and boasts a sturdy, practical design. This company is all about keeping junk from ending up in a landfill somewhere. 

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Lively Up bags from House of Marley

Rebekah Rhoden Contributor

By Rebekah Rhoden in New Products on Thursday 23 August 2012

These functional military-inspired bags from House of Marley are great for carrying around your laptop, books, iPad, and more. They are earth-friendly, and made from exclusive high-quality REWIND fabric. Lively Up bags are available in a wide variety of styles and colors, and leather bags will be released later this year.

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Stylish camera bags by ONA

Kathalijne Van Zutphen Reader Find

By Kathalijne Van Zutphen in New Products on Tuesday 17 July 2012

These are the most gorgeous camera bags you will ever find. They are made out of leather or canvas and come with names like Camps Bay and Union Street Messenger. I have my eye set on the chestnut Brooklyn bag, which looks like a 1940’s schoolbag and has space for a camera and two or three lenses. Birthday, hurry up!

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The Money Bag

Alan Leong Reader Find

By Alan Leong in New Products on Wednesday 13 June 2012

At a first glace, this stacked money design looks very authentic. With this cool backpack, you will become a millionaire in seconds. Just a note, be careful: someone might try to rob you.

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Mace-like Areion bag by Tamzin Lillywhite

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Products on Monday 4 June 2012

What looks like a mace and can store your secret stash? Tamzin Lillywhite’s Areion bag, that’s what. It also looks like something you’d do well to have with you when you go medieval on someone.

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Vintage Squared tote by Urban Cricket

Alison Shepard Contributor

By Alison Shepard in New Products on Thursday 15 March 2012

It’s a Polaroid, of an even more vintage Polaroid. Capturing the essence of the antique renaissance, this Vintage Tote by Urban Cricket is perfect as a daily bag, but also big enough to carry your favorite LPS, a stack of wine, and even small animals. Yes, animals. Get yours now at the Lost At E […]

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Temple Bags

Tim Wilson from Ivan and Alyosha Reader Find

By Tim Wilson from Ivan and Alyosha in New Products on Thursday 2 June 2011

Canvas and leather — you just can’t get any classier than that. Well, perhaps you can, but it sure makes jansport and timbuk2 look like Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunne at a snowy owl preservation benefit. A friend of a friend of ours makes these beautifully crafted covers for whatever it is you might need […]

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Bag Icons by John Finbarr and Asdrubal Barreto

Flux Magazine Reader Find

By Flux Magazine in New Products on Thursday 21 April 2011

A new bag company is putting the hand-crafted back into hand-bag. John Finbarr and Asdrubal Barreto are two self-proclaimed ‘designer-makers’ whose unique bags are making the fashion industry personal again. Their limited-range of stylized bags for women and men can be made to order and the often hand-sewn designs means that each creation is unique.

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The Anti-Status Status Bag

Clare Hillier Reader Find

By Clare Hillier in New Eco on Friday 8 April 2011

Cop this! Thursday Friday are giving conspicuous consumption the bird with their Together Bag. Featuring the iconic Birkin bag, printed on the front, back, bottom and sides, this canvas tote creates a fabulous Trompe L’oeil from any angle.

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Bag of GOOD

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Products on Thursday 24 February 2011

We dig this 100 percent natural cotton, reusable shopping bag by New Zealand company GOOD. Perfect for lugging around lemons, bread, and bottles of strange liquid. [buy this bag now for US$9. Why? Why not. It rocks]

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George, Gina and Lucy’s Satchel Bags

Tim Neve Reader Find

By Tim Neve in New Fashion on Monday 17 May 2010

We love the satchel bags of German label George, Gina and Lucy spotted at Australian Fashion Week’s Emerge Showcase. Here, innovative use of wetsuit fabric (how very Aussie) contrasts wonderfully with what looks like an old-school private school tie used as piping. Hence it’s name: Sophomore Love. An unexpected mix, but we reckon expect to […]

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Leeuw & Vormgeving’s Folding Bag

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Products on Monday 12 April 2010

Made from lightweight aluminum polypropylene composite and based on the environmentally conscious Mother Nature deisgn of a wandering Armadillo, this ergonomic, strikingly original backback design is by the perennially adventurous design team of Leeuw & Vormgeving.

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After the Apple

This Island Life Contributor

By This Island Life in New Fashion on Tuesday 13 October 2009

Life is made up of a series of moments. Some of them you’ll blink and miss, but others can shake up your entire world and leave you questioning just about every baggage purchase you’ve ever made. Think we’re being dramatic? Take a look at ex-Mimco designer Rachelle Dendle’s label, After the Apple, because her first collection titled FINS is going to stop you in your tracks. Made up of twelve basic bag shapes that will be adapted to a new theme every season, each bag fits a particular person’s need. This season’s dozen takes inspiration from under the sea, giving us injections of tropical colour and flashes of marine form. So which bag will you be fishing for?

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Freitag bags

Hunter Peroff Reader Find

By Hunter Peroff in New Eco on Saturday 20 June 2009

It’s always nice when you find an eco-minded product that needs no explanation to get your approval. FREITAG bags are made from reused truck tarpaulin, but they look so good and work so well that you won’t even need to tell people you’re fighting the good fight.

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Hambags

Sonya Rosendorff Reader Find

By Sonya Rosendorff in New Fashion on Wednesday 17 June 2009

Since coming back home to London from a short sojourn in New York, I’m getting serious hot dog withdrawals. But now I have the answer. Look, it’s a hot dog, no, it’s a bag, wow, it’s both. Designed by Hannah Havana of Garudio Studiage, these fun Hambags won’t kill my hunger, but at least it […]

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