Fluffy White Luxury Vegan Handbag
Mashu Brand luxury vegan handbag
A luxury vegan handbag with wooden handle is small but unique and fits more than meets the eye. Perfectly sized for your cell, wallet and beauty make up essentials.
Transforming the way we think about the fashion with ethical handbags that are good for all of us. This is our mission in the coming time. The vegan luxury bags are not only functional, but very gorgeous.
Size: 19cm (H) x 17 cm (W) x 10 cm (D)
Nickel and Lead Free chain: Length 106 cm
Handcrafted in Athens Greece, Designed in London
Exterior: 100% Cotton and Vegan leather (Water Based PU)
Interior: Vegan Suede made from Recycled polyester
Re-purposed wooden handle – Walnut Wood
- Eco-Friendly Home And Garden (29)
- Eco-friendly Houseware (36)
- Natural Personal Care (26)
- Solar Power Product (18)
- Sustainable Fashion (53)
- Sustainable Fashion Accessories (68)
This luxury vegan handbag is suitable for Vegans
Buy this luxury vegan handbag you will save:
- Save 26.5 km of driving emissions
- Save 456.0 gram of waste from landfill
Mashu brand with luxury vegan handbag
Mashu is committed to drive change through best practice, ensuring our environmental impact is as small as possible through our production, materials and entire supply chain. We believe a good product is judged not only by its looks but equally through the way it was created.
Mashu uses materials based on conservation of raw materials, toxic-free solutions, and with minimal dependency on natural resources. For example we are using materials from recycled polyester and plastic. That means reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions into the atmosphere by 80% compared to the traditional petrol-based polyester production process. We also use natural fibers such as Pinatex a leather alternative made from cellulose fibers extracted from pineapple leaves. We plan to implement more natural fibres in our next seasons such as Hemp, Jute, and more. All of our materials are recyclable at the end of its useful life. Our handles are all made from wooden off cuts from a furniture company in Greece that would otherwise be thrown or burned creating a circular economy and cradle design system.