Canvas, continued

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by adakallgren on 27 May, 2015

Canvas is still having a moment and lately we have seen major luxury fashion houses reimagine the sustainably sound material in some lovely colourful pieces.

Canvas is still having a moment and lately we have seen major luxury fashion houses reimagine the sustainably sound material in some lovely colourful pieces. Two favourites are the waterproof beach bag from Hermès with the maison’s signature 60s animal print and the equally retro-nodding nautical logo espadrilles from Louis Vuitton. We love this luxurious embrace of the material and hope to see the trend translate into the collections of mid-range brands and retailers. More here and here


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