On Our Minds: The Hope Charity Bag

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by adakallgren on 6 September, 2016

Leather-free bag maker Matt&Nat presents a new edition of their continued charity bag Hope.

On our minds is leather-free bag maker extraordinaire Matt&Nat and the new edition of their continued charity bag Hope, a black circle-shaped number raising money for organisations which the Canadian-based brand think will make a difference. Designed exclusively for their new campaign, the bag (cashing in over $65,000 to charity last time round) gives consumers the opportunity to support a cause of their choice, selected from seven hand-picked charities sporting positive change in different ways. More importantly, the bag is made of the same eco-friendly materials as their other ranges, challenging the cheap-looking, toxic perception of ‘pleather’ bags. Find it here.

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