We know we have to stop eating meat and dairy for the sake of the environment, and this includes buying new leather products too. Wanting to show that stylish handbags come in many other materials, here’s a selection that trumps all animal hides. Yes?

Above: Natalia Bag, wood and cotton, Paloma Wool/Mr. Larkin. Large Gingham Grocery Tote, Trademark/Mr. Larkin.


Shop the Bags

1. Cosimo Top Handle, Catzorange. 2. Lila Cupis Bag, Mozh Mozh. 3. Paper Grid Bag, Lauren Manoogian.

4. Sun Purse, Maryam Nassir Zadeh. 5. Cosimo Top Handle Bag, Catzorange. 6. Amaya Beaded and Wicker Bag, Ulla Johnson/Net a Porter.

7. Belle Bag, Stylein. 8. Luce Bag, Lofti/Lisa Says Gah. 9. Praia Bag, Rachel Comey.

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